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   eaglewing has kibitzed 286 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-30-19 Harry Bogdanor vs B Goulding Brown, 1914
eaglewing: That does not check my idea, the answer is hidden in the variants of Stockfish and it is a remis, so "Thanks!" anyway.
   Nov-02-19 J Ferreira vs M Bosiocic, 2017
eaglewing: Thanks Breunor! And yes, b5 is the devastating followup option.
   Oct-12-19 Fischer vs C Kalme, 1958 (replies)
eaglewing: Following 44. c7 play Rh5+ 45. Kd6 Rxc5 46. Kxc5 and the tablebase tells us 46. ... Rc2+ is a draw. Run G, run!
   May-19-19 Kasparov vs Huebner, 1985 (replies)
eaglewing: Anyone cares to tell, what the silicone ones say following 35.Qh6 Qxe1+ 36.Kh2 Qxe5+ 37. dxe5 Re8 38. Bb3 Be2?
   Mar-31-19 J M Bellon Lopez vs Antunes, 1994 (replies)
eaglewing: Besides 14. Bh5 Rg6 what is wrong with 14. Bh5 e5 as the black reaction? Looks like it won't even lose the exchange.
   Dec-11-18 Miles vs Polugaevsky, 1984 (replies)
eaglewing: I guess the last 'slip' was 37. ... Rxd8. Consider Bf8 instead.
   Dec-06-18 W So vs Carlsen, 2017 (replies)
eaglewing: 30 Bd5 Qd4 31 Nc6 ... ?
   Sep-01-17 Averbakh vs Bondarevsky, 1948 (replies)
eaglewing: <Nova> and <Petrosianic>: The main principle is, that the king needs to be able to attack the pawn. That is usually decisive. Therefore, the position by <Petrosianic> can be won following several main steps. First, the king needs to cross the rank defended by ...
   Jul-19-17 A Gavrilov vs B Grachev, 2007 (replies)
eaglewing: And how to continue following 35....Nd2 36. Bb7?
   Apr-10-17 Tylkowski vs A Wojciechowski, 1931 (replies)
eaglewing: <devere>: Your moves 37.Nc6! Qxc6 38.f5! are really good, it is the fastest way to reposition. It looks like White can hold onto the a-pawn or can push f5-f6 trading f vs g and Black's hopes are gone.
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