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   eaglewing has kibitzed 306 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-27-22 Carlsen vs S Papa, 2004
eaglewing: I dislike 31. ... Rf8. Surrendering square g4 simply to the white King cannot be a good idea. Why not 31. ... h5?
   Jan-03-22 Shabalov vs Smirin, 1992
eaglewing: While 42. ... Ke5 was already criticized, I dislike especially 43. ... Qf8. Instead, why not Rd8? Maybe I overlook something, but following Rd8 (or even with Kf4 instead of 42. ... Ke5) the King might be able to escape via f4 due to possibly threaten to eat h4 (and Ng5). The Queen
   Dec-23-21 Nisipeanu vs S Gordon, 2013 (replies)
eaglewing: 26. ... Re8 and the Rook won't be lost on a8.
   Jul-25-21 Shirov vs Topalov, 2001
eaglewing: Maybe a bit more complicated: 24. Bf1 Qg2 25. Ba5+ b6 26. Bxb6+ Ke8 27. Re6+ fe 28. Qxe6+ Kf8 29. Qe7+ Kg8 30.f7+ Kh8 31. Qe8+ Kg7 32. Txg1 Dxg1 33. Dg8+ Kh6 34. Qxg1 Bb7 and maybe Be3.
   Mar-12-21 Ljubojevic vs Miles, 1979 (replies)
eaglewing: 37. Rg5 and remis.
   Feb-13-21 Sznapik vs O Foisor, 1982 (replies)
eaglewing: Oops, simple oversight. Somehow I thought the white pawn would still block on e4, on d5 he won't do it and 19. ... Ne8 is clearly less useful. So, my remarks are more 'general'.
   Jan-25-21 Kramnik vs Susan Polgar, 1994 (replies)
eaglewing: I think, 70. ... Bh4 and a rook at f6 will be a well placed defender while the King on f7 is cut off from g7 away to the e-file.
   Jan-08-21 Karpov vs Kasparov, 1986 (replies)
eaglewing: I do not understand, why Kasparov surrendered square c4 to the white King so easily. I would have expected the move Pb6-b5 at move 38 (or at 37 but with Kf7 next it does make no difference). The idea is certainly to move those queen side pawns and get rid of that Pa2. Yes, with a8
   Oct-18-20 Dolmatov vs Polugaevsky, 1988 (replies)
eaglewing: <7he5haman:> I thought about 30. ... Nh8, too. Still 30. ... Nh8 31. f6 Bf8 32. f5 Qf7 33. Bxh6 Bxh6 34. fe Rxe6 35. Rg7+ Qxg7 36. fg with the next move probably fhQ+, if the rook on e6 is secured, looks decisive. However, I did not check this line with calculation support.
   Mar-28-20 Giri vs Nepomniachtchi, 2020 (replies)
eaglewing: <Breunor>: You miscopied the analysis for 33. axb3. Both noted are 33. Bxb3.
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