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   eaglewing has kibitzed 311 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-07-23 T Foster vs P Lalic, 2023 (replies)
eaglewing: A tablebase says, it was drawable until 207. Be5 according to <beatgiant>. Still, I think, a serious error was done before with respect to ignoring an easy method to draw. Instead of 192. Bd4 (directly following the last attempt 190. ... g3 191. fxg3 Kf5) the move 192. Kh3 ...
   Feb-12-23 S Siebrecht vs V Iordachescu, 2006 (replies)
eaglewing: What's wrong by defending with 25. Nxe1 ? My impression is: Both sides would lose Queen and Rook and then it should be drawish.
   Jan-21-23 N Abdusattorov vs P Maghsoodloo, 2023 (replies)
eaglewing: 45. ... Rxh3+ 46. Kg1 Td3 would defend against Rd4 and drag out the White King more into the open. I would expect a perpetual-like draw. Or do I miss something important? Maybe next: 47. Qxg6 Qc5+ 48. Kh2 Rd6 and while the Black King is more open, the Pc4 is more advanced.
   Nov-12-22 Jobava vs Carlsen, 2005 (replies)
eaglewing: 36. ... Rb6 going into a pin looks really bad. Should 36. ... Kxa4 not be fine? Now, Rf4 even loses following Kb3+. And 37. Qc2+ Ka5 38. Qc7+ repeats.
   Sep-08-22 Sasikiran vs V Saravanan, 2000 (replies)
eaglewing: <alshatranji: Instead of Qxc4, was the perpetual possible?> Probably one of the more difficult questions in this game. You need to stop the White King getting to c6. I think, if he gets there, King, Queen and pawn d5 together with blocked checking lines due to pawns a7, b6 ...
   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.
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