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eblunt
Member since Jul-25-06 · Last seen Nov-19-19
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   eblunt has kibitzed 418 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-08-19 V Ruban vs A Poluljahov, 1994 (replies)
 
eblunt: <saturn2: <eblunt28...Qe7> 29. Qxe7 Rxe7 30. Rg8+ Kc7 31. R- xa8 Kxc6 32. Rxa7> Thanks, so white ends up with ♖+5♙ vs ♖+2♙. I was looking for a clean win, so missed this.
 
   Nov-02-19 Miles vs Suba, 1984 (replies)
 
eblunt: <botvinnik64> Yes, the problem with white's position is having 2 major pieces hemmed in in the corner, not able to influence play, whilst blacks big guns are all very active.
 
   Oct-30-19 O Bernstein vs Capablanca, 1914 (replies)
 
eblunt: 30 Rd3 might have been worth an attempt for the swindle ...
 
   Jul-31-19 Petrosian vs Ivkov, 1979 (replies)
 
eblunt: 34 .... Kf5 is quite a blunder. g7 or e6 maybe. Yes, a losing position, likely to lose a pawn, but could struggle on for a but. f5 is like resigning.
 
   Jul-20-19 Timman vs Cherniaev, 2008 (replies)
 
eblunt: <1stboard> 31 .... Qe1 + 32 Kg2 Qe2+ etc.
 
   Jun-05-19 J Bentley vs S Tavares, 2018 (replies)
 
eblunt: White plays h4 , relieving the bank rank threat, black plays h5 believing he's done the same but it's an illusion; because of the bishop, h5 doesn't help at all. Black ends up missing more than just an angel, he loses a king
 
   Feb-06-19 A Gulbrandsen vs O'Kelly, 1937 (replies)
 
eblunt: Strange how White decides to give Rook and Knight away, rather than just the Knight. Or was he going to resign anyway if he just lost the Knight ?
 
   Dec-31-18 Koneru vs N Resika, 2001 (replies)
 
eblunt: <Mayankk> better than ♕h5 is ♕xf5. 35 ♕xf5 ♖g7 36 fxg7 ♕xg7 37 ♗e4 and now three pieces lined up on h7, mate in a couple of moves
 
   Nov-01-18 V Gashimov vs J N Riff, 2008 (replies)
 
eblunt: I solved todays puzzle as well :)
 
   Oct-02-18 Seirawan vs E Lobron, 1983 (replies)
 
eblunt: <al wazir: Somehow, amazingly, I managed to overlook that 24...Rxc1 25. Ra8+ Rc8, foils the back-row mate. But my line still wins:> I'm glad I'm not the only one who fiddled around chasing the king out to g4/f4 so as to have the pawn check to create space, before taking the Rc1
 
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