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   eblunt has kibitzed 430 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-29-20 D Khismatullin vs M Bosiocic, 2010 (replies)
eblunt: <Goodevans> I too missed 28.Rxd6 ! and went for the mundane 28. R(d)f1+ which looked pretty overpowering
   May-05-20 Yermolinsky vs Beliavsky, 1993 (replies)
eblunt: <Landshark> Same here , I saw the mate threat from white, so just saw the easy way to solve the problem and stay a rook up with Qxc4 +
   Apr-20-20 A Kveinys vs Speelman, 2002 (replies)
eblunt: <stacase> same here
   Mar-31-20 Carlsen vs Bu Xiangzhi, 2017 (replies)
eblunt: <OhioChessFan:> I had Rg2 as well. I really don't see what black can do after that. Has to lose the Knight to stop the pawn, and then the rook swap is unavoidable. OK with the bishop it'll be a tedious process of a few moves to finish off but it's a clear win.
   Mar-24-20 Ivkov vs Gufeld, 1964 (replies)
eblunt: Doesn't 28 ♘e4 work just as well ? Was the double rook sac really needed ? I can't see a move that stops 29 ♘e6+ except by losing a lot of material.
   Feb-27-20 Euwe vs Keres, 1940 (replies)
eblunt: <Walter Glattke>: 36.♔d3 ♗f5 mate Isn't it ?
   Feb-24-20 Szabo vs B Sooky, 1946 (replies)
eblunt: The blood drains from Barna when 7 ♗b5+ is played
   Feb-17-20 C McNab vs A Rittiphunyawong, 1984 (replies)
eblunt: Isn't 21 ... h5 possibly better for black ? delays whites g4 and gives a retreat square for the king. Can obviously gives back the knight, but avoids losing the exchange afterwards.
   Feb-12-20 D Foord vs E Kirk, 2010 (replies)
eblunt: <rodchuck> So did I, boring but winning.
   Dec-13-19 J Klinger vs W Arencibia Rodriguez, 1986 (replies)
eblunt: He just sm*a*s*hes Rodriguez
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