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et 9
Member since Jan-05-09
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   et 9 has kibitzed 33 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-07-12 Matulovic vs J Pedersen, 1981 (replies)
et 9: Immediately, all sorts of weakness are seen in black's camp and black definitely is not attacking. c-file, possibly winning the queen. a-file has a simple check with Ba6+. f-file has some flanking options with Bg4+. the b-file seems like a simple reinforcing move in Bb5 followed ...
   Nov-30-12 D Shevelev vs Bagirov, 1997 (replies)
et 9: I was seeing 26.Re7 as a better square for the rook as it is a less tactical situation while the idea of hogs on the seventh could be entertained. No need to give up the exchange unless warranted, right?! Common lately in my assessments is that I see 'pressure' on the board as a higher
   Sep-24-12 P N Andreasen vs H Falberg, 1992 (replies)
et 9: Did anyone get 60. ....c4 as winning for black? "Once" presented a few choices early on. Didn't run it through an engine yet. Can black win?
   May-17-12 Alekhine vs Opocensky, 1943 (replies)
et 9: Another branch at move 53. After 52.Kf6 Kf8 Then 53.g6 hxg6 54.Kxg6 Kg8 The thought is to simply get rid of black's h-pawn freeing the white king to move to the other side and capture the black a-pawn. Black has to waste tempo capturing white's h-pawn. (as in all the lines) White ...
   Apr-12-12 Mikhalchishin vs Shirov, 1988 (replies)
et 9: what do the engines say? I see ...Bxp followed by an a file rook sac as being fatal for white.
   Mar-02-12 M Shereshevsky vs Kupreichik, 1976 (replies)
et 9: Not sure how close I am. I knew move order was critical and I saw that Nf4 could be useful. I went with 17.Qh5 g6 18.BxN or Qh6 with mating threats via Nf5,Nh6 later. I missed....Nf4 and timing. Uuggh!
   Jan-12-12 Botvinnik vs G Stepanov (Schneideman), 1930 (replies)
et 9: I made the move options more complicated than they needed to be not seeing the trapped queen. I proposed 19.Ng6 Rfe8 20.NxB RxN 21.e5 with long term pressure via a protected passer on the e-file. I'm curious how many others confessed to not seeing the trapped queen.
   Jan-10-12 J Bittencourt vs G Vescovi, 2009 (replies)
et 9: Ah...yes.. Thinking backwards is a great help in many instances. Nice to here from you again "Once".
   Jan-06-12 Duras vs H Wolf, 1907 (replies)
et 9: User: sevenseaman yup. nice queen sac
   Dec-02-11 J Zawadzka vs L Schut, 2010 (replies)
et 9: is the lame 30.Bg6 still winning? There seems to be time for white to play a simple skewer wining the exchange and proceeding with small advances. Black doesn't have an attack, does he? BTW, where is "Once"? He is truly missed.
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