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ewenardus
Member since Mar-02-05 · Last seen Aug-19-09
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   ewenardus has kibitzed 138 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-15-09 I Kurnosov vs V A Loginov, 2002 (replies)
 
ewenardus: <tentsewang: I don't like black's move on 18. ..e6, instead he/she should move queen on 18. ..Qd7 and black wins with preventive the checkmate.> If 18... Qd7 then 19.Nf6+ and white wins the black queen with discovered check nect move.
 
   Nov-19-08 Suba vs Watson, 1987 (replies)
 
ewenardus: <tatarch: At first glance, what about 33.gxh3,Bxd6, 34.cxd6,Qh4, and then black has at least a perpetual check, right? Better than losing I guess, but maybe white wasn't playing for a draw at that point.> That doesn't work either. 33... Bxd6 34.cxd6 Qh4 35.Qd4+ Rg7 36.Qxg7+ ...
 
   Jun-02-08 A Hansen vs S Jensen, 1945 (replies)
 
ewenardus: <TheBB> I think itīs a good thing you did play 13...Rac8 instead of 13...Bxc3 White would then have had 14.Qd6+ Ke8 15.Qc6+ and because of the threat to your rook I think your best choice would have been to accept the perpectual.
 
   May-22-08 Prince Dadian vs Kolisch, 1867 (replies)
 
ewenardus: Yep, I agree with <MostlyAverageJoe>. After 17.Qe7+ Kc6 18.Bb5+ Both 18...Kb6 and 18...Kc5 lead to white mating. I just cannot see anything as forcing after 17.Bb5 Nc6, so I donīt agree with this puzzleīs solution. I must admit that I missed the game continuation, going for,
 
   Mar-01-07 R Nezhmetdinov vs P Ermolin, 1946 (replies)
 
ewenardus: <Dres1: < WarmasterKron: <RandomVisitor> Black's first significant mistake was 6...Bg7?, a well known trap that is arguably the whole point of playing the generallly inferior Levenfish > Actually, Bg7 is playable, but black must play 7...Nh5> I agree with Dres1, ...
 
   Feb-18-06 Svidler vs Topalov, 2006 (replies)
 
ewenardus: sanitariu where do you see a draw? How? Outline what you see. And the time differences isnīt good enough to make such a statement.
 
   Feb-01-06 Larsen vs A Lein, 1979 (replies)
 
ewenardus: Hi all, how are you doing? I wanted to point out that 6... g6 is not a mistake, this tranposes into the levenfish variation of the dragon (which i play as black). One normally arrives to the position through: 1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 d6 3.d4 cd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3 g6 (dragon) 6.f4 (levenfish)
 
   Jan-31-06 Topalov vs Aronian, 2006 (replies)
 
ewenardus: <Ulhumbrus: One question is whether after 19...Qc7 (ibstead of 19...Qd5) 20 Bxe4 Bd7 White has insufficient compensation for the exchange, enough for the exchange, or too much for the exchange>. What about: 20...Bd7 21.Ba5 Qb7 22.d5 I don't say there is anything forced, ...
 
   Jan-27-06 Ivanchuk vs Topalov, 2006 (replies)
 
ewenardus: <Astardis> I'sorry to disagree. If you are that better than your opponent, ypu shouldn't get into time trouble. Time trouble is a result of having, though stupid as it sounds, to spend a lot of time solving problems or whatever over the board, which are a result of good play
 
   Nov-11-05 K Visweswaran vs J Gonzales, 2005 (replies)
 
ewenardus: <eaglewing> Hi, txs for thecomments! And as soon as I post this, I'm deleating my previous post! My analysis was very faluty. Sorry!
 
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