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   faulenzer has kibitzed 27 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-23-17 Korchnoi vs E Polyak, 1950
faulenzer: Any chance that the final move is ♖c7 instead of ♖g7?
   Jul-12-14 G Chandler vs R Kynoch, 1981 (replies)
faulenzer: <Sneaky>, I think you could add a fifth pinned piece if you move the whole position up the board by two ranks (so that Ke8 becomes Ke6, Rf8->Rf6, Be7->Be5, etc. To do this, you would need to replace the pinned rook at f6 with a knight at g6 pinned along the rank, and ...
   Dec-13-12 Philidor vs G Atwood, 1795 (replies)
faulenzer: Also, 10. ♘d6+ does not repeat the position after white's 8th. In the position after 10. ♘d6+, white has lost castling rights, which makes it a different position for the purposes of considering repetitions.
   Nov-05-12 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
faulenzer: Check it out--someone outside the chess world has finally noticed how frequently chessboards in movies are set up the wrong way!
   Sep-14-12 S Atalik vs Areshchenko, 2012 (replies)
faulenzer: Isn't 58. ... ♖d8 a lot simpler than the game continuation? h7 is not a threat, and there is no defense to the queening of the d pawn.
   Aug-07-11 Spassky vs H Niedermaier, 1986 (replies)
faulenzer: Good question. Black looks pretty good after 15...♖xd1 16. ♖xd1 ♕xe4 17. ♖d8+ ♔xd8 18. ♗g5+ hxg5 19. ♕xe4 ♘e7
   Nov-15-10 G Jumba vs Ruja Phitchayarom, 2010
faulenzer: Oh yeah; I missed <39. Qxh6+ 0-1>. Oops!
   Apr-23-10 Anand - Topalov World Championship Match (2010) (replies)
faulenzer: <Domdaniel> -- Your knowledge of Pynchon clearly surpasses my own, as "Lot 49" is my only exposure so far, so I'm happy to give him the benefit of the doubt based on your recommendation. I just didn't find much to enjoy about Lot 49, though. It had a vaguely ominous plot ...
   Nov-29-09 E Alekseev vs Caruana, 2009
faulenzer: I assume you mean 57. ♖x♗ followed by ♔x♖. The problem is that Black can interpose ♖g2+, saving his rook before capturing the white rook on c5.
   Jan-19-09 P G Grey vs E Schiller, 2000 (replies)
faulenzer: 11. ... exd5 12. exd5, then the knight moves and White wins the piece back with a good game after 13. d6
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