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   goodevans has kibitzed 2640 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-06-21 W Adams vs Lawrence S Greene, 1941
goodevans: <Brenin: [...] 18 Be8 leads to a draw after 18 ... Nxd1 22 Bf7+.> Of course Black isn't obliged to play the materialistic <18...Nxd1> as the SF annotations (which appeared after your post) point out but can pursue his attack with <18...Nxa2+ 19.Kb1> (19.Kd7? Bb4+
   May-04-21 T Heinemann vs G Meins, 2004
goodevans: <Brenin>, <beenthere240>, It occurred to me that White might have had in mind to double his Rs on the g-file and saw that <23.Rg3?> would lose to <23...e4>. But instead of blocking the e-pawn he could instead just have played <23.Rg4> so I guess that ...
   May-03-21 A E Blackmar vs A F Wurm, 1882 (replies)
goodevans: We have the refutor of the gambit demonstrating that refutation against it's inventor. And his name just happens to be <Wurm>. Full marks for avoiding the obvious pun.
   May-02-21 J Buff vs Hendricks, 1978 (replies)
goodevans: <OhioChessFan: "Jimi".> I bet you're fun at parties.
   May-01-21 Short vs Piket, 1990 (replies)
goodevans: <Brenin: Unusually for a Saturday, I saw the move 22 g6 Short missed...> Likewise. Maybe someone should have told Nigel it was a Saturday puzzle? ;o) <I play the Fred: [...] black cannot rescue his queen and also prevent the promotion of the g6-pawn.> 22...Rxb3 saves ...
   Apr-30-21 Short vs Yifan Hou, 2016
goodevans: Missing <29...h5> as a possible defence to <30.Kd3> (before someone added these wretched SF annotations to the game) has haunted me a little and this morning I woke up thinking I'd found a clever way to defeat it. After <29...h5 30.Kd3 Rxf2 31.Rxf2+ Bxf2 32.Bd4 Be1 ...
   Apr-30-21 Ujtumen vs A Lein, 1965 (replies)
goodevans: I don't believe it! As I was composing my post some dunderhead has added SF annotations to the game. I guess thatís the end of any further discussion involving carbon-based analysis. Why would anyone want to do that to us?!?!?
   Apr-27-21 World Championship Candidates (2020/21) (replies)
goodevans: <Stonehenge: [...] Just play an uneven number of games. The challenger gets an extra white and the reigning champion keeps his title in case of a tie.> +1
   Apr-27-21 H C Christoffersen vs S Erdelyi, 1931 (replies)
goodevans: White made hard work of converting a won position. If I'd been Black I'd have breathed a sigh of relief when White played <28.Nh6+>, untrapping my K. Black missed his big opportunity two moves later when <29...e2!> would have given him the upper hand: [DIAGRAM] 30.Nxe2
   Apr-26-21 A Lastin vs D Bocharov, 2008 (replies)
goodevans: Black panicked with <19...g6> but given White's pressure I'd have probably done the same. Quite what the motivation behind <22...Qa5> was I doubt I'll ever know. Nice pun and a nice game by White. <Nosnibor> That would be truly excellent for a Lastin loss as ...
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