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   goodevans has kibitzed 3789 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-23-23 S Mlotkowski vs S Factor, 1921
goodevans: A game between two players I've never heard of but whose player biographies indicate both to be very strong. Their career achievements are notable and in fact very similar so you'd expect their match-ups to be evenly contested. Factor prevailed 2-1 in their head-to-head encounters
   Sep-22-23 J H Donner vs Panno, 1955 (replies)
goodevans: <Stonehenge: ... 24. Ng1 not Kg1.> The game score has been changed to reflect this and now <25.Qb3?>, though still a bad blunder, no longer looks like <the single worst move ... ever seen in a high-level game> and <24...Qb5> turns out not to be blunder at ...
   Sep-21-23 A Volokitin vs M Kobalia, 2009
goodevans: Such an immensely complex struggle. I definitely missed a lot of the tactics first time through and no doubt have still haven't seen the half of it. It appears the critical point came after 16...Nh5: [DIAGRAM] White has already made Black's sac better than it should have been ...
   Sep-20-23 K Volke vs M Schaefer, 1994 (replies)
goodevans: 41.Nb5 would have won the exchange. Coming one move after the time control (I assume) you can maybe find an excuse for Black overlooking it but it was a bad miss by White. The 'windmill' netted White an extra pawn compared with 53.Nxb6. I'm not sure how crucial that was in his ...
   Sep-16-23 Oll vs G Miralles, 1984 (replies)
goodevans: Who needs a Q? I bet Black thought he was winning this. In the end his only hope of survival was the multi-faceted <43...Qc2!>. [DIAGRAM] The Q guards g6 so that after <44.Rxf4+ Ke8> 45.Bh5+ is no longer effective and now Black's threats of 45...Qxe2 and 45...Qc1+ Δ ...
   Sep-15-23 E Schiller vs G Schwartzman, 1994 (replies)
goodevans: Perhaps more significant than this game or its pun is that User: johnlspouge is back commenting again. Can't remember when last I saw that but a very welcome return.
   Sep-12-23 M Oren vs I Dyner, 1952
goodevans: <Brenin: 22 ... Bb3 was clever...> <Honza Cervenka: ... It was rather decisive mistake.> <22...Bb3> was, as they say, <a bit too clever for its own boots>. As <Honza> says, it could have been busted by a simple side step by White's Q but I believe it ...
   Sep-10-23 R Leitao vs Caruana, 2010 (replies)
goodevans: Fab play by Caruana. <19.Nd2> was an ignominious move to have to make but was necessary to prevent 19…b3. <19.Nd4?> wouldn’t have worked. Black just takes it and White can’t take back.
   Sep-09-23 Steinitz vs A Fritz, 1898 (replies)
goodevans: <Chessist: 37.Nc5+ wins on the spot...> Likewise 37.Nd4+ which leads to the same mate. I can't believe he missed these.
   Sep-06-23 J Mieses vs Taubenhaus, 1906
goodevans: goodevans: <frdmchd: ... What am I missing?> Actually now your missing the erroneous comment to which you were responding. Very strange.
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