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   goodevans has kibitzed 2073 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-18-19 Fischer vs J Sherwin, 1957 (replies)
goodevans: I'm with <FSR> on this pun. It would only really make sense if failing to play c4 was critical to the outcome, which it wasn't.
   Nov-17-19 Grand Prix Hamburg (2019) (replies)
goodevans: <Pedro Fernandez> Thanks for your thanks but they aren't really deserved. My comments were well intended but somewhat off the mark. A symptom of trying to do complex analysis after a few glasses of wine! It turns out that your <18...Qf6!?> was a tougher nut to crack ...
   Nov-16-19 I Bilek vs Szily, 1954 (replies)
goodevans: <Breunor: Goodevans, Once again the computer agrees with you. Black is fine after 11 Nf6...> Thanks, but I don't think it's as simple as that. With the benefit of hindsight, seeing how much pressure black was under after <11...Ne7 12.f5> I had a hunch ...
   Nov-12-19 Jobava vs Short, 2017 (replies)
goodevans: <spingo> I couldn't disagree more. Hoping for something special when we get to 'The frumious Bandersnatch'.
   Nov-11-19 U Rath vs Larsen, 1978 (replies)
goodevans: An excellent follow-up pun to this recent one: Znosko-Borovsky vs Nimzowitsch, 1907 . If only they'd been back-to-back! Larson must have looked at 40...e4 and rejected it for some reason. Maybe the complications following 41.Nf4 were too much to calculate at the time control.
   Nov-10-19 J K Duda vs Yu Yangyi, 2019 (replies)
goodevans: <MissScarlett: [...] Pay attention. <master8ch> is claiming that's exactly what he can avoid.> Which is why I responded to correct him on his mistake. Why would you assume I hadn't read his post correctly?
   Nov-09-19 Piket vs Kasparov, 1995 (replies)
goodevans: Following on from my last post: Personally, I understand 41...Rg6 42.g3 better. This is also good enough for the win. If black plays ...Rxg5 (either immediately or after 42...hxg3 43.Kg2) then white plays Qd6+ followed by Nb7. If black doesn't take on g5 then white marches a pawn
   Nov-09-19 M Diesen vs L Day, 1977 (replies)
goodevans: <Maynard5: [...] 22. Ne6 is a nice tactical shot, made possible by the vulnerable black knight on g4...> Indeed so. No material gain but white fractures black's pawns leaving him a difficult position to defend. I can't help thinking that 'joining the pawns up' again with ...
   Nov-08-19 Duras vs A E Post, 1904 (replies)
goodevans: <Ricosoave: If 23...Qe5 24. Rd5! wins.> True, but if 23...Qe5 white has any number of winning moves. 24.Rd5 isn't even the best of them (the simple 24.Qg4+ is better) so I don't think the exclamation mark is justified.
   Nov-07-19 A Firouzja vs M Bluebaum, 2017 (replies)
goodevans: <keypusher: [...] the whole game is worth your time. I leave it to stronger players to say whether all the sacrifices are sound.> I agree entirely. I spent a while trying to work out who had the upper hand after 17...Qg4 [DIAGRAM] ... but it was beyond me. Would be worthy ...
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