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   greenfield67 has kibitzed 62 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-23-19 Alireza Firouzja (replies)
greenfield67: Currently dismantling Jorge Cori in their match at Hoogeveen. 2726 live rating, with a bullet. Give him the Candidates wildcard!
   Jun-13-19 Norway Chess (2019) (replies)
greenfield67: Pretty sure Ding was singled out because on classical games alone he would be in equal first place at +2.
   Apr-30-19 Carlsen vs M Vachier-Lagrave, 2019 (replies)
greenfield67: MVL may have given up a pawn for next to nothing. But Carlsen still had to: choose the recapture exf3; choose to play against the c5-pawn; see, at move 24, that the extra pawn could be maintained by 33.Bd5. That's probably a routine conversion for Carlsen, but it still required
   Apr-10-19 Bologan vs Rozentalis, 1998 (replies)
greenfield67: Is this even a puzzle? 34.e6, then pick apart Black's disintegrating position...
   Feb-01-19 E Rotunno vs Alekhine, 1938 (replies)
greenfield67: Missed 37...Qe2. I think 37...Qg5+ 38.Kh1 Rg4 still wins, though. And because it looked like a puzzle solution (offering the rook to get the queen to the back rank), I stopped looking for better options.
   Dec-05-18 M Pein vs Svidler, 1991 (replies)
greenfield67: Nice similarity between the game of the day and the puzzle.
   Aug-31-18 E Schallopp vs W Paulsen, 1888 (replies)
greenfield67: Am I missing something, or would 47...Qe3+ have been better?
   Aug-31-18 S Williams vs D Guthrie, 2017 (replies)
greenfield67: I did the whole thing without Rxf7 and ...Rh8. I think it works too, although at some stage Black gets to go back to the 7th rank and you need a rook lift.
   Apr-24-18 Ragozin vs E E Book, 1946 (replies)
greenfield67: <Granny>That is so much better!
   Jul-08-17 I Krush vs K Maack, 2013 (replies)
greenfield67: Because 44.Bc4+ picks off the knight.
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