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Member since Aug-27-04 · Last seen Feb-17-21
Retired USCF expert.
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   hesyrett has kibitzed 209 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-04-19 Korchnoi vs P Leito, 2010 (replies)
hesyrett: An amusing miniature!  By move 7 Black's position is already compromised, but 7...Nf6 is suicidal.  Zloi slays!
   Dec-12-18 E Doluhanova vs B Gledura, 2018
hesyrett: With 3 pawns for a rook, Black might have some drawing chances after 35...Qxg2+ 36 Rxg2 Rxg2 37 Kxg2 c5.
   Oct-05-18 E Paoli vs O'Kelly, 1961
hesyrett: 8. h3 improves White's chances of establishing a bind.
   Aug-28-18 B Goulding Brown vs Brett Thompson, 1953
hesyrett: 7...Qf6 is a blunder.  7...Qh4+ 8.g3 Bf2+! 9.Kxf2 Qf3+ winning the e5 N looks MUCH better for Black.
   May-23-18 Bronstein vs H Hunt, 1994 (replies)
hesyrett: Earlier, Black can try 13...Qxc2+ 14. Ke3 Rf8 15. Bd3 Qc5+ 16. Kf3 Nd7 17. Re1 Qd5+ 18. Be4 Qxe5 19. Bh6 (what else?) which seems to give Black a winning advantage.
   May-18-18 Yifan Hou vs Navara, 2016 (replies)
hesyrett: talwnbe4:  After 25...h5 26. Qh3 Nf6 White should play for mate via 27. exd6; Black Q is tied to the defense of the R at c8.  Here's a sample line:  25...h5 26. Qh3 Nf6 27. exd6 Ne4 28. Be1 Nxd6 29. Bh4 Qc7 30. Bf6+ Kg8 31. Qg3+ 1-0
   Apr-04-18 vs , 
hesyrett: There's something wrong here.  First of all, 8...Qxe5+ gives Black a nice 2-pawn advantage and might even trade Queens.  Later, 11...Qxe5+ wins the house.
   Oct-16-17 Euwe vs K M Bergsma, 1925
hesyrett: 11...Nce5 is a blunder.  With 11...dxc3 Black gets a Rook and several pawns for two minor pieces, while practically forcing White into an unfavorable endgame.
   Oct-02-17 L Dominguez vs M Heidenfeld, 2000
hesyrett: White is not winning a piece here, but Black's only way to avoid losing his QB is to trade Q's with 15...Qb4+ etc.  After that, White's QRP is lost, but his KRP will cost Black at least a piece.  So resignation was not premature.
   Jul-27-17 Carlsen vs J Smeets, 2005
hesyrett: This is a very strange Carlsen game.  The stem game, Najdorf-Portisch 1962, saw 12...Ke7 rather than 12...Kf8, but here Carlsen plays the crazy 13 cxb4 instead of just castling the way Najdorf did.  Why?  Was this a blitz game?
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