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   jajaja has kibitzed 37 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-20-06 Salov vs Korchnoi, 1997 (replies)
jajaja: is 62.Rf5 losing for white?
   Aug-07-06 Unzicker vs Saemisch, 1949 (replies)
jajaja: <dalbertz: What?? Why not 22. ... Qxg4 threatening mate on Qxg2 or winning the rook on d1?> 1) the move should be 22..Qg4 2) blacks pawn on g7 is blocking mate on g2 3) whites queen is protecting the rook on d1 4) 23.Ndf5 would protect the h4 knight, and white would have ...
   Aug-02-06 A Kovacevic vs Kramnik, 1991 (replies)
jajaja: what I found was Bf4. I think it wins material, but it is definitly not as good as Bxc3!
   Jun-18-06 Adams vs Kramnik, 2004 (replies)
jajaja: is 41.Bc4 necessary?
   Jun-15-06 Spassky vs Timman, 1977 (replies)
jajaja: <Mateo> is the above analysis your owns?
   Jun-15-06 P Gilruth vs Yermolinsky, 2000 (replies)
jajaja: if white's 27.Rxf7 transposes to the 24..Qh2 line then the text move 24..Qh4 was unnecessary in my opinion. and black should have played 24..Qh2 if this is the case.
   Jun-13-06 W van Lankveld vs Van der Wiel, 2000 (replies)
jajaja: easier than yesterday's :-)
   Jun-11-06 Z Domnitz vs Pachman, 1973 (replies)
jajaja: missed this one :-(
   Jun-07-06 Z Sturua vs Kramnik, 1992 (replies)
jajaja: a good one for a puzzle?
   Jun-04-06 Kavalek vs W Pietzsch, 1967 (replies)
jajaja: Maybe I was wrong about 31.dxc6. I still think that 30.Rxb7+ wins but white might need to find another move like 31.Re2 instead. I am not sure of the exact lines because I dont have a board. If somebody with fritz can check the best play after 28.. Bxd6 that would be great.
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