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   jayfreeman has kibitzed 11 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-09-19 Kotronias vs Van Wely, 1993 (replies)
jayfreeman: 17. Rxd5 is the best move here, but it is not leading to a win. Black should just take the knight on 25th move (25... fxe6) and he is even winning. Actually 25. Ne6 was a losing mistake from white, otherwise he should be able to draw as <mel_gibson> said.
   Jan-20-19 A Karayev vs A J Datu, 2008 (replies)
jayfreeman: Easiest puzzle of this week for everyone;)
   Jan-06-19 I Radulov vs L Spassov, 1974 (replies)
jayfreeman: <iccsumant: Did black do this after calculating everything or just thought that he had an advantage and just played some moves desperately trying to do something good?> It is impossible to calculate all the lines here, but it is not always necessary in this kind of ...
   Dec-20-18 Miles vs L Schmid, 1980 (replies)
jayfreeman: <cocker> i also went for 44 Nf7+. also not sure it is the best, but i think it is easier to play this line. at least if you are a person, not stockfish.
   Aug-12-18 Y Chan vs E Galvez Dastin, 2008 (replies)
jayfreeman: Funny - sometimes "4 stars" are much easier than "2 stars" :) It is just impossible not to solve this one within a minute. I remember 2 star puzzles that took me half an hour.
   Jun-15-18 K Rohonyan vs A L'Ami, 2008 (replies)
jayfreeman: Actually 23. Qd5+ was better.
   Jan-28-18 Karpov vs Topalov, 1994 (replies)
jayfreeman: <piltdown man: Poor Topalov, seems like everyone played their "immortals" against him.> Poor or not, but he is a great player! And a World Champion. Once World Champion is ever World Champion! I would easily agree to be this poor:)
   Jan-07-18 F Vallejo Pons vs Wynn Zaw Htun, 2016 (replies)
jayfreeman: Very good tactics from white, but poor defense from black again.
   Dec-23-17 Adorjan vs Tisdall, 1981 (replies)
jayfreeman: Two questions to black here: 1. What is the point of 17... a6? 2. And why 18... Bxb4 and not just Bb6? these two moves are mistakes. it is rather difficult to solve the puzzle if you have to guess the mistakes as well ;))
   Nov-22-17 Aronian vs Anand, 2017
jayfreeman: @ajiteshjaiswal You can go on with 28. Rxh7 Ke7 29. Rh6 and keep the pressue on. Two strong bishops and two rooks - the Black wouldn't last long. But Aronian won anyway, it is just that 25. Rg6 looked safer option to me.
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