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   joeaverage has kibitzed 15 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-04-06 V Zurakhov vs Tolush, 1956 (replies)
joeaverage: What's wrong with Bh6?
   Mar-26-06 Geller vs A Kapengut, 1971 (replies)
joeaverage: <tefjilves> I also thought 22. f3 and I even saw the Qxe3 check. Unfortunately, after 23. Kh8, black can play Qxe4 since the bishop no longer protects the knight. It doesn't look too good for white. It's tough to figure out a weekend puzzle without a physical board and ...
   Feb-14-06 S Hamel vs De Vere, 1867 (replies)
joeaverage: Why did black play 22...Kh8? I don't see the immediate threat. Maybe black was planning to play f5 (in order to play Bxf3 forking the rook(s) and knight) and needed to get his king out of the way of the bishop on a2? Also, wouldn't 30. Kc1 have been a better move opening up the ...
   Feb-06-06 M Morris vs P Moulin, 1991 (replies)
joeaverage: <psmith and Ger7ry> You're right. I mixed up 16 and 19.
   Feb-05-06 Suetin vs Bagirov, 1961 (replies)
joeaverage: The website reved at noon on Feb 4 instead of midnite?
   Feb-04-06 Smyslov vs Hort, 1973 (replies)
joeaverage: <Cogano By the way, does anyone know how can White mate Black, if Black accepts the knight on his 28th move:> I'll give it a try, although I don't see a forced mate either. If 29...gxf6 30. gxf6+ Kh8 31. fxe7 Qxe7. Then 32. Rxf7. Black must move his queen along the a4-f8 ...
   Jan-29-06 Rossolimo vs G J Wood, 1949 (replies)
joeaverage: <psmith>Thanks much! This was a very difficult puzzle for me to understand.
   Jan-26-06 Pomar Salamanca vs Robatsch, 1966 (replies)
joeaverage: <yeats1939>I'm with you on this.
   Jan-18-06 Marshall vs Capablanca, 1914 (replies)
joeaverage: Why didn't white play 38. Qxe6 rather than Bxe6?
   Nov-17-05 Flohr vs D Rovner, 1950 (replies)
joeaverage: <Granite> I thought the same thing about Bxf6 leading to mate, but the black queen protects the pawn at h7 after black plays gxf6 (taking back the bishop), so mate isn't being threatened (with Qxh7).
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