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Member since Dec-08-07 · Last seen Jun-23-15
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   john2629 has kibitzed 75 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-13-13 Anand - Carlsen World Championship Match (2013) (replies)
john2629: no its still a draw,he is just trying to complicate things
   Jul-30-13 Letelier vs G Garcia, 1963 (replies)
john2629: on 22..f6 i believe there is 23 Bxf6 and now white threat is to take the knight back but also Qh7+ or Qh8+ and mate next move. If 23..gxf6 then its mate with 24.Qh8+ Kf7 25.Rh7+ Kg6 26.Rg7+ Kf5 27.Qh5+ Kf4 and 28.g3 mate.
   Jul-25-13 Fani Barbageorgopoulou
john2629: well it IS greek and in english the absolute translation of the name could be: papa-george-daughter. :)
   Jul-06-13 B Hund vs C Hartog, 1978 (replies)
john2629: A variation just for fun 16...Qb5+ 17.c4 Qb6 18.Qxf7+ Kd8 19.Qd5+ Ke8 (19...Kc8 20.Bf5+ or 19...Qd6 20.nf7+) 20.Bg6+ hxg6(20...Qxg6 just miserable) 21.Rxh8 black anything and 22.Rxf8 and mate next move or two depends the move.
   May-07-13 J Negro vs Manuelli, 1983 (replies)
john2629: its not only the patterns you recognize.The fun with human brain is that sometimes it sees other options when is working in the so called "puzzle mode" or not. On a blitz game i would play almost instantly Qh4 without even calculating. The win is almost certain even if you are not ...
   Apr-29-13 I Papaioannou vs Short, 2012 (replies)
john2629: if i remember well papaioannou is from northern greece,far away from athens
   Feb-13-13 A Sorin vs Taimanov, 1992 (replies)
john2629: 38.Nb5 Rd1#
   Feb-08-13 Anand vs Caruana, 2013 (replies)
john2629: now the pawn in f2 is the softspot in white camp
   Jan-27-13 Giri vs Carlsen, 2013 (replies)
john2629: i totally agree ulhumbrus but right now we are far for endgame and all black pieces are eyeing white king.and there are 4 white pieces in the wrong side of the board!
   Jan-26-13 A Rodriguez Vila vs Vescovi, 2012 (replies)
john2629: 23 b4 if 23...Qc4 or QXc2 then 24.Rd8! KXd8 25.QD6+ Bd7 26.Qe7+ Kc8 27.Qf8+ Be8 28.QXe8 mate
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