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   jrpg has kibitzed 13 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-07-16 O Chajes vs R B Estera, 1913 (replies)
jrpg: FWIW there's a picture of Estera with Capablanca on Corzo's page.
   Dec-16-13 V Muratov vs Makarov, 1981 (replies)
jrpg: Black's position is poor but is there an easy win after 17 ...♗e7?
   Sep-14-13 Shamkovich vs F Visier Segovia, 1966 (replies)
jrpg: Never mind <bachiller>, <once> makes up for it with his wonderful children's bedtime chess stories.
   Jul-03-13 H Saunders vs Tartakower, 1929 (replies)
jrpg: I found the youtube video more enjoyable than the game. At what point did Tartakower realise he was doomed?
   Jun-15-13 F Roeder vs W Zbikowski, 1983 (replies)
jrpg: I saw that 24.Rxg6 was that most likely first move but decided that 24.Qxe4 as preferred by Morfishine and Abdel Irada added additional options in a position too complicated for me to calculate. Is there a defence?
   Jun-11-13 Gunsberg vs NN, 1907 (replies)
jrpg: As morfishine says, 10...dxe5 looks good for black. If 11.Nd5+ Qxd5 12.Bxd5 Kxf6 and Black is a rook up and in a comfortable position.
   May-29-13 Zvjaginsev vs Bologan, 2010 (replies)
jrpg: <chessdr> Yes, ..uhm 39. ..Qxe7 does rather spoil that analysis!
   May-28-13 Taimanov vs E Cobo Arteaga, 1967 (replies)
jrpg: Disappointed to have missed 30.Qh7 but I think there is a forced mate after 30.Qxh5+ 30..Ke4 31.Qg4+ Kd3 32.Rd1+ Kc2 33.Qd4 and if 33 ..Re2 34.Qd3+ Kb2 35.Qxe2+ Ka3 36.Bf4 followed by 37.Bc1#
   Apr-29-13 M Heinsohn vs B Blitsko, 2012 (replies)
jrpg: I'm no expert on openings but can anyone see any benefit in white's 15. b4?
   Oct-25-12 J Arnott vs Hebden, 2003
jrpg: Thanks for that Phony. I've been admiring your posts daily since 2005 but haven't played much since leaving University in 1970 -as I hate losing! I thought the most likely reason was a faulty score though both of the excellent players I knew, John D Thornton and Louis Alan Edwards ...
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