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kapabl
Member since Apr-07-07 · Last seen Mar-22-15
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   kapabl has kibitzed 21 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-05-08 A Matanovic vs Petrosian, 1959 (replies)
 
kapabl: <zooter> In your line, Black can still play 34..dxc3. He may be able to keep that pawn because the White king is cramped and the pawns on f4 and h3 are loose.
 
   May-09-07 Odd Lie (replies)
 
kapabl: Oddshark ? That is a White Lie.
 
   May-06-07 I Radulov vs L Spassov, 1974 (replies)
 
kapabl: <Kreifi:> 23.Bd6+ leads to mate.
 
   May-06-07 Judit Polgar vs Aung Aung, 2000 (replies)
 
kapabl: <al wazir> see Judit Polgar vs Aung Aung, 2000
 
   Apr-29-07 Pinter vs E Ungureanu, 1976 (replies)
 
kapabl: <al wazir> A little extra push on the rook so that it doesnt stop on the seventh! 21.Nf5 Nxd3+ 22.Rxd3 exf5 23.Rxe8, and even if Black can count better, he cant protect g7.
 
   Apr-29-07 D Byrne vs Fischer, 1956 (replies)
 
kapabl: <Anyone who doesn't concede that Kal-El would have crushed Fischer is blinded by planetism.> Has Fischer beaten Flagg? Wow, he must be very good. Kal-El may agree to a challenge from him for the right prize money, although he has rarely played two-dimensional chess in the last ...
 
   Apr-25-07 Kasparian vs Bronstein, 1947
 
kapabl: There were threats of b4 trapping the ♖ and ♘b7 forking. Black could probably not have avoided losing at least the exchange. If 33...♗a6 34.b4 ♖b5 35.♘xa6. Black could have resigned right away.
 
   Apr-24-07 Capablanca vs T A Carter, 1909 (replies)
 
kapabl: <pggarner: How about 28.Ng7 followed by 29.Qf5 and 30.Qh7#, which is also mate in 3?> Not quite. Black is not forced to capture the knight. He can play anything else, lets say, 28...Qa5 and 29...b4. Now 30.Qh7+ doesn't work. Since the pawn is still on h6, Black can play ...
 
   Apr-24-07 Tarrasch vs C Kelz, 1892 (replies)
 
kapabl: <An Englishman> and <dabearsrock1010>: Of course Tarrasch could have learnt something from us. But he seems to have been good at showing off - that he did not need the knight to mate :)
 
   Apr-22-07 A Ostapenko vs S Kurkin, 1970 (replies)
 
kapabl: <Takya Kotov: After 18.fxe5, please could someone demonstrate the win after 18....gxh6.> This is what I can make out but I am not sure if it takes care of everything: 19.gxh6+ Kh8 20.exd6+ f6 21.dxe7 Rf7 22.Bh5 Raf8 (22...Rag8 23.Bxf7 Rxg1 24.Rxg1 Qxa2 25.Bxf6+ mates or ...
 
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