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   kenilworthian has kibitzed 87 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-19-20 D Mackenzie vs D Pruess, 2006
kenilworthian: The Only a Game broadcast can be found here:
   Dec-01-20 R Tischbierek vs Hertneck, 2001
kenilworthian: Bosch suggests 5...c6! as in Batsanin - Totsky, Perm 1998.
   Dec-01-20 Miles vs J Nikolac, 1979
kenilworthian: In SOS#3, Jeroen Bosch suggests 14...Qc7 = or 9...Qe7+!? as improvements.
   Dec-01-20 Yudasin vs Gulko, 1981
kenilworthian: Jeroen Bosch suggests 17...Bxe4 18. Qxe4 Qb7 as equal in SOS#9.
   Oct-13-20 Firouzja vs Caruana, 2020
kenilworthian: Yes, it is very much like a "reversed Noteboom" and very interesting. It reminded me of David Rudel's book on what he called the Koltanowski Phoenix Attack, where he recommended a reversed Meran Semi-Slav, along the lines that Colle himself once played it (apparently inspired ...
   Sep-25-20 A Gorbatov vs P Skatchkov, 2012
kenilworthian: This is a great illustration of why 3.d4 poses Black no problems. I like Black's attack -- especially the sham queen sac: if 21.Bxd6? Bh3+ 22.Kg1 Nxd1+ 23.Kh1 Nf2+ 24.Kg1 cxd6 wins.
   Sep-03-20 Euwe vs Alekhine, 1935 (replies)
kenilworthian: 11. Bxb7?! Nxe2+ 12. Kg2 Nxd4 13. Qd3 Nbc6 14. Bxa8 Nxe5 15. Qxd4 Qxa8+ 16. f3 or 14. Nxc6 Nxc6 15. Bxa8 Qxa8 look very good for Black.
   Sep-02-20 Waitzkin vs E Moskow, 1993 (replies)
kenilworthian: I think it was Botvinnik who liked to say that the strategy for winning a pawn-up opposite color bishop ending is to create "trousers," meaning a pair of separated passed pawns that eventually make it impossible for the opponent's bishop to stop both of them at the same time. ...
   Jun-22-20 A Ornstein vs Westerinen, 1975 (replies)
kenilworthian: And if 16.Qa5 then Black has a mating attack with Ng4+ and Qh4.
   Jun-02-20 Tarrasch vs Yates, 1923
kenilworthian: Yates's problems all began with 8...Nb8, which blindly follows his favorite pattern of repositioning the Knight. But with the center locked, White's dark square weaknesses don't show as much. Better was the modern 8....Ne7. But best of all was 8...Nd4! For example: 9.Nxd4 exd4
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