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kleuthold
Member since Feb-17-08 · Last seen Oct-29-15
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   kleuthold has kibitzed 11 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-14-15 B Skutta vs J L Watson, 2015 (replies)
 
kleuthold: 8 Qa4 is normal. In fact, it's the most commonly played move. White was doing fine until 14. a3??, which just hangs his most important pawn.
 
   Feb-24-13 I Krush vs Kosteniuk, 2008 (replies)
 
kleuthold: Why not 13....Nxe4?
 
   Jan-14-13 R A Popov vs V Rudkovsky, 2001
 
kleuthold: Lost on time?
 
   Mar-02-11 H Reinle vs NN, 1936 (replies)
 
kleuthold: If 10...Kxd6 then 11. Nxe6 and black cannot recapture without losing the queen. Black could have resigned after the blunder on move 6.
 
   Feb-14-11 Arrandale vs Henderson, 1938 (replies)
 
kleuthold: This is a fascinating sacrifice. I've been analyzing it with an engine for half an hour. I keep thinking I've found a way out for black, but every time white wins.
 
   May-15-09 S Christensen vs T Sachdev, 2009
 
kleuthold: Both players missed 35. Rb8! which wins immediately.
 
   May-11-09 K Ehrgott vs C Schakel, 2003
 
kleuthold: Did black run out of time? Hardly seems lost at the end...
 
   Jun-17-08 G Mammadova vs D Maghalashvili, 2007
 
kleuthold: 41 ... Rxg2! wins a queen: 42. Nxg2 Qxh3 43. Kg1 Ng4
 
   Mar-01-08 H Carlsen vs R Vik-Hansen, 2007
 
kleuthold: Black resigned too soon. There was a way out of losing a piece: 18...Bxd6 19.Rd3 exf4 20.Bf2 f3 21.Bxf3 Bxh2+ Kg2 22.Be6 or 20.Rxd6 Bxa4 21.Qxa4 Qxd6
 
   Feb-25-08 Simagin vs A Khachaturov, 1959
 
kleuthold: Black was winning until 26... e4? Developing the bishop just about anywhere would have been better.
 
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