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magic1949
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   magic1949 has kibitzed 16 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-15-21 Petrosian vs Golombek, 1952
 
magic1949: it seems to go wrong with the trade of the black square bishops a strong strategic idea by Petrosian. Black could try Qd7-then e8 with h6 and Rd8 to follow with a safe position. 13... Qf4 seems to give Black more freedom 15.dxc5 opening the d file against the Black queen and then
 
   Aug-03-21 V Jalinskas vs V Akobian, 1994
 
magic1949: The innocuous looking h3 against the Cech Pirc seems to be effective and Blacks thematic Qa5 seems to achieve little. 6...g6 seems to be a safer plan for Black 8....Qb7 looks better or even 8..Qd8 after 8..Qb6 9. a4 with a5 and b4 to follow leaves Black short of space. Black ...
 
   Jul-05-21 T Kosintseva vs Yurtaev, 2002
 
magic1949: 7.Nc3!? better 7 Nd4 7? Qe7?! Much better is 7?0-0 After Nd4 a better try for black is 8....Be5 9.Bxg4 Nxg4 10.Nd5 Qh4 11.g3 Qh3 12.Nf4 Bxf4 13.Bxf4 Qg2 14.Qf3 Qxf3 15.Nxf3 O-O-O 16.Nd2 Nge5 After 9?.0-0 (probably best) 10. f3 white has a solid advantage. If 14.Be3, then ...
 
   Jul-05-21 Hernandez Onna vs J de Jesus Hernandez, 1985
 
magic1949: 6? Qe7?! 7 Nd4! Bxe2 (not 7?.Qxe4? 8f3!) 8 Qxe2 Ngf6 9f3 and White is much better.) 8?Nxe4?? A blunder 9 Nxe4 Qxe4 10 f3 wins a piece
 
   Jul-05-21 Shabalov vs P Laub, 1992
 
magic1949: Best is probably 6.Be2 8?.0-0-0 is better for Black( if 9. Nd5 then Qe8) Better 10 ?.Ngf6 to complete development 13 ..Nb6 is weak better 13... h5 15?Rxd3 is a blunder 19 Rxe7 wins outright followed by 20 Rg7 and 21 Nh4 At the end Black is dropping a piece
 
   Apr-18-21 A Jakab vs L Cernousek, 2003
 
magic1949: 9.Qd2! ? playable but unusual - the correct follow up to 9…h6 and the point of Qd2 is to play 10.Qe3+ Be6 11 Rd1 and 12 Bxf6 with about = position. 10 Bh4? g5 now 11.Qe3+ is not so good Be6 12Rd1 Qa5 followed by Bg7 and 0-0 and Black has a crushing game. 13 Bc4 ?? an obvious ...
 
   Apr-18-21 B Roselli Mailhe vs W Bermudez Adams, 2008
 
magic1949: A5 move 10 If white moves his QN then Qb6 is a problem if he plays e3 then the QB can only get to d2 and Qb6 is still a nuisance. Black’s rooks quickly take over the central files. 14…Ne5 immediately looks to be an improvement – white still has a pawn and is theoretically ...
 
   Apr-08-21 D Howell vs Jan Turner, 2001 (replies)
 
magic1949: Obviously not 13 fxg4?? Qf2 mate -- 14. gxf4?? - the pawn is going nowhere - better Nc3 e.g.14.Nc3 O-O 15.Ne2 Bg4 16.Bf3 Bh3 17.Bg2 = -- 16 c5?? White had to play 17 Qf3 or Kh1 black's attack is coming first. The most interesting oversight is 17 ... Rxg2!! to take the white ...
 
   Apr-08-21 Kasparov vs I Gountas, 1996
 
magic1949: 5......Nxd5?? end of game.
 
   Apr-08-21 Unzicker vs V Heuer, 1977 (replies)
 
magic1949: A better try for White to keep an opening edge is 9.Nb3 Nxe4 10.Be3 Bb4+ 11.c3 Qxb5 12.Bxb5 Bd6 13.Nfd4 Bd7 14.Nxc6 Bxc6 15.Bxc6+ bxc6 16.O-O-O a5 17.f3 In the game after 16 0-0 its = (16 Bg5 was a bit better.) 16...0-0? (Black should play Bd7 and aim for 0-0-0) now White gets an ...
 
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