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mandy64
Member since May-17-06 · Last seen Sep-24-19
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   mandy64 has kibitzed 49 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-17-19 K Honfi vs Lokvenc, 1962
 
mandy64: Some annotation from his son, Gyorgy Honfi (translated by me) Nowdays, in 2005, they would rather try 10..Bc6 14..Qc8 Black defends his pawn, as he can. It can not pe pushed, because then c6 would be fatally weakened. The reply to the natural 14..Nc5 would be the nasty e5. 16..Nb6
 
   Feb-04-19 Dennis Posocco vs Ezra Terryn, 2017 (replies)
 
mandy64: The siberian trap, a Morra gambit player should know it.
 
   Jul-28-15 Nunn vs Csom, 1977
 
mandy64: @ Ch3st: if 31..f6, the queen at c7 defends the g7 pawn, that is the purpose of the move.
 
   Jul-25-15 J Robertson vs E Williams, 1841 (replies)
 
mandy64: Because after 26. exf7 Qxe2 27. fxe8=Q Rxe8 black threatens with both a back rank mate and with Qb2 forking the rook and the knight. So, 28. Nc2 is the only option, but 28.. d3 wins at least a piece. [DIAGRAM]
 
   Jul-23-14 R Rapport vs T Rogers, 2014 (replies)
 
mandy64: Give Rogers a break! 4..Nd7 was an overshight, it does NOT mean that he is a weak, overrated player. @#$% happens, we are humans, not computers. Even Karpov could lose in 12 moves due to a simple double attack pattern. Christiansen vs Karpov, 1993
 
   Feb-27-14 Boleslavsky vs Nezhmetdinov, 1957 (replies)
 
mandy64: What's the idea of 30. h3?
 
   Jan-14-14 Igor Kurnosov (replies)
 
mandy64: His game against Kozul should be in his notable games (one of my all-time favourites): Z Kozul vs I Kurnosov, 2010
 
   Jun-17-13 H Pfleger vs Z Domnitz, 1964 (replies)
 
mandy64: 27. Rd6 is not so spectacular, but winning a knight in such an overwhelming position should be enough to win the game.
 
   May-27-13 F Jackson vs C Flanders, 2006 (replies)
 
mandy64: Also 46. Re1 would have been a winning move.
 
   Aug-16-12 E F Pecci vs Fritz, 2001 (replies)
 
mandy64: The point of 21. Rdg1 is to defend the g5 pawn. In your line, after 24. Rh1, black can play 24..Qxg5+ and 25..Qxf6. White has no mate and down in material.
 
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