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manselton
Member since Apr-26-15 · Last seen Jan-22-20
UK, 30+ years ago played at about 2000 rating
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   manselton has kibitzed 270 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-03-19 Rubinstein vs J Mieses, 1909
 
manselton: Position after the analysis line 52...e2! [DIAGRAM] And now 53.Re3 Kg4 54.f6 Kg5 55.b3 (not 55.f7? Rxf7 with a check on e7.) Black must be careful not to play 55...Rxf6? 56.Rxe2 which is a tablebase loss but rather 55...Kg6! which draws.
 
   Sep-30-19 V S Popov vs M Mchedlishvili, 2002 (replies)
 
manselton: The final position after 59.Qxb6 is lost for White. So I assume Black lost on time at move 58.
 
   Sep-30-19 V S Popov vs S Atalik, 2008
 
manselton: What happened? This game is still even at the end.
 
   Jul-09-19 O Korneev vs Wojtkiewicz, 1997 (replies)
 
manselton: So why has Black won this game?
 
   Jun-02-19 Averbakh vs Botvinnik, 1955
 
manselton: Position after 27.Bd1 [DIAGRAM] Shereshevsky <The pawn formation is not symmetric. Black's K-side pawns can easily advance, cramping White's position. White has no way of opposing this plan. Play on the Q-side will only create weaknesses so he can only watch the unfolding of ...
 
   May-30-19 R P Michell vs Tartakower, 1925
 
manselton: After 54.Nxh2?? Black's win is straight forward.
 
   Apr-15-19 W Spoelman vs V Y Gurevich, 2017
 
manselton: Some quiet line. Not knowing this game until after the fact I played White in a correspondence game. After 11.Qf4 [DIAGRAM] I got 11...g5! with a pretty much forced continuation 12.Qxg5 Rg8 13.Qf4 Nh5 14.Qh6 Qe5 15.Rb1 Rg6 16.Qxh7 Nf4 17.cxd5 Bf5 18.Bb2 Qe4 19.Qh8+ Kd7 20.Bb5+ Kc7
 
   Mar-31-19 Ribli vs Pinter, 1982
 
manselton: 35.Kg5! [DIAGRAM] A bold move winning material due to a surprising, very strong and pretty move 37. The game continued 35...d4 36.Bxd4 Nd8 37.Bg7! Gotta be worth a FEN [DIAGRAM]
 
   Mar-30-19 Polugaevsky vs Mecking, 1971
 
manselton: 52.e4 is another zugzwang. [DIAGRAM] The rest is straightforward.
 
   Mar-28-19 Szabo vs V S Korensky, 1973
 
manselton: BTW, Korensky was Russian <Federation> Champion in 1973 and not USSR champ.
 
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