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master8ch
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   master8ch has kibitzed 322 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-12-21 Quinteros vs Larsen, 1973 (replies)
 
master8ch: 36...Qc2+ should end it right there.
 
   Jun-08-21 Grischuk vs Deac, 2021 (replies)
 
master8ch: 23...Qd6 stops the pawn and threatens Rc5, winning it. If White plays Rac1 or, as in the game, b4, Black plays Rh4, attacking the h2 pawn. After White stops that threat, Black answers with Rh5, winning the d5 pawn and balancing material.
 
   Jun-07-21 B Ivanovic vs Keres, 1972
 
master8ch: Keres could have played his Bf5 sac five moves earlier.
 
   Jun-04-21 Keres vs P Dely, 1970 (replies)
 
master8ch: 22.g6 presents Black with the same threats 2 moves earlier. Why wait?
 
   May-28-21 S Hamann vs N Minev, 1963
 
master8ch: I had assumed White played 31.Rc6 in order to follow up with 32.Rxg6+ fxg6 33.Qxg6+ Kh8(or Kf8) 34.Qf6+, and 35.Qxf4. But then I saw 35...Qh3+ 36.Kg1 Nf3+, winning the White Queen.
 
   May-28-21 Kashdan vs Tartakower, 1931
 
master8ch: Black could have won a knight with 26...Bxe2.
 
   May-28-21 J Bolbochan vs Keres, 1937 (replies)
 
master8ch: 51.Bh7 is a huge improvement for White.
 
   May-22-21 S Goundar vs Wongi Baek, 2012 (replies)
 
master8ch: 38.Qh6 would have been a nice way to end it.
 
   May-17-21 Salwe vs Alekhine, 1914 (replies)
 
master8ch: It's not about repetitive sequences (although there are three,) it's about repetitive positions, and they don't even have to be consecutive. After Alekhine played 28...Qh5+, Salwe should have called an arbiter to the board, saying he intended to play 29.Ke1, bringing about a ...
 
   May-15-21 Chernin vs P Bono, 2005 (replies)
 
master8ch: A simple reply to Black's last move is 35.Qe5, guarding g3, keeping the Knight pinned, and strengthening the threat of Rxg7.
 
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