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   master8ch has kibitzed 94 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-07-19 Aronian vs Ding Liren, 2019
master8ch: Black has no acceptable response to White's 33.Nf3.
   Dec-04-19 W A Brown vs R Kneebone, 1985
master8ch: With 24.gxf8=R#, White could've had three rooks to one, leaving a more memorable final impression.
   Nov-29-19 Harry Bogdanor vs B Goulding Brown, 1914 (replies)
master8ch: Instead of 20.Rxd5 and 21.Bxf6, why not reverse these moves and totally screw up Black's pawn structure?
   Nov-29-19 G Milos vs S Atalik, 1992
master8ch: 19.Bg6 looks much stronger than 19.Bxf7.
   Nov-22-19 V Da Vilhete vs P Marie, 2006
master8ch: A very different way to win: 18.Qxd6+ Qxd6 19.Rxd6 Kxd6 20.f5+ Ne5 21.Rd1+, and White ends up ahead in material and way ahead in development.
   Nov-10-19 A Haik vs Skembris, 1981
master8ch: Since chess is all about mating your opponent, it's very unusual to see a move this surprising when it actually forces mate. The rook sac on move 18 seems to indicate that White saw this amazing finale 4 moves in advance. WOW!
   Nov-10-19 J K Duda vs Yu Yangyi, 2019 (replies)
master8ch: If 34.Bxc8 Ra1+ 35.Ke2 Re1+, and the White King would have to go all the way to b8 in order to have the bishop interposition to escape perpetual check.
   Nov-09-19 Grischuk vs R Wojtaszek, 2019 (replies)
master8ch: 24...Rxg2 25.Kxg2 Bxd6 26.exd6 f5 looks good for Black.
   Nov-09-19 C S Howell vs R P Michell, 1907
master8ch: 17.Rxe7+ is prettier. If 17...Kd8 18.Rxg7 fxg5(What else?) 19.Qf6+ Kc8 20.Rc1 and 21.Qf7.
   Nov-08-19 Caruana vs Mamedyarov, 2019 (replies)
master8ch: When I first played this over, I thought 34...Nf4 won instantly, but then 35.Nf6+ forces perpetual check.
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