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mel gibson
Member since Nov-28-13 · Last seen Sep-30-23
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   mel gibson has kibitzed 2390 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-30-23 P Tregubov vs S Williams, 2006 (replies)
mel gibson: I chose 25. c5 to use the power of 2 connected passed pawns. Stockfish 16 follows the game line saying: 25. Rxf5 (25. Rxf5 (Rf1xf5 Qg6xf5 Qe2xh5 Qf5-h7 Qh5xh7+ Kg8xh7 c4-c5 Ra8-h8 d5-d6 Re7-e8 b3-b4 g5-g4 Ra1-g1 Re8-e6 Rg1-f1 Kh7-g8 Ne4-g3 e5-e4 Bg2xe4 Re6-h6 Rf1-f2 Nf7xd6 ...
   Sep-29-23 V Frias Pablaza vs R J McMichael, 1994 (replies)
mel gibson: That's too easy - LOL
   Sep-29-23 H Stefansson vs J Norqvist, 1998 (replies)
mel gibson: I saw that first ply but didn't calculate out all the possibilities. Stockfish 16 says: 23. Nxf7 (23. Nxf7 (Nh6xf7 Bc8-e6 Qc4xe6 Qb6xe6 Bb3xe6 Rf8xf7 Bc1-b2 Be7-d8 Bb2xc3 Rf7-e7 Be6-d5 Bd8xa5 Bc3xa5 Ra8-b8 g2-g3 Kg7-f6 Ba5-c3 Kf6-f5 Re1-e3 Rb8-b1+ Kg1-g2 Kf5-f6 f2-f4 Re7-e8 ...
   Sep-28-23 I Ivanov vs R Henley, 1983 (replies)
mel gibson: I missed that. Stockfish 16 says: 20. Rxd7 (20. Rxd7 (Ra7xd7 Qc4-b4 Ng5-e6+ Kg7-h8 Qd2xb4 Nd5xb4 Ne6xf8 Nf6xd7 Nf8xd7 Re8-d8 Bg2-h3 Nb4-c2 Re1-d1 c5-c4 Ne4-c3 b5-b4 Nc3-e4 c4-c3 b2xc3 b4-b3 Ne4-d2 Rd8-c8 c3-c4 e7-e6 Nd2xb3 Rc8xc4 Rd1-c1 Nc2-a3 Rc1xc4 Na3xc4 Bh3xe6 Nc4-e5 ...
   Sep-28-23 J Gallagher vs Balashov, 1991 (replies)
mel gibson: Too hard for me. You had to see that the Black Queen could not be saved. Stockfish 16 says: 16. Ne5 (16. Ne5 (Nf3-e5 Bd4xe5 Ne4-f6+ Be5xf6 Qh4xc4+ Kg8-h8 Qc4-f7 Rd8-g8 Ra1-e1 Nc6-d8 Qf7-d5 a7-a5 Bd6-e7 Ra8-a6 Be7xf6 Ra6xf6 Qd5xc5 Nd8-e6 Qc5xa5 f5-f4 ) +4.90/48 382) score for ...
   Sep-27-23 A Fominyh vs Sveshnikov, 1995 (replies)
mel gibson: That was easy. Stockfish 16 says: 21. Bxd5 (21. Bxd5 (Bg2xd5 Bc8-e6 Bd5xe6 Qd8-f6 Qh5-f3 Kg8-g7 Qf3xc6 Ra8-g8 Bd2-f4 b5-b4 c3xb4 a6-a5 Qc6xc4 Rg8-f8 Be6xf7 Qf6xf7 Qc4xf7+ Rf8xf7 Ra1xa5 Rf7-d7 Ra5-a6 Kg7-f7 b4-b5 Kf7-f8 Re1-e5 Rd7xd4 Re5xf5+ Kf8-e8 Ra6-a8+ Ke8-e7 Ra8-a7+ Ke7-e6
   Sep-27-23 Bogoljubov vs Reti, 1923 (replies)
mel gibson: I saw that but I also saw that e3-e4 would block the fast mate. Stockfish 16 says: (36. .. Bxg2+ (Bd5xg2+ Rg1xg2 Ra2-a1+ Rg2-g1 Qb6-b7+ e3-e4 Ra1xg1+ Kh1xg1 Qb7-b6 Kg1-f1 Qb6xd4 Qh6-h3 Qd4xd3+ Qh3xd3 Rd8xd3 Kf1-e2 Rd3-b3 b4-b5 Rb3xb5 Ke2-e3 f7-f5 e4xf5 e6xf5 Ke3-d4 Rb5-b4+ ...
   Sep-26-23 Sadvakasov vs O Fachini Neto, 1993 (replies)
mel gibson: I didn't see that. Stockfish 16 says: 25. Rxf6 (25. Rxf6 (Re6xf6 Qa5-d8 Rf6xf8 Qd8xf8 Qg3-e3 Kc8-b8 g2-g4 Qf8-g7 Nc3-e2 h6-h5 g4xh5 Qg7-h7 Rc1-g1 Rg8xg1+ Ne2xg1 Qh7xh5 Ng1-e2 Kb8-c8 Kb1-c2 ) +6.10/48 665) score for White +6.10 depth 48.
   Sep-26-23 A Steinkuehler vs Blackburne, 1863 (replies)
mel gibson: All forced moves. Nice mate pattern.
   Sep-25-23 A Potapov vs V Karlik, 2002 (replies)
mel gibson: Tricky - I saw 38. Rxh7+ but I wasn't sure if it would work. Stockfish 16 says: 38. Rxh7+ (38. Rxh7+ Kxh7 (Kg7xh7 Qf3xf6 Nf7-d8 Ke2-f1 Rb4-b1+ Kf1-g2 Nd8xc6 Qf6-f7+ Kh7-h8 Qf7-f8+ Kh8-h7 Nd2-f3 Qc7-d8 Qf8-f7+ Kh7-h8 Bd7xc6 Rb1-c1 Bc6-e8 Rc1-c8 Qf7-f8+ Kh8-h7 Kg2-h3 Qd8-d7+ ...
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