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   molle2006 has kibitzed 16 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-22-05 T Fogarasi vs D Breder, 2000 (replies)
molle2006: I was also looking for mate and just forgot the white queen over there... and missed it, argh...
   Nov-04-05 C Bloodgood vs R Halley, 1958
molle2006: lol, at the end white's three center pawns are still standing on d2, e2 and f2
   Oct-12-05 Balashov vs P Biyiasas, 1976 (replies)
molle2006: Argh... I tried something like Bxf7+ in order to fork the queen.
   Oct-09-05 I Platonov vs Savon, 1968 (replies)
molle2006: Argh... I found nearly everything, the two mate threats after Nxd6 (for both knights) ... but missed g5.
   Sep-05-05 Alekhine vs A Love, 1923 (replies)
molle2006: Indeed looks like a simul. Alekhine played a bit too optimistically and then Love broke his defense by just 2 moves.
   Aug-31-05 Anderssen vs Kieseritzky, 1851 (replies)
molle2006: Well, that's the style how they used to play in those days. Start off with Kings Gambit Accepted or maybe Evans Gambit or Vienna and then just throw everything into the battle. Anderssen didn't care about things like his pawn structure, in many games he didn't even castle. In the ...
   Aug-29-05 Shulman vs A Savage, 2002 (replies)
molle2006: Pretty easy... would have been a bit more difficult to also find the move before.
   Aug-22-05 G Borisenko vs Simagin, 1955 (replies)
molle2006: Due to white's passed pawn I was just looking for something like a perpetual check or a fork to get the pawn... then I realized that it's monday - and saw f5+
   Aug-21-05 Marshall vs Burn, 1900 (replies)
molle2006: Isn't there another pipe game, in which the smoker finally drops the pipe out of his mouth because of a striking queen or rook sac?
   Aug-15-05 Ivan Ivanov vs G Minchev, 1992 (replies)
molle2006: Why did white castle kingside? Black's h5 is the first step to break the white pawn shield.
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