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mpl
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   mpl has kibitzed 55 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-25-12 A Mindlin vs T Toikka, 2012
 
mpl: With 31... ♕xd4+ black misses the prophylactic and winning move 31... ♔h7!!, which covers h8. A possible continuation: 32. ♖xg6 ♕e1+ 33. ♔h2 ♖xh3+! 34. ♔xh3 ♕h1+ 35. ♖h2 ♕f3+ 36. ♔h4 ♖xg6!
 
   Jul-22-12 Oll vs T Darcyl, 1984
 
mpl: Black missed a nice drawing resource. Instead of 40... ♔e7? he could have played: 40... f3! 41. gxf3 ▢ ♘3f2+ 42. ♔g1 (♔g2 ♘e3+) ♘h3+ 41. ♔h1 (♔f1 ♘e3+) ♘f2+ =
 
   Jul-21-12 G Giorgadze vs Oll, 1983
 
mpl: 25... ♖h5! 26. ♔g1 ♖c7! and a lot of tactics with knight forks on both sides is in the air, with the better end for black.
 
   Jul-19-12 Oll vs E Moldobaev, 1983
 
mpl: 24. ♖xb6! starts a great combination, that is based on the bounded rook on c5 and the double thread Δ xg7, Δ xe2 after 27. ♕b2!
 
   Jul-04-12 Bronstein vs G Uusi, 1956 (replies)
 
mpl: 28. ♕d7!! is fantastic. A move against the "reflex" 28. gxf3. White could have finished the game a little bit earlier with the quiet 31. ♕d6! instead of 31. ♖xf6+.
 
   Jul-02-12 Bronstein vs Aronin, 1952 (replies)
 
mpl: 29. ♖xh6? is a blunder and looses! What both players overlooked was the move 31... ♖f6 after which black survives the attack with a lot more material. E.g.; 32. ♕xf5 ♔f8! or 32. ♗xf6+ ♔xf6 Much better and winning was the quiet 29. e6!! after which ...
 
   May-14-12 A Kats vs C Baginskaite, 2012 (replies)
 
mpl: Black missed the very cool 34... ♕g2+! which draws: 34... ♕g2+! 35. ♔xg2 fxg6 36. ♔h1 ♗g5! 37. ♖xb1 ( ♕xg5 ♕f5! ) gxh5 39. ♖xg5+ ♔h7
 
   May-13-12 Stripunsky vs Seirawan, 2012 (replies)
 
mpl: I don't see anything for white after 38.. ♖a6 Δ ♖a4 with counterplay against b4.
 
   Apr-08-12 Yifan Hou vs Li Shilong, 2012 (replies)
 
mpl: After playing a great ruy lopez 38. ♗a6? throws away a winning position. Instead of chasing for more material, Yifan Hou should have taken care for her king. After 38. ♔h2 or 38. ♕c2 black has no more counterplay and the passed b-pawn and the exchange is enough to win ...
 
   Oct-04-11 Tarrasch vs E Schallopp, 1885 (replies)
 
mpl: A game of missed changes. After whites 38. ♕xc5 black could equalize by 38. ..g4!!. The pawn is immune due to 39. ..♕f2 (after 39. fg) and 39. ..♕h4 (after 39. hg). Therefore: 39. ♕c3 gxh3+ 40. ♔xg3 ♕f4+! 41. ♔xh2 ♕h6+ 42. ♔g2 ...
 
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