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mpmeints
Member since Aug-22-07 · Last seen Jul-01-09
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   mpmeints has kibitzed 14 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-19-09 D Stets vs M Oleksienko, 2009 (replies)
 
mpmeints: I think some have ignored another variation: KE7 BxE7 BxE7 (pressuring the rooks) QxC2 (Check) KA2 and now black can do nothing to stop the rook from checking on the open G file and then forcing White to bring the queen back and then get taken RxG7 the pxG7 then queen
 
   Sep-03-08 Opocensky vs Alekhine, 1925 (replies)
 
mpmeints: What am I missing? Sorry, at work and do not have time to read all the discussion and work out the variations, but in one message it was said that 23 Re8 will fail. Why, it seems that anything that gets whites queen away from the knight will lead to a mate in two, or worse case, ...
 
   Oct-24-07 F J Perez Perez vs Ivkov, 1962 (replies)
 
mpmeints: I think one thing some are missing with BXE4 is that Black can do RG1 G6 and force a trade or force white off the row so he can take the bishop without giving SM since the king can go to F1 when the rook is moved.. If he swaps black still has the advantage. There is nothing forcing
 
   Oct-16-07 K Wockenfuss vs Ulf Andersson, 1977 (replies)
 
mpmeints: Again a question-move 79 why doesn't black take the pawn at H7. White can take back (rook to F7 as he does)with check, but he now can move to G6 abd pressure the rook and capture another pawn and gain a material lead. What am I missing?
 
   Oct-05-07 J Kostro vs W Schmidt, 1968 (replies)
 
mpmeints: I am going to ask what must be the obvious (but I am missing-being at work and not having a much time to look). Why did white not play 26 King H2 and take the rook while the bishop has blocked the rooks protection. I know black can pull the bishop back and threaten the white rook ...
 
   Sep-26-07 A Kosten vs Adorjan, 1988 (replies)
 
mpmeints: psmith: <mpmeints> After 54...axb4 55. cxb4 Bxb4 56. Kf3 White easily blocks the Black pawns. Black can't make progress. Opposite colored Bishops leads to a draw. (Correct me if I'm wrong.) I have not worked it out, but I would think that with the pawns on black and a bishop ...
 
   Sep-07-07 A Rodriguez Cespedes vs I Herrera, 1990 (replies)
 
mpmeints: insanecharka: why didnt this puzzle start on move 19.? I think that would have tipped the difficulty scale a bit...
 
   Aug-24-07 F Olafsson vs Unzicker, 1970 (replies)
 
mpmeints: I looked from a different perspective, I figure the rook/knight exchange, but to clear the way for queen Qe8+ Blk Rook take queen- wht pawn takes rook (becomes queen) + queen takes queen and bishop takes queen and has what seems like a winning end game for white. If black play KH8 ...
 
   Aug-22-07 Zsuzsa Polgar vs V I Dimitrov, 1984 (replies)
 
mpmeints: Then the Knight fork at D7 takes the queen-but not an imediate mate as was mentioned earlier.
 
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