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newold
Member since Aug-06-04 · Last seen Oct-17-05
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   newold has kibitzed 31 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-17-05 Kulaots vs J Geller, 2002 (replies)
 
newold: <notsodeepthoutght> In fact 6. ... Nge7 was a routine move - 6. ... Nxd4 was required. But these blunders can happen for everybody, even strong masters. Who can say that it never happens to him(her)self ??
 
   Jan-13-05 L Ross vs D B Gurevich, 2004 (replies)
 
newold: <duckets> I remember two games: a game from the match Fischer-Ta´manov 1971, when in an bishop versus knight ending Ta´manov made at some moment the only loosing move a game of Hubner, in a world candidate match (perhaps against Korchnoi but I dont remember exactly) : in this ...
 
   Jan-12-05 Mackenzie vs F Hollins, 1893 (replies)
 
newold: <Nickisimo> It seems that on 10. ... Nxf1+ white has simply 11. Nxh4. The point on 10. ...Bf2+ is to provoque a double check on the next move.
 
   Jan-07-05 NN vs R Crepeaux, 1923 (replies)
 
newold: <pogo5> fine, you're perfectly right !!
 
   Jan-06-05 T Hermansson vs Judit Polgar, 1988 (replies)
 
newold: <CHEG> and <maxundmoritz> I agree with maxundmoritz, it's seems that white eventually loose after 40. Rh8 Kg7 41. Rbg8+ Kf6 42. Bd6 Bg1 and either 43.Kg3 or 43. Kh1 then black mates by the pattern 43. ... Bf2, 44. ... Rh1, 45. ... Qb1 and 46. Qg1 mate
 
   Jan-03-05 Pillsbury vs Fernandez, 1900 (replies)
 
newold: <mindlessone> after 7. ... Qh4+, 8.g3 Bxd1 9. gxh4 d6xe5 (if 9. ... Bxc2 then 10. Nxf7 catch the rook h8) 10. Kxd1 and white is a piece up.
 
   Jan-03-05 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
newold: <cu8sfan> Thanks for your answer about Judit. But I dont understand the rule because some players have zero games but are still rated. I just guess Judit will recover her previous rating (just in the fridge).
 
   Jan-03-05 Khalifman vs Nisipeanu, 1999 (replies)
 
newold: <flyboy216> thanks for your precision !
 
   Dec-30-04 Svidler vs Leko, 1999 (replies)
 
newold: <noone2> on 37 ... R8d7 38. Rd1 black has 38. ... Rc1 ! and it's not so clear ...
 
   Dec-28-04 Krasenkow vs Klovans, 1987 (replies)
 
newold: One more variation : 57. Qh7+ Nh7 58. gh7+ Rg6 59. Rg6+ Qg6 60. Bg6 and white wins just due to the d5 extra pawn (without this pawn, the ending would be draw because the h7 pawn is the bad pawn with the colour of the bishop).
 
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