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   njchess has kibitzed 630 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-23-21 S Yu vs P Kotsur, 1999 (replies)
njchess: 22. ... ♕h4 practically leaps off the board as the move to be played. But it is the subtle 24. ... ♗e5 that is more difficult to see. The remaining knight moves are a product of a mating web.
   Jul-18-21 Rozentalis vs P Nikolic, 1994 (replies)
njchess: 18. ♕h4 is certainly a strong candidate move for White, especially since White's queen is being threatened, and it is the one that I would have played here. However, it does not lead to an advantage for White, and is therefore, hard to know if it is the "right" move. For ...
   Jul-16-21 V Akopian vs Sveshnikov, 1993 (replies)
njchess: I got 31. h6+ ♔g6 after looking at the position for about a minute. What troubled me was Black's queen covering f5. Then, I saw I had time to play 32. g4, which then allowed 33. ♕h3 +-
   Jul-12-21 Capablanca vs H E Chambers, 1912 (replies)
njchess: I got the pun! Time Has Come Today is played nearly every New Years Eve, especially on classic rock stations. This game is from a simul exhibition when Capa was just 24 yrs old. I wonder if it was a blindfold exhibition, which would explain the terrible play from the future world ...
   Jun-28-21 D Salinnikov vs F Afanasiev, 1999 (replies)
njchess: <Water Glattke> 23. ♘hf6+ ♗xf6 24. ♘xf6+ ♘xf6 25. ♖xf6 ♕c7 ∓ Better for White is 23. ♖xf7 ♘xf7 24. ♗e6 ♘xg5 25. ♗xg5 ♗xd5 26. ♖xf7 ♗xe6 27. ♖g7+ ♔f8 28. ♕f3+ +-
   Jun-26-21 R Mamedov vs Areshchenko, 2007 (replies)
njchess: The rook sac is pretty obvious. 30. ... ♔a8 less so, but a necessary move for the attack. The ending is a bit strange. White is up material but will struggle to get any attack going. Black has lots of options but White can defend with accurate play. I'm thinking it was a time ...
   Jun-25-21 K Asrian vs B Belotti, 2001 (replies)
njchess: Once I evaluated ♘dxb5 I was pretty sure that would be the game line, and the puzzle solution. With 11. ♘dxb5 not only are you capturing Black's queen, but you are removing Black's opposing pawn on the a-file. Given the resulting position, this exchange creates a ...
   Jun-18-21 S Bouaziz vs Miles, 1979 (replies)
njchess: A fairly well known game from GM Tony Miles. I don't know if it won any brilliancy prize but it is amazing all the same. Still, the talk of the tournament was the resurgence of Tal, who scored 14 out of 17, with no losses against a pretty strong field.
   Jun-17-21 N Mohota vs J Arizmendi Martinez, 2006 (replies)
njchess: Strange. "There is no kibitzing for this page, yet." Something tells me there is a back end error generating the kibitzing log. I had to choose between the Black bishops. I settled on 25. ... ♗h3. This led to 26. ♗xh6 ♗xg2 27. ♗xg7 ♗xf3+ 28. ♔d2 ...
   Jun-12-21 M Tan vs M Ulybin, 2008 (replies)
njchess: 22. ... ♖c7 is a sublime move, and I think the justification for 19. ... ♖xf3. It allows Black to bring his light squared bishop to bear on White's light squared deficient kingside. All of a sudden, White's doubled f3 pawn is a glaring weak spot. Nicely done.
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