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   Nov-30-17 Barbero vs G Andruet, 1986 (replies)
numbersguy70: 34.e6 isn't even the most direct route. Mate in 8 starts with Qf6, then either e6, Qc6, or Rh8.
   Nov-11-17 A Chandra vs W So, 2016 (replies)
numbersguy70: <patzer2>: Seems to me today's Saturday puzzle (23...?) is more a study in active positional play than it is in computing a winning combination. Well said. I need to learn not to be annoyed by puzzles that don't have a clear win as a solution.
   Dec-20-16 A Szewczak vs V Sergeev, 2005
numbersguy70: 51...a1 (N) was a nice taunt for not resigning 25 moves earlier
   Nov-30-16 Carlsen - Karjakin World Championship Match (2016) (replies)
numbersguy70: Kaspy has done too much jail time just for speaking to give any slack to a soldier of Putin's
   Nov-23-16 Karjakin vs Carlsen, 2016 (replies)
numbersguy70: 46.Qd4 is a great move. Everything the computer likes to hold (K to e file or Bf4) looks ugly on the surface.
   Nov-24-15 Y Sakharov vs Nezhmetdinov, 1957 (replies)
numbersguy70: I think it's a Tuesday puzzle because the solution is only two moves deep. Easily won endgame after knight is won, though I agree, not the typical deathblow we're used to seeing in puzzles.
   Nov-06-15 Soltis vs Shabalov, 1992
numbersguy70: Time may have been an issue for Black, who missed 32...Nh3+, winning.
   Dec-25-14 Marko Nikolic vs H Ganaus, 2008 (replies)
numbersguy70: Looks like Bg4 by black is a move late, giving white the chance to deter with h3 a move earlier, holding black to a slight edge. 10.Nc3 wastes this chance, though, and the text attack is more severe as a result.
   Jun-29-14 M Talbot vs C G Ward, 2013
numbersguy70: White missed a chance to win a piece with 14...d5! This takes the black queen's only flight square in the face of Ra1, and if she tries to capture to it, Rd1 (either) wins the bishop.
   Jun-26-14 Savon vs H Ree, 1965
numbersguy70: lesson of the game is to not be in a rush to grab weak pawns. they aren't going anywhere. black traded off his best defender, the dsb, just to grab an isolated pawn, and gave white's dsb a full pass. not good.
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