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officeplayer
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   officeplayer has kibitzed 28 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-03-09 B Blumenfeld vs NN, 1903 (replies)
 
officeplayer: G Minchev vs D Miraschiev, 1986
 
   Nov-10-09 Stellwagen vs I Rees, 2009 (replies)
 
officeplayer: As far as i can see, up to 8. ... Qd6 the game was equal (and there is logic behind every move black made, i.e. 8. ... Qd6 unpins the f6 knight, offering white the option to disrupt black pawn structure in exchange for a bishop pair). I dont see the purpose of 9. ... Qb4+ and ...
 
   Oct-30-09 H Munoz Sotomayor vs H Salazar Jacob, 1990 (replies)
 
officeplayer: <formula7: "If 56.Rf6+ then Kg5 wins."> I think white could have tried this line: 56.cxd3 Rc4 57.Rf6+, hoping for 57. ... Kg5? 58.Rg6+ Kxh5 59.Rg1 Rc6 60.Kxf4 c2 61.Rc1 and black must struggle for a draw(although i think he is lost here). <Eggman>, if 58.Rf6+ ...
 
   Oct-18-09 J-L Roos vs Miralles, 1997 (replies)
 
officeplayer: Having in mind that in most of the cases engines evaluate two rooks as 10 pawn units(PU) and the queen is worth only 9 PU and seeing the pawn structure of today's puzzle position, one can quickly sort out a neat combo which leads to a won position for black. 22.Rc1? - here the ...
 
   Mar-05-09 Steinitz vs Schlechter, 1898 (replies)
 
officeplayer: The move 31. ... g5 really did compromise black's position(better was 31. ... Qf5 and if 32.f4 then 32. ... a6 with almost equal position) but anyway after 32.Re6, black should have kept his queen close to her man with 32. ... Qg7, after which white has a slight advantage, and ...
 
   Feb-02-09 Karjakin vs Adams, 2009 (replies)
 
officeplayer: You have right, <vaskokibika> Karjakin missed an even easier win with 32.Qxc6! Rb1+ 33.Rxb1 Bxc6 34.Rb8 and black must give the queen back(34. ... Qxb8, which leaves white a minor piece ahead), because if he tries 34. ... Be8 then 35.Bd6 is fatal for black [since 35. ... ...
 
   Sep-14-08 Ziatdinov vs D Gurevich, 1995 (replies)
 
officeplayer: <TheCap> on 23. ... Nf6, white replies 24.Qd3, counterattacking the black Knight on e3.
 
   Sep-04-08 Tseshkovsky vs I Polgar, 1964 (replies)
 
officeplayer: The moves from my previous post can also be done after 13.Bxh7+ Kh8 14.Ne4, but my engine tells me that moving back the bishop 14.Bd3 is slightly better.
 
   Jul-18-08 Bologan vs B Redon, 1994 (replies)
 
officeplayer: Now after 20.h5, 20. ... Nxd5(which transposes into the position i gave in my previous post) was compulsory to keep the initiative. Instead, black threw it all in White's hands with 20. ... f5?, which creates an illusion about central pressure, but in fact, weakens black king ...
 
   Feb-18-08 A Blees vs Plachetka, 1985 (replies)
 
officeplayer: 37.Bxg5 ; 37. ... hxg5?? - mate in 9: 38.h6+ Kh7 (38. ... Kxh6 39.Qf6+ Kh7 40.Rh1+ and so on) 39.Qf6(see diagram) [DIAGRAM] 39. ... e4 40.Qxb2 Kg6(best) 41.Qg7+ Kf5 42.Qxf7+ Ke5 43.Qe7+ Kf5 44.fxe4+ Kg6 45.Qg7+ Kh5 ...
 
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