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onedog
Member since Nov-18-13 · Last seen Oct-15-18
fifty years a patzer and never getting any better

   onedog has kibitzed 11 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-06-18 J Xiong vs Shabalov, 2017 (replies)
 
onedog: <NBZ:The genius is to see that in fact, Qb6 is tactically possible because of Qxa8 Rxf4+ Ke2 Qf2+...> It should be pointed out that an added difficulty with seeing this is that after 24.♔d3 ♖d4+ 25.♔c3 ♕d2#, sure, but after 24.♔d1 it's not so easy ...
 
   Sep-02-18 J Szmetan vs G Garcia Gonzalez, 1976 (replies)
 
onedog: Mayankk: I got the idea behind d5 sacrifice to clear the long diagonal via an e6 later. However I had Nxd5 first followed by Bxd5. Does it make a difference? Yes it does because black replies 19.Nxb3 with check and then takes on d5 with the bishop, so he isn't forced to move the ...
 
   Jul-10-18 Topalov vs Anand, 2016 (replies)
 
onedog: What I love about this position is that it seems to contradict every "rule" you are told when you are beginning to learn about chess strategy. W completely dominates the long diagonal with the monster B-Q combination. The WR controls the open file in the centre. B's K seems somewhat ...
 
   Apr-03-14 Marshall vs Pillsbury, 1904 (replies)
 
onedog: TheFocus: please point out one punctuation error in one of my kibitzes. I would love to learn the error of my ways from you.
 
   Jan-08-14 S Williams vs The World, 2013 (replies)
 
onedog: My computer analysis (based on the workings of a 57-year-old malfunctioning brain): 30...Nc4 31.R1g3! Rad8 (...Bxf2 32.Rxd3) 32.Rf3 Rd6 33.Rg1 Rgd8 (Rxc6 34.Rxd3) 34.Rc1. I believe white is far from lost, in fact I think those who think we are winning might be a little optimistic. ...
 
   Jan-02-14 Karpov vs Timman, 2013 (replies)
 
onedog: <MartijnakaWipwap: It looks the same like the Fischer vs Spassky, 1972 match. In that game also Ra7 was played, and after that move White's rooks also becomed very strong because the black rooks cann't double. I wonder what happened if black just plays Rc8 followed up by a knight ...
 
   Nov-18-13 Saidy vs Silman, 1989
 
onedog: Silman says white can't play 21.Rxb5 because of ...Ba6 and 22...dxe4 but it doesn't seem so bad for white after (say) 21...Bxa6 22.Ra5 dxe4 23.Bxe5! If black's knight moves to g4, white can play Bxg7 followed by Q(or R)g5+. If black plays 23...Bxd3 24.Rxa8 Qxa8 25.Qxd3! Also, in the ...
 
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