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pepechuy
Member since Oct-09-19 · Last seen Dec-09-19
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   pepechuy has kibitzed 4 times to chessgames  
   Nov-11-19 Fischer vs Benko, 1959 (replies)
 
pepechuy: The decisive mistake is 56... Rb6. Black can draw with 56... Ra6. If 57. Rg7 Kd7 58. Rg7 Kc8 59. Kc5, Black has several moves that draw, but I think the simplest one is 59... Kb8. <outplayer>
 
   Nov-08-19 Fischer vs Benko, 1959 (replies)
 
pepechuy: Did Fischer really play 38. Kh1? (it is a question, I am not implying it is a bad move). In "The best endings of Capablanca and Fischer", it is 38. Kg1.
 
   Oct-29-19 Capablanca vs Janowski, 1916
 
pepechuy: 61... Bd8? loses (the position before that move is drawn). 62. Kd4 wins, instead Capablanca played 62. Kf4? 77... Bc5? loses again, Janowski could keep the draw with 77... Kg7 81. Bc3? is the final mistake by Capablanca, when he had four winning moves (Be1, Bd2, Bc5 and Bd6). And ...
 
   Oct-23-19 E Steiner vs Capablanca, 1928 (replies)
 
pepechuy: I have two comments/questions. Is it A. Steiner or E. Steiner? Was move 67. Rh2 or 67. Ra2? In "the best endings of Capablanca and Fischer", it is A. Steiner and 67. Rh2
 
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