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   perfessor has kibitzed 67 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-20-19 Nakamura vs Aronian, 2019 (replies)
perfessor: <There has been along pause.> And during that pause, I was thinking that the one move Aronian would not make was Rfd8, because of Bxf7+. Huh.
   Oct-08-19 F Reinfeld vs I A Horowitz, 1938 (replies)
perfessor: <YoungEd> That looks like a winning plan to me too.
   Oct-08-19 I Denisov vs R Skomorokhin, 2009 (replies)
perfessor: 37...Rxc2 38. Kxc2 Qxd3+ 39. Kc1 Bd2+ 40. Kd1 Be3+ 41. Ke1 Qd2 mate.
   Apr-16-19 Suba vs Tal, 1977 (replies)
perfessor: Outside passed pawns are a good thing, especially when you have two.
   Mar-11-19 James Thompson vs Morphy, 1857
perfessor: I liked 37. ...a5! and 38. ...a4! immobilizing the pawn before attacking it. Clearly Morphy had studied up on his Nimzovitch.
   Dec-18-18 Stockfish vs AlphaZero, 2018 (replies)
perfessor: <No defence against Bf8 and Bg7!> Or, Be7 and Bf6, winning even more material.
   Dec-14-18 Pillsbury vs Burn, 1895
perfessor: "... a queen too much." An unnecessary but entertaining annotation.
   Nov-28-18 L B Hansen vs G Vescovi, 1995 (replies)
perfessor: That clot of Black pieces on the queenside look like a Sam LLoyd helpmate problem.
   Sep-29-18 C Bauer vs Korchnoi, 2000
perfessor: Suppose Black heads to the Q-side with his king. The best he can do is allow a pawn trade, then win the White bishop for the other pawn. Then the White king cannot be forced away from h1 because the remaining bishop is the wrong color. A dead draw as can be found in all the books.
   Sep-06-18 J Xiong vs Shabalov, 2017 (replies)
perfessor: <An Engliishman: I thought the white queen could block the black queen to avoid mate in the final position.> if 27. Qe3 Rxe7 with mate next move.
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