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pikoro
Member since Oct-20-03 · Last seen Dec-28-11
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   pikoro has kibitzed 28 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-12-09 M Umansky vs The World, 2009 (replies)
 
pikoro: Did anybody analyze what happens after 36...Qxe2 37.Qf7+, Kh7 or h8 38.Qxc7 I only see analysis for 38.Bd4
 
   Dec-18-06 The World vs A Nickel, 2006 (replies)
 
pikoro: <Rookfile> 36...Qe8 is not forced. GMAN can also move Re8 threatening our Queen. If Qxd6, then Qxa5, killing our advantage of the advanced pawn and getting rid of a doubled pawn. b4 is still my vote.
 
   Nov-02-06 S Danailov vs Kramnik, 1992
 
pikoro: <Father Karras> Did you chant your incantations to exorcise the Devil Topalov and his legion of demons?
 
   Oct-10-05 Topalov vs Morozevich, 2005 (replies)
 
pikoro: <sharpnova> I am not analyzing with programs. 46.Qb5 indeed looks good. However Black can still go back and immobilize the rook. If 45. Bd5, Qb6 46. Re7 wins. Even after 45. Ba2, Qb6 46. Bd5 was possible, "fixing it". The worst was losing the exchange of the powerful rook on ...
 
   Sep-11-05 Korchnoi vs S Nedeljkovic, 1957 (replies)
 
pikoro: <jahhaj>Yes, you are right. I was capitalizing on a blunder by black to interpose the rook, if he doesn't, then in fact he does escape. If, however, the rook is taken with check on move 34, as you suggest, there is no way to escape mate. This is what happens when you look for ...
 
   Jul-18-05 Pg Abu Bakar Hj Ibrahim vs A A Rauf, 2001
 
pikoro: Ibrahim missed mate 23.Qc4++
 
   Aug-25-04 Stefansson vs Karpov, 2004 (replies)
 
pikoro: 50...Rd1+ 51.RxR...RxR+ 52.Re1...RxR++ ?????
 
   Aug-22-04 Anand vs Illescas Cordoba, 1992 (replies)
 
pikoro: <rags> Yes, yes. I saw that one. However, since White has already sacrificed a knight that only leaves him a pawn up, material-wise. Of course, White's position is superior, just trying to think what was the best move in the given circumstances. Thanks.
 
   Jul-02-04 B T Vladimirov vs Z Doda, 1967 (replies)
 
pikoro: 25.Bg7+...Bxg7 26.Qd8+...Bf8 27.QxB++
 
   Jun-14-04 The World (replies)
 
pikoro: <chessgames.com> OK, I see everything is gone now. You love to nuke in a sublimated manner, maybe we could be friends...
 
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