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   pokerplayer has kibitzed 8 times to chessgames  
   Mar-24-20 Ivkov vs Gufeld, 1964 (replies)
pokerplayer: After 29...Qxc6, 30. Nf5 or Nh5 will win easily.
   Sep-23-18 Panov vs Bondarevsky, 1937 (replies)
pokerplayer: agb2002 A.2 line: After 19. Kf3, instead of an immediate Ne5+, ... Re3+ 20. Be3 Ne5# is much faster
   Oct-20-14 FIDE Grand Prix Tashkent (2014) (replies)
pokerplayer: Just to be definitive: Most rounds start at 2PM in Tashkent which is 5AM EDT. The last round (on 11/2) starts at 11AM in Tashkent, which is exactly when those in EDT switch to Standard Time (i.e. the last round starts at 2AM EDT=1AM EST).
   Apr-10-13 Kasparov vs Yurtaev, 1981 (replies)
pokerplayer: FSR's line doesn't deal with the defense 31.. Rd4 (instead of Qd6), which sets up a block of the g file.
   Sep-01-12 Gipslis vs Razuvaev, 1982 (replies)
pokerplayer: < Dr. J: So far there has been a lot of trouble disposing of 26 Rxe7 Rxe7 27 hxg5 Rg6. Several commenters have continued 28 Qh8+ Rg8 29 Qh6+ Rg7 30 g6!, but so far only <cyclon> spotted the defense 30...Kg8!. But <cyclon's> continuation 31 Rd8? fails against ...
   Jun-21-11 M Makropoulou vs A U Enkhtuul, 2008 (replies)
pokerplayer: Somewhat flawed esthetically, as after 44. Bxh7+ Kxh7, the moves 45. g8=Q+ Rxg8 46. Qh5+ are just as efficient as the moves in the game.
   May-03-11 J A Curdo vs L Mercuri, 1982 (replies)
pokerplayer: In ErnieCohen's line: 16. Be8 Qe7 17. Rg1 Nxg1 18. Rxg1 Qf8 19. Rg4 consider Bxf2 for Black instead of d5. For instance, 20. Nh5 Rxg4 21. Qxf8+ Rg8 with the threat of Rg1#. Or 20. h3 Be3.
   Mar-22-11 S Salihu vs Urkedal, 2008 (replies)
pokerplayer: After 39. Be6, Nc4+ is not just a spite check as it allows Black to play Bc7 stopping an immediate win. 39...Bc7 with the idea of 40. Qxc7 Nc4+ may even be a little better (but still losing). So, the game move is stronger than Be6.
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