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   ppm has kibitzed 28 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-30-18 Yifan Hou vs Ju Wenjun, 2017 (replies)
ppm: With 32..Qb2+ 33.Kd1 Nb4, Black goes a queen up or wins by move 38.
   Dec-31-08 Rajkovic vs M O Jovanovic, 2008 (replies)
ppm: <beginner64>, if 20)..Qxe6, then 21)Nxf6+ is better.
   Dec-04-08 E Ghaem Maghami vs B Roselli Mailhe, 2008 (replies)
ppm: Sorry...missed 34..Ng7 as pointed out by <zb2cr>
   Nov-29-08 Suetin vs Shcherbakov, 1991 (replies)
ppm: ozmikey, you're right about 41.Kc3 (and thanks for the KvsK reference)
   Jul-16-07 L Monosson vs M Fauque, 1935 (replies)
ppm: Just wondering if there was a 'Monday mate' if black had played 5..Kf8.
   Jul-06-07 Karpov vs Taimanov, 1977 (replies)
ppm: The puzzle was easy but 36..Qd4 shows great panoramic vision.
   Jun-23-07 Krogius vs O Chernikov, 1970 (replies)
ppm: <whatthefat>, To 14..Qd7, 15. Ne5, black could reply with 15..Qg7. I agree 14..Qf6 is not strong for black (he would have to exchange his rook for white's knight). If white's plan here is to go a pawn up and split up black's defense (similar to yesterday's game), then I ...
   Jun-14-07 Miles vs Nikolaiczuk, 1986 (replies)
ppm: Sorry <MostlyAverageJoe>, I should have seen that you had already detailed the mating line for 38)f5. Most of the other posts didn't seem to consider it, so I thought I should post.
   May-03-07 Ragozin vs Boleslavsky, 1942 (replies)
ppm: This reminds me of a 'Thursday' puzzle in Mar-Apr '06, that I remember seeing at CG...The solution was Korchnoi planning 7 moves ahead to get a pawn in the endgame. Surely 15..gxh6 or 15..g6, at the very least, makes life much more complicated for white than what black actually ...
   Apr-25-07 S Marangunic vs Ljubojevic, 1970 (replies)
ppm: I thought black could wriggle out even without taking nabbing white's bishop. For the sake of completeness: 23...Rb1 24 Qxb1 c3 25 Qb8+ Nd8 26 Qxd8+ Kf7 27 Qe7+ Kg6 28 Qe7+ Kh6 and then no matter what white plays as his 29th move (unless he sacrifices his queen!), black will
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