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   prn has kibitzed 20 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-30-20 M Gurevich vs G Andruet, 1988 (replies)
 
prn: IF A) 27.Nxe6+ Kh8, White doesn't play Nxd8 just to gain the exchange. 28.Qf6+ mates on the next move.
 
   Mar-05-18 Olga Viewer chessforum (replies)
 
prn: The game Hermann von Gottschall vs Siegbert Tarrasch ( Von Gottschall vs Tarrasch, 1888 ) appears to show a couple of serious bugs in Olga. Aside from ending after move 42, Olga shows "Three time repetition claimable" beginning at move 17, but Olga continues to ssy that for the **entire
 
   Mar-05-18 Von Gottschall vs Tarrasch, 1888 (replies)
 
prn: This game appears to show a couple of serious bugs in Olga. Aside from ending after move 42, Olga shows "Three time repetition claimable" beginning at move 17, but Olga continues to ssy that for the **entire rest of the game.** I imagine that there are rules subtleties that I am unaware
 
   Aug-25-17 D Zagorskis vs C Gabriel, 1997 (replies)
 
prn: So, in the game, White plays 38. Kg1 allowing Black 40...RxG2. What happens if 38. Qh2? I don't see that Black has anything better than a draw. What am I missing? Thanks.
 
   Sep-14-15 R Akesson vs J Rodgaard, 1982 (replies)
 
prn: I'm guessing that <An Englishman> left out a step or something, but if 11...Nxf4 and white answered with 12.g3, then 12...Nxe2+ would pretty nearly win on the spot without much need for questions of exactly when ...c5 should be played. So what was the real concern here?
 
   Apr-13-15 Once chessforum (replies)
 
prn: Hi Will, I have always enjoyed your comments and stories. I'll be happy to be a beta reader for your new boook. I don't see a way to contact you other than your profile page here, but you can contact me at Paul R Neubauer at gmail dot com (just remove the spaces and replace the obvious
 
   Aug-07-13 Illescas Cordoba vs Rachels, 1987 (replies)
 
prn: <avidfan> < 27...Qd6 does not protect the B/e5 since 28.Qxe5 overloads the queen which must also keep watch on f8 to avoid 29 Rf8 mate.> Actually, it's even worse than that for Black. 27...Qd6 28.Rf8+ Qxf8 29.Bxf8 and White now has Q for R.
 
   Aug-04-12 Schuster vs C Carls, 1914 (replies)
 
prn: OH! I see now. Yes, 10...gxf2 makes a lot more sense than 11...gxf2. Thanks, whiteshark!
 
   Jun-22-12 Romanishin vs Marjanovic, 1972 (replies)
 
prn: <cydmd> and <LTJ> found a better solution with 38. Bb8+ Kh8 39. Be6+, but even better (or at least faster :-) ) is <39. Bf7 Kh7 40. Qg8 Kh6 41. Qxg6#>
 
   May-10-11 T Calistri vs G Gajewski, 2011 (replies)
 
prn: <sevenseaman: ... What is the fuss about Bh6? Please see my comment ... wherein I have dealt with the move Bh6. Please let me have your refutation and we can explore further.> The relevant comment was: <sevenseaman: When White responds 24. gxf3, here is how it goes (off the ...
 
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