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ralph46
Member since Feb-01-14 · Last seen Mar-25-17
i live in ISRAEL I have been playing chess since i was 7 now 67 . Did not play much serious chess maybe 2 3 rated games a year , Now that i am retired i will play more chess my rating is about 2050 in ISRAEL

   ralph46 has kibitzed 243 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-07-16 T Hansen vs Carlsen, 2006
 
ralph46: Actually white should not lose instead of 43 Qb8 better is Qe3 and black in best case will get a draw even as it was played 45Bxf7 is a losing move instead Qe3 holds the balance Also 43 Nd4 was ok for white
 
   Jun-06-16 Zsofia Polgar vs R Bayon, 1993
 
ralph46: Actually Sofia played the opening badly 12 f4 is bad but black made a losing mistake with with Qd7 instead e xd4 is better black is a bit better
 
   Jun-06-16 Morozevich vs S Zhurov, 1992
 
ralph46: The finish was easy 37 Rxh8 Rxh8 38 Re1 and against the menace Re6 black has no defense
 
   Apr-04-16 V Gunina vs A Alieva, 2015
 
ralph46: 10 ..Qxg2 is a losing mistake correct is Rg8 with equal play
 
   Apr-04-16 M Kantorik vs A J Walton, 2013
 
ralph46: 11 Qxg2 is alosing mistake much better are Rg6 or Qf4 with equal play
 
   Apr-04-16 M Lunn vs I Swan, 2013 (replies)
 
ralph46: 10 Bxe7 is a mistake correct is Bxe7 with about equal play
 
   Apr-04-16 D J Grant vs T Chapman, 2010
 
ralph46: @ BALMO The mistake 11..Qxh1 leads to a forced loss
 
   Jan-21-16 A Shevelev vs Y A Zilberman, 2004
 
ralph46: 12..h6 is a mistake the sacrifice Bxh6 is totally correct.instead of 11..Be7 Bd6 is slightly better with a level position
 
   Nov-15-14 Carlsen vs Anand, 2014 (replies)
 
ralph46: whitesplan is simple Rh4 -g4
 
   Nov-15-14 Carlsen - Anand World Championship Match (2014) (replies)
 
ralph46: after Nc5 calsen has the maneuver be2-d1-c2 if needed
 
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