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   restless has kibitzed 15 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-15-20 Firouzja vs Carlsen, 2019 (replies)
restless: What an epic fight in a blitz game! And what a poor reward for White's great efforts! Mr.Firouzja could have nailed the champ on several occasions, f.e. by drawing 55.Bc6
   Oct-23-19 B Sadiku vs S Soors, 2015 (replies)
restless: #patzer2: You probably mean "White's decisive mistake". I agree with that, but after 30.Be4 there is 30....Rd8, which is very tricky to answer and leads to interesting complications.
   Oct-12-19 Carlsen vs Kuzubov, 2019
restless: 48...Rb5 was the final mistake. 48...c3 would have been the anchor to safe half a point for Black.
   Sep-29-19 D Mason vs C G Ward, 2007 (replies)
restless: chrisowen mentions 27.Rxd6 This would have been the last opportunity for White to fight back a little longer: 27.Rxd6 Kxd6 28.Qd8+ (0.00) unfortunately: 27.Rxd6 exd6 28.Qf7+ Rxf7 29.Bxc3 ...(-1.87) 27.Rd2 (as was played) leads to a quick end.
   Sep-26-19 Duda vs J Xiong, 2019
restless: What a beautiful finish in a blitz!
   Jul-27-19 Leko vs S Shankland, 2019 (replies)
restless: White could eventually have reached a draw by playing: 35.Rxc8 Kxc8 36.Re8+ Kc7 37.Qc4+ Kb7 38.Qd5+ Stockfish says: 1)=0.00 (23 ply) 38...Kc7 39.Qc4+ Kb7 40.Qb3+ Kc6 41.Qa4+ Kc7 42.Qa5+ Kc6 43.Qa4+
   Jul-21-19 Knaak vs J C Fernandez Gonzalez, 1978 (replies)
restless: Black could have tried 21...Nxf1 instead of 21...Nxh1, for once the white Bishop is on c4, any black defense is hard to see. Stockfish: 1)+2.19 22.Rhxf1 Rf7 23.d6 Qd7
   Jun-10-19 A Nadanian vs V Artemiev, 2013
restless: Critical move was 25. ... a6 Playing 25. ... Bd7 Black would have kept his advantage.
   Apr-23-19 Carlsen vs Anand, 2019 (replies)
restless: Great Battle! An interesting fork would have been: 37.Nd5... For example: 37.Nd5 Nexd5 38.cxd5 b6 39.c4 Na6 40.f6 g6 41.Qg7
   Mar-28-19 D Arngrimsson vs W Wittmann, 2008
restless: Black could have elongated its pain by drawing: 28. ... Qc1 (f.e. 29. Qxc1 Rg8 30. Qh6 Be2 31. Rh4 Bh5 32. g4 ...), but the game would have been clearly lost for Mr.Wittmann anyway.
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