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rhickma4
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   rhickma4 has kibitzed 216 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-16-13 Anand - Carlsen World Championship Match (2013) (replies)
 
rhickma4: Except Lasker was born in what is now Poland!
 
   Dec-31-12 D Hansson vs R Akesson, 1998 (replies)
 
rhickma4: 40...Qxd4 wins a piece and the game
 
   Dec-19-12 A Maksimenko vs Glek, 1995 (replies)
 
rhickma4: 32. Re8+ leaves Black with two unpalatable choices. Take the R and lose the Q, or play Kc7 and lose to 33 Rf8 Qxf8 34.Qf4+ to be followed with a N check winning the Q outright.
 
   Dec-13-12 T Dzubasz vs M Ellerbrock, 1996 (replies)
 
rhickma4: 17. R1f6 looks to be the key move, with the threat of 18. Rxh6. Black's best defense is probably Ng5, but then Rg7+ wins.
 
   Jun-27-12 Morozevich vs Bologan, 2004 (replies)
 
rhickma4: Purdy's advice come true here: 'Look at all the checks' 28.Qh8+ 1-0
 
   Jun-20-12 Tal vs R Mascarinas, 1981 (replies)
 
rhickma4: If the White Bishop wasn't there, he could play Rh8+ followed by Qh6+ etc. So 28. Bc7 1-0
 
   Jun-18-12 Ulf Andersson vs Hartston, 1973 (replies)
 
rhickma4: A very unusual mate. 36...Qh3+ 37.Kxh3 (Kh1 37.Qf1#) Bf1#
 
   May-31-12 Leko vs Anand, 2001 (replies)
 
rhickma4: 25...Nd5 looks to win a piece outright. I suspect White resigned at this point.
 
   May-29-12 G Burgess vs W Watson, 1989 (replies)
 
rhickma4: This is a most unusual mating pattern, so it took me quite a while. 38...Qg3+ 39.Rxg3 fxg3#
 
   May-26-12 J Barle vs I Jelen, 1979 (replies)
 
rhickma4: White looks to have a completely forcing line. 28...Ne1+ 29.Kg1 (29.Rg2 Qg2+ leaves Black the exchange and a pawn ahead) 29.Qh1+ Kxh1 30.Rf1+ Qg1 31.Bc6+ Rg2 32.Bxg2# Seems easy for Staurday.
 
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