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   rookending has kibitzed 17 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-08-14 The World vs Naiditsch, 2014 (replies)
   May-17-14 Janowski vs O Chajes, 1913
rookending: <psmith> Your point is a good one! Over the board Black's clearest drawing plan would be to continue giving Queen checks on the white squares (a8, a2, e4 and h1) until the cows come home, for example 96...Rxf7 97.Rxf7 Qa8+ 98.Kh7 Qe4+ 99.Kh8 Qh1+ 100.Kg8 Qa8+ 101.Rf8 Qa2+ ...
   Dec-24-12 The World vs V Akobian, 2012 (replies)
rookending: 35. Nd6 invites Black to try to transpose into “Pedro’s Blockade” described on page 737. Transposition could happen after 35.Nd6 Kg8 36.Rf2 Rad7 37.Nxf7 Rxf7 38.Rxf7 Kxf7. Black’s idea is to leave a rook on f7 and allow white to win the exchange by capturing the black f7 ...
   Dec-04-12 Timoshchenko vs J Bednarich, 1997 (replies)
rookending: 30. Qf6 Re1+ 31. Kh2 Kf8 32. Bc5+ Kg8 33. Qd8+ Re8 34. Qxe8+ Kg7 35. Bf8+ Kf6 36. Qe7+ Kf5 37. g4+ Kf4 38. Qe3# 1-0 [DIAGRAM]
   Nov-30-12 adhitthana chessforum (replies)
   Jun-25-12 Teichmann vs Burn, 1909 (replies)
rookending: Rybka thinks 43 ... Rg8 draws, for example 44 Rg3 b3 45 Rxc3 Rxg5+ 46 Kh2 b2 47 Rb3 Rxf5 48 Rxb2 Rh5+ 49 Kg3 Rxh6
   Apr-20-12 T L Petrosian vs D Milanovic, 2005 (replies)
rookending: 193. ... Kc3 only draws if white plays 194. Nf1 (Nalimov draw, more here ) But Black wins after 194. ... c4 (Nalimov)
   Jan-27-08 Browne vs Fischer, 1970 (replies)
rookending: <patzer2> I believe Black loses after 88. ... Nd7 89 Rh7. <RV>'s Rybka analysis incorrectly suggests a draw; <wals> deeper Fritz analysis suggesting White win is correct and consistent with Nalimov tables.
   Dec-20-06 G Welling vs V Eingorn, 2006 (replies)
rookending: Doesn't 44. ... f5 (instead of 44. ... h5) win for Black?
   Feb-20-05 Kupreichik vs Timoshchenko, 1968 (replies)
rookending: <Saruman> I can't find a mate in 9 but Fritz finds several 7-movers, e.g. 25.Qxa5 Qh1+ 26.Ke2 Re8+ 27.Kd3 Qb1+ 28.Rxb1 Re3+ 29.fxe3 Kb8 30. Qa7+ Kc8 31.Qa8# Or 25.Rxa5 Kb8 26.Bxd7 Qh1+ 27.Ke2 Qe1+ 28.Kxe1 Re8+ 29.Kd2 Re2+ 30.Kxe2 d4 31.Qf8# Or the game continuation: ...
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