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samuliviitanen
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   samuliviitanen has kibitzed 10 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-29-05 M Dandridge vs B Kreiman, 1993 (replies)
 
samuliviitanen: <chopbox> I think (after 23.Ng4) a simple 23...Rxa3 is enough to defend. 24.Nxf6+ Bxf6 25.Qxh7+ Kf8 and material is even. Black bishop protects from 26.Qh8 (and also gives the king the escape route to e7 and attacks the d4 pawn!). 26.Qh6+ is easily responsed with ...
 
   Jan-20-05 Anand vs C Hansen, 2003 (replies)
 
samuliviitanen: <kevin86> I think 24.Bb5 is denied by 24...Nb6 protecting the bishop and opening the 8th rank for the rook. Now if 25.Bxc6 bxc6. Black bishop blocs the white rook from attacking d8 and white has no good attacks.
 
   Dec-11-04 D Barua vs Gulko, 1993 (replies)
 
samuliviitanen: <karik> Ah. Got it. I was thinking of that too, but I missed the last move here for black: 34.Ng2 Nf4 35.Kf3 Nxg2 36.Bf3 Nh4+ (and black has won the piece back)
 
   Jul-18-04 T J Pirttimaki vs Chekhov, 1983 (replies)
 
samuliviitanen: Ok, maybe I was a bit too harsh to Pirttimäki. Still, he makes a lot of simple errors in this particular game. Or then he had some plan that I fail to spot. On the other hand it is refreshing to see games that don't follow the standard patterns. Have to examine the other ...
 
   Jun-20-04 B McCamon vs B Carlier, 1993 (replies)
 
samuliviitanen: <Inlver> 37. Bh6 h4 38. Qf3 (or Qe2) f5 blocks white queen from advancing to g-pawn. 39. Qh5 Qe7
 
   Jun-17-04 Astapovich vs Golosov, 1967 (replies)
 
samuliviitanen: What would happen after 9...Kh8. I can only see white getting a material advantage (pawn&rook&bishop for knight&bishop) and a bit weak position for black's king but I don't see a forced win.
 
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