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Member since Jul-04-15 · Last seen Dec-01-20
I have not played tournaments for 30 years. On blitz I am Guestplayer 1810866 and currently have 2301 elo (07 th september 2020). But in fact I prefer analyzing the games and puzzels of CG.

   saturn2 has kibitzed 1672 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-01-20 Ding Liren vs Yu Yangyi, 2017
saturn2: No need to overrespect a GM in blitz. 26 Nd5 was only good if he foresaw 28. Qxe4 .which he did not. So 26.Nd5 was played without plan and it was only good by coincidence.
   Nov-30-20 Paul Morphy
saturn2: Morphy's career is fascinating and maybe he was the most talented. But about absolute strenth he does not reach masters of the present. There are too many ?! and ? moves in his games. What would happen if Morphy came to earth and got nowadays training is speculation. But Bjrn Borg ...
   Nov-30-20 S Martinovic vs Biliskov, 2018 (replies)
saturn2: 30.Qc7threatens Qxb7 and Qxc8 followed by Re8 so black loses a piece 30..Rb831.Qxb8+Nxb832.Re8 30...Qe7 31. Qxe7 Nxe7 32. Rxe7 Rc1+ 33. Re1
   Nov-27-20 D Coleman vs Chandler, 1977 (replies)
saturn2: Yesterday Panno's game and today his Caro Kann Variation - coincidence?
   Nov-26-20 Panno vs J Sherwin, 1953 (replies)
saturn2: <johnnydeep:> After 28....Bd6 29 Rxd6 Qc7 black was hoping to exploit the fact that the rook on d6 can be pinned against the white king on h2
   Nov-25-20 B Adhiban vs S Minero Pineda, 2016 (replies)
saturn2: Theme is interference. But I found 47.Bf6 by observing it drags the rook in a pin after Rxf6 48. Ra6
   Nov-24-20 Dvoirys vs G Feher, 1991 (replies)
saturn2: I diid not see it but went with 24Nf4 24...Ree525.Nxg6fxg626.Qxg6+Kf827.Rh8+- Bxh828.Rxh8+Ke729.Rh7+Kf830.Qf7.mate.
   Nov-23-20 Serper vs Barsov, 1988 (replies)
saturn2: 25.h5seems a tie at most 25....Kg726.Bd3Rh827.Qg6+Kf828.Rxf6+Ke7- and black threatens Qxh2 and Qxa1. So white has to play 28 Qxf6 Qxf6 29 Rxf6 with two pawns less.
   Nov-21-20 Chiburdanidze vs V Malaniuk, 1982
saturn2: <cirmier 19...Bd7 20.Bh6 Qc6 and black is even> 20...Bh8 in the gsme was the reason for blacl's diagonal troubles.
   Nov-19-20 J Gudmundsson vs O Neikirch, 1939 (replies)
saturn2: <tivrfoa: hi! does 35.Qxg6 work?> 34.Nxe6+fxe635.Qxg6Rxh8 White has given two pieces for two pawns
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