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   schachfuchs has kibitzed 185 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-15-20 A Rychagov vs A Timofeev, 2007 (replies)
schachfuchs: 54.a5 is mate-in-8 54...Qf3+ 55.Kg1 Qd1+ 56.Kg2 Qc2+ 57.Kf1 Ke3 58.Re5+ Kf3 54.Rh7 is mate-in-11 54...Qf3+ 55.Kg1 Qd1+ 56.Kg2 Qe2+ 57.Kg1 Qe1+ 58.Kg2 Qe4+ 59.Kf2 Qxh7 60.h4 gxh3 61.g4 h2 62.Kg3 h1=Q 63.Kf4 Q1h2+ 64.Kf3 Qe4# 54.Rf5 Qxh2+ 55.Kf1 Qxg3 56.Rf2 Qh4 57.Kg2 g3 58.Rf3+ ...
   Dec-31-19 Vukcevich vs Bisguier, 1969 (replies)
schachfuchs: source Deutschlandfunk Kein neues Jahrzehnt - Es gibt kein Jahr Null Morgen geht das Jahr 2019 zu Ende. Am Mittwoch beginnt das Jahr 2020. Gefühlt mag das der Anfang eines neuen Jahrzehnts sein. Tatsächlich aber beginnen lediglich die ...
   Dec-22-19 Hector vs M Antonsen, 2010 (replies)
schachfuchs: In view of the 3 diagonals b3-g8, a3-f8 and b5-e8 (after 15.Rxb5 cxb5 16.Bxb5) controled by White, 15.Rxb5 was not too "insane" to find and indeed my first choice. However, as <dhotts> stated already, <the truly astounding move by Jonny was 14.Rd5!!>
   Dec-18-19 S Rosselli del Turco vs K Treybal, 1928 (replies)
schachfuchs: I also went for the easy 34...Bxg2 35.Rxd3 Rxe1+ 36.Kxg2 R8e2+ 36.Qxe2 Rxe2+ 37.Kf3 cxd3, not bothering about the "passed pawn" line 36...cxd3 of <mel gibson>/Stockfish 10
   Dec-08-19 K Treybal vs F Kafka, 1921 (replies)
schachfuchs: <Cheapo by the Dozen: The engine is really confused about this one. ... On the other hand, when I show it 19.Nxg7, it calls mate-in-six.> That's true, but it's white who gets mated, the initial move being 19...Nxg4! 19...Kxg7 is (much) weaker. So, who's confused? ;-)
   Nov-30-19 J K Duda vs G Gajewski, 2016 (replies)
schachfuchs: yes, 67...Qxc4 would have been =0.00 (47 ply) e.g. 68.Rc3 Qf7 69.Rc5 Qf6+ 70.e5 Qf4 71.Ka3 Qc1+ 72.Kb3 Qd2 73.Bf5 Qd1+ 74.Kc3 Qa1+ 75.Kb3 Qd1+
   Nov-21-19 Savon vs Polugaevsky, 1971 (replies)
schachfuchs: What is 34...Kf5 all about?
   Aug-07-19 M Antipov vs Y Schwartz, 2018 (replies)
schachfuchs: <So where did Black go wrong? Black's losing move was 15...Nxe4?, allowing 16. Nxe6! +-. Instead, 15...b4! 16. Bxf6 gxf6 17. Nxb4 Bh6 -+ (-2.12) gives Black a strong, near winning advantage.> This leads to the question: where did White go wrong? ;-) I wonder what was the ...
   Jul-25-19 Anand vs Gelfand, 1996 (replies)
schachfuchs: <King.Arthur.Brazil After 25.h4 ♔h7 (it seems forced)> 26.Qf3 seems to be the most annoying.
   Jul-20-19 Timman vs Cherniaev, 2008 (replies)
schachfuchs: Aha, I didn't look at patzer's line 27.Qxd7+ Kg8 28.Be7, just posted before. This puzzle solution is maybe even insane Sunday stuff!
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