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   seneca16 has kibitzed 71 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-22-20 Korotylev vs V Akopian, 2006 (replies)
seneca16: 35 Kf2 Qg4 now what? 36 Ke1 Rg1+ mates 36 Kf1 Qh3+ 37. Rg2 Rxe3 followed by Bd4 or Rf3+ looks decisive.
   Jul-06-20 Janosevic vs Fischer, 1967 (replies)
seneca16: Why not 48 .. h7 followed by queening with check? If 49 Rh2 then h8=Q anyway.
   Jun-18-20 A Giustolisi vs Tal, 1957
seneca16: I think white is alright after 20 Rb1 threatening g5. If cxb4 then Rxb4 is safe. Rb1 also threatens to bring the rook to the g or h files. In the meanwhile e3 and if Bf5 then Bd3 seems defensible.
   Jun-09-20 Fischer vs K B Schou, 1962 (replies)
seneca16: Other great Beatle covers: Roll Over Beethoven, Good Golly Miss Molly, You Make Me Dizzy Miss Lizzie, Bad Boy, Money, Slow Down. Bob Dylan: Only a Pawn in their Game
   Jun-07-20 Korchnoi vs Spassky, 1966 (replies)
seneca16: Drunken Knight: Reuben Fine says somewhere that in the endgame the defender should exchange pawns and keep pieces on the board.
   Jun-05-20 J Mileika vs Tal, 1954
seneca16: 41... h6 is indeed cute.
   Jun-03-20 Korchnoi vs Tal, 1962 (replies)
seneca16: 28...Qa4 looks like the beginning of the end. Maybe protecting the c-pawn with R(a)c8 would have been better. Of course black's kingside looks terribly vulnerable.
   May-26-20 V Osnos vs Tal, 1969 (replies)
seneca16: Black resigned from embarrassment.
   May-26-20 Botvinnik vs Tal, 1960 (replies)
seneca16: What happens on 39 b4 intending to exchange pawns and, depending on how black recaptures, penetrate on the b file or push the d pawn?
   May-23-20 Nimzowitsch vs Alekhine, 1912
seneca16: Bd3 is the losing move. Bxc6 was necessary.
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