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   shakh.i.shekh has kibitzed 45 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-24-21 European Team Championship (2021)
shakh.i.shekh: You can find Russian language analysis of the Ukraine-Armenia and France-Azerbaijan matches at this link:
   Oct-04-18 Batumi Olympiad (Women) (2018) (replies)
shakh.i.shekh: The U.S. - Ukraine women's match will feature 6 women from Ukraine! Four playing for Ukraine and 2 Ukrainian ex-pats playing for U.S.
   Feb-26-18 K Zakoscielna vs K Bulski, 2008 (replies)
shakh.i.shekh: If white plays P-g7 and Black plays K-h7, then if White captures Bishop and does not promote to Knight, Black can play Q-d1+ and force stalemate.
   Nov-24-17 F Vallejo Pons vs Eljanov, 2017 (replies)
shakh.i.shekh: Any comments on this endgame? Did white have a win somewhere along the line?
   Oct-29-17 Ivanchuk vs Wei Yi, 2017
shakh.i.shekh: Youngsters forgetting that veterans can have a "Fighting King." see " Kasparov vs Petrosian, 1981 "
   Sep-08-17 Ivanchuk vs Duda, 2017 (replies)
shakh.i.shekh: Ivanchuk's 15 NxP is a more complicated version of Fischer's similar combination against Spassky in game 8 and Karpov's defeat of Kasparov in game 7 of their world championship match in 1990. Good tactic to remember!
   Jun-04-17 Ivanchuk vs K Piorun, 2017
shakh.i.shekh: I think Ivanchuk forgot that knights can jump backwards. Karpov forgot this in one of his world championship games with Kasparov.
   Sep-11-16 S P Sethuraman vs A Korobov, 2016 (replies)
shakh.i.shekh: Any ideas why White did not play 32. B X R? The chess engines seem to think that this "obvious" move wins the game for White.
   Sep-04-16 A Volokitin vs Fridman, 2016 (replies)
shakh.i.shekh: Tal would have been proud of this game!
   May-17-16 Ponomariov vs M Yilmaz, 2016 (replies)
shakh.i.shekh: For you endgame experts. All of the chess engines on chessdom evaluate the final position as very favorable to White. Yet White (apparently) accepted a DRAW. Did White miss a winning continuation or did the chess engines mis-evaluate the position.
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