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southeuro
Member since Nov-06-04 · Last seen Oct-22-18
New York, USCF 1970, ELO 2093 (perf), favourite players: Tal, Malaniuk, Onischuk, Short, Ivanchuk, Morozevich, Solak
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   southeuro has kibitzed 56 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-25-18 Seirawan vs Kaidanov, 2011
 
southeuro: what happens after 20..bxc5? isn't black just better after Bxg7 cxb3?
 
   May-16-17 M Czerniak vs S Johannessen, 1974 (replies)
 
southeuro: ouch!
 
   Apr-27-17 Anand vs Nakamura, 2015
 
southeuro: why can't black play 15..bc after 15. Kg2? Bxa6 doesn't work b/c of cb or cd, but more to the point, after 15..bc 16. bc Nc5 17. dc Bc3 18. Bh7 Kh8 I don't see how white is ok -- black is an exchange and a pawn up. White may have some comp with the strong Nf3 roaming on dark ...
 
   Apr-13-17 Keres vs Unzicker, 1956 (replies)
 
southeuro: The tactical Ng7's equally beautiful positional counterpart is the move b4.
 
   Apr-10-17 J Xiong vs W So, 2017 (replies)
 
southeuro: instead of 28..Rd8 couldn't black take on d1 and push c2 next?
 
   Jan-23-17 W Paige vs E Formanek, 1993
 
southeuro: what's wrong with the simple 35..Qf8 and exchanging bishops?
 
   Aug-24-16 V Gunina vs A Dreev, 2016
 
southeuro: unable to see how imperceptibly black lost this position...
 
   Aug-13-16 Navara vs Timman, 2015 (replies)
 
southeuro: why can't white take on b5?
 
   Jul-26-16 A Pachmann vs R Taborsky, 1994
 
southeuro: was not ludek but ales pachman!
 
   Feb-21-16 H Wolf vs Rubinstein, 1922
 
southeuro: not sure how black would proceed if white were to take a5 with rook instead, ie. 37. Ra5... can't white simply pressure the a-pawn and prevent its advance, possibly with a timely Bf1 if needed? thanks
 
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