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   stuck has kibitzed 14 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-21-06 A Pokorny vs Hromadka, 1926 (replies)
stuck: <twinlark> <If the Rook was on c8, then 40.f7 Rc7> I am a little confused by the variations. ♙f7 occurred on move 39, not move 40. If the rook was on c8, then after 39. ♙f7 we have [DIAGRAM] If we then continue your line (- 1 in the move notation ) 39. ...
   May-24-05 D Schneider vs Van Wely, 2005 (replies)
stuck: Agreed <dac1990>. Very enjoyable game to study :)
   May-13-05 Steinitz vs K Pitschel, 1873 (replies)
stuck: I guess the obvious question is "Why did Pitschel resign after 14. ... g5?" It loosens the kingside, but I see no obvious game losing blunder here.
   Dec-23-04 J Bonin vs Kamsky, 1989
stuck: 56. ..♔e2?? 57. ♔xh3 and black can resign. Necessary is 56. ..h2 57. f7 h1♕ 58. f8♕ ♕g1+ and the white king is driven to the h file, black picks up the knight on a1, and white must open the big bag of perpetual checks. 57. f7?? Better is 57. ♔xh3, ...
   Dec-23-04 Kasparov vs Yurtaev, 1975 (replies)
stuck: My guess is that <Creator of Time> was studying Kasparov's games in chronological order, maybe had a little too much to drink, realized his inebriated state, and wanted a marker so he would know where to return upon gaining sobriety.
   Dec-23-04 Shirov vs Kramnik, 1995 (replies)
stuck: Pretty finish by Shirov
   Dec-23-04 L Steiner vs Najdorf, 1937 (replies)
stuck: <acirce> I cant find Yates-Tartakower Budapest 1926. Would you upload the game please? I'd love to see the first Najdorf. You can really tell how theory has advanced since the 1940's The earliest I can find on chessgames clessified B90-B99 (Najdorf) is the following. ...
   Dec-19-04 E Inarkiev vs Yagupov, 2004
stuck: Inarkiev must have a devious sense of humor. Look at the overkill domination of the a6 square on move 20. Also moves 52-55 are hilarious, as blacks king marches helplessly around the bishop, all for the for the purpose of shifting the white queen from h7 to g7 with gain of tempo. ...
   Dec-01-04 HIARCS vs Chess Tiger, 2004 (replies)
stuck: This link may help.
   Nov-29-04 H Said Matnor vs B Villamayor, 2001 (replies)
stuck: You are absolutely correct <mikhs>. This game is a joke. After 28...g6 it is Black who can resign. The only way 21...fxe4 (and the later 24. g4) make sense would be if a White rook had been on the f-file. Even earlier Black should have played the stronger 8...Qf2+ instead of ...
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