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   szgy has kibitzed 5 times to chessgames  
   Mar-08-06 Topalov vs Ivanchuk, 2006 (replies)
szgy: Why not: 28. ... Nd3?
   Nov-22-05 T Fogarasi vs D Breder, 2000 (replies)
szgy: <senormosca> <SamuelS> line or the 44...Qxb4: 45. Qxf6+ Kxh7 46. Qf7+ Kh8 47. Qh5+ followed by 48. Qxd1 with some advantage for white.
   Nov-11-05 Ni Hua vs Morozevich, 2005 (replies)
szgy: <Mameluk> I think, that black should win in that line also, becouse of the two passed pawns. White can defend only by using the King and Bishop, while black can defend only using the bishop, so the black King is free to support one of the pawns.
   Oct-24-05 Anand vs Van Wely, 1997 (replies)
szgy: It seems to me, that the logical move is 41. b4 if you folow the last couple of moves of white. As I understand Anand last moves was a walk for the trapping of the bishop (which leads to the "zugzwang") from the 35th move. If you see first time the position in the puzzle you will see ...
   Oct-20-05 U Rath vs L D Evans, 1981 (replies)
szgy: <nsteinme> I think the following line can be played: 26. Rd8 ... 27. Nc3 forking the rocks.
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