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trguitar
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   trguitar has kibitzed 61 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-11-12 A Karpatchev vs R Oney, 2006 (replies)
 
trguitar: White's reply to 12...Bh6 would be Bg3!! A full piece up and Black's king exposed.
 
   Nov-18-10 Kasparov vs A Georgiadis, 1996 (replies)
 
trguitar: I'm not so sure this is a win for White. After 33. Bxb7 Nxb7 34. a6 Bb8 35. Bb6 b4 how does White proceed? This stops the threat of Bc7. It seems to me that the pawn will not be so easy to promote.
 
   Apr-28-10 Suba vs Hebden, 1984 (replies)
 
trguitar: 60. c7 definitely has some icebergs lurking. For example, 60...Ra8 61. g6...c3 62. g7?...c2! I think if you want to claim 60. c7 as a solution, then you need to have seen at least this line.
 
   Dec-21-06 B Lengyel vs V M Mikhalevski, 1993 (replies)
 
trguitar: <JNewton> If 26. Nxf4, then 26...Rxf4 with the Queen and Rook penetrating white's position. With black up a pawn and control of the d-file, black is winning. But not easily. There's nothing inherently wrong with Crafty's analysis.
 
   Oct-27-06 W Schmidt vs J Lewi, 1968 (replies)
 
trguitar: 36. Rxg7? is a mistake. All White has is perpetual here: 36. ...Kxg7 37. Bxh6+ Kh8 38. Qf7 Rg8! 39. Qxf6+ Kh7 40. Qe7+ Kxh6 41. Qh4+ Kg7 42. Qe7+ Kh6 Instead White can play 36. Bf4!! Re5 37. Qxd6+ Re7 38. Rxg7 Kxg7 39. Qxe7+ Kg8 40. Qxf6 Qd7 41. Be5 Qh7 42. Qd8+ Kf7 43. Qd5+ Ke8 ...
 
   May-18-06 B Savchenko vs Vitiugov, 2006 (replies)
 
trguitar: depth=15 2/44 +1.05 1. Bc4 Rxc4 2. Rxc3 Ng4 3. Qh4 Rxf4 4. Kg1 Be6 5. h3 Nf2 6. Qxf4 Nxd1 7. Rd3 Nb2 8. Rxd6 Nodes: 469661158 NPS: 856701 Time: 00:09:08.22 If black had played 24...Rxc4 there could have been more of a fight.
 
   Dec-16-04 S Halkias vs Pribyl, 2000 (replies)
 
trguitar: <mikejaqua> Nf6+ wins, but does not force a mate like the text move does.
 
   Dec-10-04 Najdorf vs Ragozin, 1948 (replies)
 
trguitar: Pachman has some analysis, though, at move ...34 which I think is wrong. He says, 34. ... Be5 avoids the following line: 34. ... Bxf2? 35. Bxf2 e3 36. Qc3! exf2 37. Rxd2 fxe1=Q 38. Rxd8+, and White wins. However, he misses 37...fxe1=N+!! still winning for Black. That would have ...
 
   Oct-07-04 Kramnik vs Leko, 2004 (replies)
 
trguitar: Here are 2 wins from the WCC site: 26.a7 Qe3+ 27.Kg2 Bxf3+! 28.Nxf3 Qe2+ 29.Kg1 Ng4!! 30.a8-Q+ Kg7 and White is helpless agains the mating threats. Another line 26.Kf2 Bxf3! 27.Nxf3 Ne4+ 28.Ke2 Nxc3! 29.bxc3 Qxc3+ 30.Ke2 Qxa1 winning.
 
   Oct-06-04 Karpov vs E Gik, 1968 (replies)
 
trguitar: I think 28...Rd8 was a mistake. Analysis from Crafty indicates 28...Nxf4 is a much better move: 29. Qh8+ Ke7 30. Qxa8 fxe4 31. Qxb7 f5 32. Qxa7 Nd5. Crafty gives this analysis as .5 in white's favor. But gives Rd8 +3 in white's favor A queen and two pawns vs. bishop, knight, and ...
 
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