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trnbg
Member since Apr-23-11 · Last seen Feb-27-20
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   trnbg has kibitzed 59 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-15-20 V Malaniuk vs Short, 1984
 
trnbg: <King.Arthur.Brazil>: After 30.Ne7+ Kf7, 31.Qxh7+ (instead of Nxf5) is mate in two!
 
   Nov-16-19 Alburt vs D E Vigorito, 1993 (replies)
 
trnbg: I first considered 24.Rxb7, which however runs into 24...Qxb1+!, and Black gets two rooks for the Queen, with an unclear position.
 
   Nov-08-19 V Ruban vs A Poluljahov, 1994 (replies)
 
trnbg: I went with 19. Nf4, threatening 20. Nxh5. After 19...Qh4 (what else?) 20. Rg1, Black is helpless.
 
   Nov-05-19 Joel Benjamin vs Romanishin, 1987 (replies)
 
trnbg: <saturn2: <al wazir: 48. Qxe5 Qxe5> I dont think it works bexause of 48...Rxf6> Then White has 49. Qc7+, followed by 50. Qxa5, and he's a piece up.
 
   Oct-26-19 B Sadiku vs S Soors, 2015 (replies)
 
trnbg: Déjà vu
 
   Oct-06-19 Nisipeanu vs D Reinderman, 2010 (replies)
 
trnbg: <AnotherNN> No. After 15. Bg7, Black simply takes the Bishop with the King (15...Kxg7), and after 16. Qh7+ the Black King escapes via f6 and e7.
 
   Apr-30-19 D Gormally vs Sutovsky, 2005 (replies)
 
trnbg: <Diademas: After 37.h4 Ne2+ 38.Kh2 Bxf2 39.Bd6 g1=Q+ 40.Rxg1 Nxg1+ Black is up two pawns. Probably enough to win, but not easy for a Tuesday.> Not so easy to win after 41.c5, the c-pawn looks dangerous.
 
   Apr-11-19 Psakhis vs Zsofia Polgar, 1990 (replies)
 
trnbg: Simply 32.Qxb7 (instead of 32.Rxf6) should win as well. The threat is 33.Re7+, so Black has to exchange Queens, but after 32...Qxb7 33.Bxb7 Ra7 34.c6 it's over.
 
   Jan-22-19 J Saksis vs Shirov, 1985 (replies)
 
trnbg: If 38.Rd1, then Black has 38...Rf1!, and White will end up a piece down, e.g. 39.Rxf1 Bxd4+ 40.Qxd4 Nc2+ and so on.
 
   Dec-06-18 S Slipak vs T Gibson, 2008 (replies)
 
trnbg: 32...h5 was Black's decisive mistake. As >cocker< mentioned, 32...Rf8 was better, and 32...d3 should win as well.
 
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