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unionruler
Member since Aug-25-09 · Last seen Dec-28-18
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   unionruler has kibitzed 11 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-13-18 Carlsen vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
 
unionruler: I'd like a format like this: - 14 Standard games with rest days only after Games 4, 8, 12 and 14 - 16 Rapid games played in 4 sets of 4 games each, 1 set per day - If score is tied 15-15, incumbent Champion retains title but Challenger gets seeded into the next 2 Candidates ...
 
   Jan-14-14 G Morrell vs D Gong, 2014 (replies)
 
unionruler: Isn't 30.Rf5 a blunder to begin with? 30. ... Qg3+! 31. Qxg3 (31. Kh1 Qxh3+ 32. Kg1 Qg3+ simply dropps another pawn) Nxg3 32. Rxf7 Nxf1+ 33. Rxf1 Rf8 White can try for the e4 pawn but a3 will drop too. I hope I'm not ...
 
   Apr-26-13 Janowski vs Lasker, 1909 (replies)
 
unionruler: 12.Nf3 must be bad, loses tempo right out of a near-symmetrical opening. I play these setups as black; normally you don't have any compensation for the doubled f-pawns and open g-file unless the other knight is reinforcing the kingside after the exchange.
 
   Nov-04-12 B Belyakov vs Epishin, 2012 (replies)
 
unionruler: Why? White is winning here: Rg2 Rxb7 (Rxg2 Rxe7+ Rg7 Rxe6 Qh5 d5 ) axb7 Rxg2 (Rxb7 Rh2 ) b8=Q
 
   Oct-13-12 Jakovenko vs Onischuk, 2012 (replies)
 
unionruler: @Blunderdome 36. Bd3 Rf7 37. Qc5 Rf8 38. Kg2 ... Rc8 Qg5+ Kf7 Qh6 Rh8 Bxg6+ ... Nf7 Qc5+ Ne6 leading back to line Black is in zugzwang because of the 2 weakness rule. If R shuffles f7-f8, White King will go f3-e3-d4-e5 and win the knight.If Rd8 to try and unpin, white wins
 
   Jul-28-11 A Stefanova vs C Peptan, 1994 (replies)
 
unionruler: lol 35. ... Qb1 36. Qe2 Qd1 0-1?
 
   Sep-04-10 A Istratescu vs B Amin, 2008 (replies)
 
unionruler: 63... Nh3 64 Kf6 Rxg6+ 65 Kxg6 Nf4+ 66 Kh6 Nxh5 = 64 Rh8+ Kxg7 65 Rh7+ Kg8 66 h5 Rf1+ 67 Kg4 Nf4 forking the Bg6 and h5 (I think both should be drawn with accurate play) 64 Rh7 Nf4! leads to 65 Kf6 Rxf6+ 66 Kf5 Rxg7 67 Rxg7+ Kxg7 68 Kxf4 = 65 Bf7+ Kxh7 66 g8=Q+ Rxg8 67 ...
 
   Jun-20-10 Nepomniachtchi vs L Bruzon Batista, 2010 (replies)
 
unionruler: 40 ... Bd7 41 Be5+ Kb7 42 Rd3 and black can't do much to stop 43 Rhd1? If 42 ... Na7 to vacate square for king simply 43 Nd6+ and takes on f7
 
   Jan-02-10 G Schroll vs A Aleksandrov, 2009
 
unionruler: handphone ring maybe. we need a notation for that as well as to exclude it from the game result percentages.
 
   Dec-29-09 Vitiugov vs Khismatullin, 2009 (replies)
 
unionruler: <dagwood2005> Partially yes it was bad play, however as of recent times the KID has been rather weak at top-GM level.
 
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