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   utssb has kibitzed 318 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-02-23 Reshevsky vs Fischer, 1961 (replies)
utssb: I'm probably missing something obvious but isn't 24...Rc2 an important intermezzo because if the Queen goes to g5 then ...Rf2, Kf2, ...Qd4+ and Be3 doesn't work because of the fork on e4.
   Jul-30-22 Daniel Freeman (replies)
utssb: <George Wallace> Have no idea about any of that stuff, and it might all be true but personally I've read a million posts on this site over the years and I can count on one hand the amount of times it's gotten political/off-topic out of nowhere. You going on about Antifa, ...
   Jul-12-22 Najdorf vs Stahlberg, 1953 (replies)
utssb: <plang><28..f6? was a completely unnecessary weakening of his position.> <zoren>< it's stated after move 28 that he regards Stahlberg's endgame play as careless.> Yeah, that was a ridiculous positional mistake that completely changed the nature of the game. I ...
   Apr-17-22 E Schmittdiel vs L Svensson, 1993
utssb: Fascinating game. The fact that 28...Nxf1+ begins the trouble and 35...Kh7 is a horrible blunder; really subtle stuff. Black played perfectly, got a pretty immediate equalization if not better (say after the 19th move), and then he just couldn't help himself with that ...Nxf1+ option ...
   Apr-16-22 FIDE Grand Prix Berlin (2022) (replies)
utssb: <shah matov> <When were the Western athletes banned from competitions as a result of all the atrocities committed by Western countries around the world??> Are you allergic to specificity? Name the specific athletes you feel should have been banned, what country they ...
   Jan-12-22 R Svane vs Giri, 2021 (replies)
utssb: <America is fortunate that other minority groups don't act like BLM, even though they face many of the same issues> First time I've seen racism on this site. Feels a little surreal.
   Dec-09-21 Aronian vs Firouzja, 2020
utssb: 26...Nce4 is a blunder on account of 27.Qh5 with the idea of Ne6 and g6 <SpiritedReposte>: <26. g6!?> that's strong and it happens to be the same thing Black should play on the same move to protect the h-pawn
   Oct-08-21 V Popov vs V Vepkhvishvili, 1990
utssb: 38.Rb6+ followed by 39.Rf6 is a simple way to do it. Popov must have felt pretty bad after this one.
   Sep-15-21 M A Schapiro vs A Hodges, 1923
utssb: <Teyss> <Not sure because of 22.Qf2 protecting both pieces 22...Bxe3 23.Qxe3 and White seems a bit better despite B+N vs R+2Ps: DSB, pieces aiming at the BK and closed position for BRs and BB.> Ah - you're right. I was thinking that 22...e5 complicates things but that just
   Aug-28-21 Fischer vs Letelier, 1959 (replies)
utssb: <asiduodiego> <so the excuse of "he was soooo young", I find it laughable. He just miscalculated> How do you separate "he was too young" from "he miscalculated"? there's zero distinction there... being too young would be the reason for the miscalculation.
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