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   vajeer has kibitzed 135 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-12-21 A Karlovich vs N Hryhorenko, 2001 (replies)
vajeer: A bit easy for Friday. There is not much branching and many moves are forced.
   Dec-10-20 Y Vovk vs S Lots, 2007 (replies)
vajeer: This was easy for Thursday. 26. g5 was a great move....that could be a Saturday/Sunday puzzle.
   Dec-07-20 H Bastian vs G Walter, 1997 (replies)
vajeer: Puzzle could even be set at 23.exf6. However, how do you let everyone know that en-passant is available, and if you do, you would be providing a hint to the puzzle?
   Dec-04-20 M Kravtsiv vs Y Vovk, 2004 (replies)
vajeer: <Brenin: I rejected 11 d5 on account of 11 ... Qxd6, which seems to give Black a decent position.> I was also hoping to see something more forcing, but can't find it after 11...Qxd6. However, even in this line White ends up a pawn up and should be able to grind out a victory.
   Nov-27-20 Vachier-Lagrave vs Nakamura, 2020
vajeer: <offramp:> <36. Qf6! Offering the rook on d5. It can't be taken:> What is the continuation after 36...Qxd5 37. Qxh6 f5 Seems that Black is able to hold.
   Nov-27-20 Vachier-Lagrave vs Nakamura, 2020
vajeer: Good game...middle game was quite interesting. But strange how they decided to play that Knight and Bishop end game till the end!
   Nov-27-20 D Coleman vs Chandler, 1977 (replies)
vajeer: I found this easier than yesterday. Black only has one forcing move, and rest is mere calculations to ensure there is no escape from mating net. In that sense it was more about calculation that ingenuity, which makes it easier to solve I guess!
   Nov-19-20 Martirosyan vs Nakamura, 2020 (replies)
vajeer: <MordimerChess:> White really snatched loss from the jaw of victory lol. By the way I was also thinking about 38. Rd6 and your continuation wins easily. By the way, after 38. Rf6 Qc4, white should avoid temptation of 39. Nf6+, because Black can equalize after 39...Nf6 40. Rxf6
   Oct-22-20 I Findlay vs L Day, 1980 (replies)
vajeer: not medium level I think. Especially line after 23....d5 24. Bf3 and I couldn't find a decisively short continuation for a "medium" level puzzle. But really a good puzzle in general. Also I see Stockfish suggests 24...d4 25. Kh1 Qe7 26.Nd5 Nxd5 27.Bxd5 Qc5 28. Be4 How about 28. Qa5 ...
   Oct-16-20 Svidler vs Topalov, 2006 (replies)
vajeer: <Jimfromprovidence> Thanks! That pawn on c3 plays a crucial role in preventing Kb4. And also in the game continuation..allows 63.Qb4+
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