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vajeer
Member since Dec-14-06 · Last seen Jul-17-19
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   vajeer has kibitzed 117 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-17-19 Karpov vs Lautier, 1992 (replies)
 
vajeer: In the above variation, 16.Qxb6 is not forced. White could try to move knight to make way for queen on f3. But then Black can block the diagonal with Nd5 followed by Reb8. But then White gets a pawn, knight and a rook for queen. Not sure now if Black is better off.
 
   Jul-16-19 R Pasku vs M De La Cruz, 2006 (replies)
 
vajeer: How can Black maintain the attack after 23. Kc2
 
   Jun-23-19 Alekhine vs V O Smyslov, 1912 (replies)
 
vajeer: Why not 17.Nd6
 
   May-20-19 Alekhine vs Starr, 1924 (replies)
 
vajeer: Would 12...f6 be better? It's obvious that White plans to play 13.f4 which then can be met with 13...Nf7 threatening white's knight posted on d6
 
   Oct-06-16 M D Tseitlin vs Karasev, 1982 (replies)
 
vajeer: How about 29...Bd4 After 30. Rxh8+ Kxh8 31. Qb8+ Kh7 32. Bxd4 cxd4 33. Qxa7 gxh5 White is exchange up. But I was wondering whether 29...Bd4 would be black's best response to 29. Nh5
 
   Jun-25-16 I Rivise vs A Pomar Salamanca, 1954 (replies)
 
vajeer: <YouRang:> LOL, for some reason I was hallucinating that 35. Rxg8 is checkmate!
 
   Jun-20-16 W So vs S Fedorchuk, 2015 (replies)
 
vajeer: Why not 28...Nf3?
 
   May-26-16 G Szilagyi vs Robatsch, 1966 (replies)
 
vajeer: How about 37...Re7 38. Rxe7 Kf8 and black should be able to put up some fight.
 
   Feb-21-16 Yermolinsky vs P Hummel, 1999 (replies)
 
vajeer: Many have pointed 28...f6 as possible improvement for Black. I'm just curious what is the refutation for 28...f5. It helps keep the b1-h7 diagonal closed.
 
   Feb-20-16 Carlsen vs S Sollid, 2001 (replies)
 
vajeer: I think Black's 17...d5 is premature which allows 18. c4 as pointed out by <acirce>.
 
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