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   wayneduhpatzer has kibitzed 24 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-05-17 Y Krutikhin vs Botvinnik, 1963
wayneduhpatzer: After having just sacked a piece, the forced drawing sequence Black now has (which clearly both players visualized since they agreed to split the point) is 29..Rxc1+ 30 Kxc1 Qg1+ 31 Kd2 Qg2+ 32 Ke3 Qg1+ 33 Ke2 Qg2+, forcing a repetition/perpetual.
   Mar-01-17 K Grigoryan vs V Korduban, 2012
wayneduhpatzer: Black resigned before White could play the obvious 26 Qg5+ Kf8 27 Rd8+, which will leave Black a full Queen down after 27..Qxd8 28 Qxd8+ Kg7 29 Qd4+ and 30 Qxa7.
   Sep-22-16 O Sogaard vs T Steiner, 1973 (replies)
wayneduhpatzer: The moves keyed in for this game simply CAN’T be right – there are just WAY too many that make NO sense. <Bear in mind, this is supposedly a CORRESPONDENCE game.> Observe: [DIAGRAM] White’s last move was 9 Bd3 and yet now he plays 10 Be2? Not a tactical blunder, ...
   Sep-21-16 Alexander K Ski vs Kenneth Wallin, 2015
wayneduhpatzer: 15..Bxe5?? – really? You have **GOT** to be kidding me. White’s 17th is what we call a “fork”.
   Sep-21-16 Lin Chen vs Liu Qingnan, 2015 (replies)
wayneduhpatzer: Early in this game, after White played 5 Nf3??, this was the position: [DIAGRAM] And now, instead of 5..Qc7?, why didn’t Black play the simple 5..Nxe4 – ? This clearly wins a pawn without any complications; White has absolutely no compensation at all. I’m always amazed ...
   Sep-17-16 Najdorf vs Letelier, 1961
wayneduhpatzer: Early in this game, when Black played 6..Ne8??, there followed 7 Bxe7 Qxe7, reaching this position: [DIAGRAM] And now, instead of 8 Qc2?, why didn’t White play the simple 8 cxd5 – ? This clearly wins a pawn without any complications; Black has absolutely no compensation ...
   Sep-08-16 Carlsen vs S Sending, 2000
wayneduhpatzer: Here’s the position after Black’s 12th move: [DIAGRAM] At first I was going to comment that White could’ve safely won a 2nd pawn by 13 Nxe5 (and would be threatening 14 Nc6). If 13..Re8 then 14 Nc6 (gaining a crucial tempo) followed by 15 f3, and White keeps his 2 ...
   Sep-05-16 W Goichberg vs R W Schutt, 1966
wayneduhpatzer: Black’s resignation was correct, as he can wriggle a little but will still drop a piece. If 13..h6 White replies 14 Qc1 (protecting the Rook), ready to answer ..Ne7 with 15 Bxe7 (discovering on the Queen).
   Sep-02-16 F Bindrich vs S Giessmann, 2004
wayneduhpatzer: Assuming the moves given are correct, White blundered with 63 Kc5?? and Black then returned the favor with ..Re5+??, missing the obvious ..Rc8+. This would’ve lead, after 64 Kd5 Rxc4 65 Kxc4 g6 66 fxg6 Kg7 67 Kd4 Kxg6 68 Ke4 Kg5 69 Kf3 Kf5, to a fairly simple King-and-pawn ...
   Nov-06-15 R Kuttnig vs J Ferrari, 1999 (replies)
wayneduhpatzer: This game was initially scored as a win for Black (0-1). But after the very last move played (72 h7) it not only “looks” like White is winning, but a brief analysis easily validates that initial assessment. If play had continued, the next three half-moves undoubtedly ...
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