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   wellsometimes has kibitzed 17 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-03-15 Oliveira vs Mendes, 1927 (replies)
wellsometimes: Hard to believe how simply and tightly 17.d4 traps the black queen, cutting her possible retreat squares, whereas the coordination of white pieces protects the first horizontal, allowing completely dominate the black queen. A very good geometrical pattern for ...
   Nov-14-14 O van Veen vs F Dieperink, 2000
wellsometimes: Frednink!
   Oct-14-14 Horwitz vs Harrwitz, 1846 (replies)
wellsometimes: How about 35...Bf3? instead of 35...Qd5? Why not?
   Sep-15-14 S Catalfamo vs M Hlinschi, 2011
wellsometimes: 24...Ktxc5 seems to be good for black.
   Jun-06-14 Saemisch vs Capablanca, 1929 (replies)
wellsometimes: Tales are interesting, amusing. Strictly from the standpoint of learning, once Capa made his blunder, things change to how Saemisch should have technically managed to win the game. To stop, to slow, to unharm, somehow, the desperate Black's pawn storm on the kingside, seems to
   May-27-14 M Cebalo vs E Dervishi, 2001
wellsometimes: Maybe a blitz game? White could have played 33.Rf5xd5, grabbing the bishop for free. Even in the next move it still remains possible. Why not?
   May-08-14 J Mullon vs K Georgiev, 2011
wellsometimes: And Black`s passed pawn at c3 remains safe, thanks to the threat of fork at b4, after the forced trade of queens. So simple, but so professional!
   Jan-01-14 S Sjugirov vs M Brodsky, 2008
wellsometimes: We,patzers,hardly can think as professionals. But this is not the worst of all. The worst is that we never feel what is almost obvious to them. Soon after 18th move, when black's DSB is traded, black's position falls in Kmoch's "melanopenia". From that moment on, white's play ...
   Dec-06-13 Bronstein vs V Barsauskas, 1947 (replies)
wellsometimes: <Nilsson> Thank you very much for having posted your comment. Of course I didn't see 12.Ng5 up to its final consequences. But I took that move into consideration. And discarded it! Just like grandpatzers always do. I came to calculate 12...PxKtg6 13.Qh5+ Ke7 14.Bg5+ Ktf6
   Nov-06-13 Saemisch vs Nimzowitsch, 1923 (replies)
wellsometimes: Many thanks, Karpova! So I'm not so wrong!Simply your comments would already be much convincing to me,since you are a very seasoned member, whose comments impress me. Knowing that Kasparov also could play that way comforts aditionally. My "guessed move" in Guess the Move was ...
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