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yonikeren
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   yonikeren has kibitzed 10 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-06-10 W Fairhurst vs Alekhine, 1933 (replies)
 
yonikeren: The position after 16.Qg4 has appeared in many many books on tactics somehow,although the 'combination' 16..h5! 17.Qxh5 Nf4 18.Qb5 Bxe4 would only win black a centeral pawn for the h pawn..
 
   Sep-16-10 Larry Evans vs Larsen, 1957 (replies)
 
yonikeren: Chessgames.com has done a poor job this week,starting with a fridayish monday puzzle,continuing with a too simple tuesday,and now this!!!! OK,although i love the comments of people here,this is time to stop taking it seriously.
 
   Sep-13-10 Larsen vs R Bogdanovic, 1960 (replies)
 
yonikeren: My last post was wrong,as Kf3 should be awarded a "?" rather than a ?!,since obviously the a5 variation is much much stronger,as (after e3 by black etc) it allows the a pawn to land on a6,and the position of the king is better..
 
   Jul-02-09 J Aagaard vs R Griffa, 2007
 
yonikeren: What are you talking about? LivBlock is obviously right! Bd6 or R1d8 are threats black cannot meet! eg if 1..g5 then 2.Bd6 Nd7 3.Bxf8 Nxf8 4.R1d8 and white wins easily,left with an advantage of a piece(or 2 rooks+ a knight for a queen which is also a piece up in this ...
 
   Nov-06-08 Oll vs Shaked, 1997 (replies)
 
yonikeren: Lafreak,just 1.g8=N b5 2.Ne7 :) Today's problem was nice,i saw 1.Rxf6! Rxf6 2.Bg8+ Kh8 3.Qd8(kind of a skewer with the black rooks) Qe8 and Bxe5,where QxQ is met by Bxf6+. I also tried to refute white's line by means of 1..Rg7!,because the rook on g3 guards from a mate by Qxh3 ...
 
   Nov-05-08 Glek vs S N Arkhipov, 2001 (replies)
 
yonikeren: dzechiel,i think that your corrected line is flawed as well. after 1.Nd6+ Ke7 2.Bg5+?! f6 3.Qh5 black does not have to play Qxd6??. He can play Qa5! evacuating the c7 aquare. Sure,white is still winning. However,i think that the immediate Qh5 where Qa5 is still the best move,is ...
 
   Nov-03-08 SuperPatzer77 chessforum (replies)
 
yonikeren: Thx 4 refuting my line! monday,3.11.08 :)
 
   Nov-03-08 S Cross vs C Henderson, 1938 (replies)
 
yonikeren: I disagree,this is a typical monday! There is a very simple winning variation after 1..Rxg2 2.Kh1 Rxh2+ 3.Kxh2: 3..Rg8! (Threating Qh6 mate). The only two ways to stop this threat are 4.Qc1 or 4.Qd2 after which 4..Qe5+ 5..Qh5 is a mate.
 
   Nov-23-06 Smirin vs B V Alterman, 1993 (replies)
 
yonikeren: Actually,there is another possibility for a first move that i have considered which is Ne5 with the idea of Nf3+ or opening the d file for the rook. My line went Ne5 if PxN then Qg4 pins the bishop and prepares Rd1+. the defence Rc8 then is of course impossible. if 2.Rc8 then Nf3+
 
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