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   prinsallan has kibitzed 1022 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-20-20 P Golubka vs C Krantz, 2016
prinsallan: Only mistake my computer finds is 17...Qf8 Evaluation: Leads to 18.Rxg8+ Qxg8 19.Qxb7 Re8 20.Bxc4 Ng4 21.Bf4 Bg5 22.Rf1 Bxf4+ 23.Rxf4 Nxe5 24.dxe5 Qg1+ 25.Rf1 Qe3+ 26.Kb1, which wins a rook, a bishop, and a knight for a rook, a bishop, a knight, and two pawns. Better is Qb6, ...
   Oct-19-20 C Krantz vs Trygve Dahl, 2016
prinsallan: Put my old chessmaster X to check this PGN. 2 minutes on every move and after a few hours it was done- guess what. It cant find a single mistake from White. Nice job Christopher!
   Oct-19-20 C Krantz vs M Pantzar, 2016
prinsallan: Well played Christopher. Nothing fancy, just solid moves all the way.
   Dec-14-09 Nyback vs U Von Herman, 2009 (replies)
prinsallan: Thanks <Once>. Felt like a rather solid attack from white. The king has found himself in a rather serious situation. I think I would win this against an equal opponent.
   Jun-22-09 Rublevsky vs S Shipov, 1991 (replies)
prinsallan: QxB removes the defnder of the fork and wins (at least) a minor piece in 3 moves.
   Jun-22-09 Rybka vs Jonny, 2006 (replies)
prinsallan: Cool trade- Q for three minors. Most computers would think its an even trade, but Rybka plays such a solid defense and covers so many squares with the minor pieces that you just sit back totally stunned.
   Jun-22-09 Rybka vs Ehlvest, 2007 (replies)
prinsallan: Rybka = saccing machine!
   Jun-22-09 Rybka vs Diep, 2007 (replies)
prinsallan: @capin: 15... Nxc3 is much too dangerous because of 16 fxe6 -opens up infront of the King, with threats allover the place. 15... Nxf2 is equally bd since this allows white to form an Alekhine gun and then opening up. Im sorry, but 15. f5 is the clencher, a real beauty.
   Jun-22-09 The King vs Rybka, 2006
prinsallan: In the ending attack, whites pieces are so pinned the cant move in any direction ^^
   Jun-22-09 Rybka vs Shredder, 2007 (replies)
prinsallan: What do you suggest then? 45... b2? 46. Qh7+ Ke8 (forced) 47. Qh7+ Ke7 (forced) 48. Qe8# The mating net is same no matter what black does, unless he immediatly takes the pawn.
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