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   rodchuck has kibitzed 127 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-09-23 de Firmian vs Lautier, 1990 (replies)
rodchuck: Is the black bishop really lost after 34. Kg2? What happens if 34....Bc8? Wherever the rook goes on the 7th rank, 35...Kd8. I guess white can "only" mop up the g7 and a5 pawns, which is sufficient for the win.
   Apr-21-23 R Byrne vs P Bachmann, 1952 (replies)
rodchuck: What happens after 39...Qg7? If 40. Qd8+ then 40....Qf8 doesn't seem to lead anywhere for white
   Jan-24-23 G Capelli vs N Sulava, 1989 (replies)
rodchuck: <goodevans> Exactly what went through my mind!
   Dec-11-22 N Sedoev vs D Prodanov, 1970 (replies)
rodchuck: Why did white resign? The position according to SF14 is dead equal
   May-06-22 Anderssen vs de Riviere, 1858 (replies)
rodchuck: FSR It's been a long time since your post (2012), but your witticism is fabulous - Nancy Sinatra's song accompanied me on several rock climbs in Wales in the 1970's. Thanks!
   Aug-07-21 Dautov vs Krasenkow, 2002 (replies)
rodchuck: Sorry black queen :-(
   May-07-21 Lutikov vs V Osnos, 1965 (replies)
rodchuck: I like Messiah's deep insights into the last few games - they are really terrible!
   Apr-19-21 Khalifman vs Dreev, 1998
rodchuck: After 11. ....b4 I tend to agree with <Random Visitor>. The rather standard, but developing move of 11.... Nbd7 seems a good precaution against the knight at e4. No doubt Dreev saw this, but decided on a more adventurous but risky line to inject some dynamism into the game.
   Mar-10-21 H Tikkanen vs L Babujian, 2005 (replies)
rodchuck: What happens after 32...Ndf3+ 33. gxf3 Nxf3+ 34. Kf1 Qxc4+ 35.Qe2? White seems OK
   Mar-08-21 J Tisdall vs L Christiansen, 1995 (replies)
rodchuck: 39. Rb8 Rxe4 40. Rxd8+ Re8 41.Rxe8+ Kxe8 42. Kxe2 probably wins too, but clumsy compared to the actual play
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