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   Sebastian88 has kibitzed 129 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-28-23 N Ilchenko vs G Pilavov, 2009
Sebastian88: Black's game is very accurate and interesting! Unusual variant prepared at least until the 15th move! Black also has excellent statistics in this variation.
   Jun-04-23 Francesco Discart
Sebastian88: Here you can see Discart in the second row from the top and third counting from the right.
   Jun-04-23 F Discart vs C Bonetti, 1847
Sebastian88: Source: Schachzeitung 9. 1847, p.302. The game was played in the city of Modena.
   Jun-02-23 Potter / Wisker
Sebastian88: The best biography on these two players:
   Jun-02-23 Lewis Elkin
Sebastian88: Here you can see this player in a game played with Paul Morphy: Or perhaps better is this link:
   May-10-23 H Steingrimsson vs M Marin, 2015
Sebastian88: Nope. They can't. The endgame tables make it clear that in this position all moves lead to a draw. The last real (for a human) chance was in 29.♖c2!
   Apr-26-23 I Saeed vs P Maletin, 2014
Sebastian88: This 2. c4 is interpreted in various ways: Niemann vs Carlsen, 2022
   Feb-28-23 Mike Cavendish vs M C C Newman, 2014
Sebastian88: This is currently the last "Philidor Countergambit" in the database. In my opinion, if Black wants to reactivate this Enlightenment-era opening, they should count on the following variant:5...♘f6! 6. ♘xf6+ gxf6 7. dxe5 dxe5 8. ♕xd8+ ♔xd8 9. ♗e3 c6 ...
   Feb-23-23 Morphy vs Maurian, 1869 (replies)
Sebastian88: Morphy was holding up really well in this game. After 19 moves this position was created: [DIAGRAM] There was a chance to play 20. d6! after 20...cxd6 21. ♖xb7 ♘d7 22. ♗d5 (or 22. b3 and also 22. ♖d1) anything could have happened.
   Feb-15-23 Morphy vs Maurian, 1869
Sebastian88: There was a moment that could change the result of this game! A big mistake was 15...♕e7?? (instead of 15...exf5!) and the other mistake was 16...fxe6? (instead of 16...♘h2!), because Paul Morphy could have played 17. ♗d2!! [DIAGRAM] The knight is lost. It now ...
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