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   fredthebear has kibitzed 7586 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-30-22 P Lalic vs G Buckley, 2022
fredthebear: Thank you master. This link should work: I also found this article:
   Nov-30-22 R Mamedov vs I Salgado Lopez, 2022
fredthebear: 3...a5 the Nepomniachtchi variation. 3...a6 is far more common.
   Nov-30-22 L P Supi vs Jobava, 2022
fredthebear: I likely would have played the simple 32.Bxc6 and then the pin 33.Bd5. White gets the resignation anyway.
   Nov-29-22 Grischuk vs E Rosen, 2022
fredthebear: My informative checkmate post was deliberated deleted from this page. MissScarlett is a scoundrel.
   Nov-29-22 J van Foreest vs E Rosen, 2022 (replies)
fredthebear: X-Box Mate my mass! This is another example of why non-chess players should never be in charge of a chess website! Susan Freeman, your son's legacy deserves so much better. Put tournament chess players with manners in charge. HissScarlett stabs ol' FTB in the back AGAIN, ...
   Nov-29-22 I Salgado Lopez vs J van Foreest, 2022
fredthebear: 20.Nxd5 backfires, as Black takes control of the d-file. 21.Nb6 threatening the rook was necessary.
   Nov-29-22 MrDodgy Invitational 3 (2022) (replies)
fredthebear: We're supposed to have fun with chess!
   Nov-29-22 Grischuk vs Pichot, 2022
fredthebear: 18.RxBb7! White kicks off his coming kingside attack with an exchange sacrifice on the queenside. Grischuk whips up a swell attack under the time frame. However, a double discovered check 33.Nf5+ would have been decisive. Both pieces are hanging so that's an uncomfortable choice
   Nov-29-22 H ten Hertog vs B Adhiban, 2022
fredthebear: The final rook check would be followed by a rook check and fork of the loose bishop on the second rank.
   Nov-29-22 L P Supi vs H ten Hertog, 2022
fredthebear: Black goes all in for the e-pawn. The fork 25...Qb5 was missed for a clear advantage. Instead of trading down, 29...Qe7 looks like a better defense of the g7-square. The game ends on a typical blitz blunder. When you see a good move -- play it! Blitz forms bad habits by short ...
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