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sammy desandoli
Member since Jun-10-04 · Last seen Sep-19-10
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   sammy desandoli has kibitzed 12 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-09-07 T L Petrosian vs A Timofeev, 2006 (replies)
sammy desandoli: 33. ...Qxg5 wins for black doesnt it? if 34. Bxg5, black mates with 34...Rxe1#
   Sep-02-07 J Meyer vs R Klees, 2001 (replies)
sammy desandoli: in CHESS LAB database this opening has 5 wins white, 1 win black, 4 draws. the one loss for white was a failed gambit. chess lab is a free online data base.
   May-30-07 Adams vs Shirov, 2007 (replies)
sammy desandoli: move....35Rd5 is an illegal move as it appears on my viewer, that rook was pinned.
   May-05-07 Napoleon Bonaparte vs The Turk, 1809 (replies)
sammy desandoli: The "Turk" was a chess playing machine. They actually had a player hiding in a magicians cabinet with a complicated set of gears and levers to move the pieces. The " Turk" ended its career giving exhibitions in the USA . The chess player had to be small because the cabinet ...
   Apr-24-07 J Rowson vs de Firmian, 2003 (replies)
sammy desandoli: 21...Qe8, 22.Bxg7 Kxg7, 23.Rh5 mate soon to follow. 22.Rxd8 Rfxd8 Black has good chances, White rook on h is useless,black can double rooks on d file, whites bishop is very strong, black king is safe for now, white king exposed.
   Apr-10-07 M Sawadkuhi vs M Keeshan, 1972
sammy desandoli: 21 Re7 wins for white,,, so does 21 BxB, but not as quickly.
   Nov-17-06 Kharlov vs A Galliamova, 2001
sammy desandoli: 22. Qxb4, why not?
   Jan-18-06 B Markun vs A Vospernik, 1995 (replies)
sammy desandoli: AV has 18 games in this data base, highest rating was 2200+, better than his above scoffers I bet. I bet most players have skeletons like this in the closet.
   Jun-28-05 Kotronias vs Ftacnik, 2001
sammy desandoli: Why not 38...Rxb2?
   Mar-26-05 Blackburne / Aloof vs Bird / Womersley, 1897 (replies)
sammy desandoli: 21...Rxf5 seems to be a win for black. One continuation: 22. Qxf5 Re8 23.Qb1 Qd4 24.Bg5 Qf2 25. Rf1 Bd6 26.Rxf2 gxf2 27.Bd2 Bg3 28. Qf1 Re4. And black wins.
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