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   tonsillolith has kibitzed 920 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-22-23 Shaked vs Kramnik, 1997
tonsillolith: <31. Nf7> calm defense of the back rank, and, together with the <Bc6>, guarding every entry point along the e-file. As a bonus it comes with tempo, attacking the <Bh6>.
   Mar-20-23 Kramnik vs Short, 1997
tonsillolith: <19. Rxf8!> Black can either lose the bishop or suffer a worse fate, presumably trouble along the back rank, instigated by <20. Qa7>.
   Mar-20-23 M Gurevich vs Leko, 2007 (replies)
tonsillolith: The White bishop looks all safe nestled at <f2>, but <18...f5!> exposes its vulnerability and requires capitulation of the center <19. exf5> or <19. e5> along with important central light squares. Black then thoroughly blockades the <d4> pawn for ...
   Mar-16-23 E Jacobson vs Nimzowitsch, 1920 (replies)
tonsillolith: <17...Ne3!> nice little tactic
   Mar-15-23 Kramnik vs Dreev, 1997
tonsillolith: As a followup, if anyone has a <threat greater than execution> game collection, my eyes would be all ears to view it. Another note on the game: <20.g3> is such an annoying prophylactic move for Black. It ensures, with the given pawn structure, neither knight will ...
   Mar-12-23 V Musil vs Karpov, 1975
tonsillolith: <Ulhumbrus: With the move 26..Be8 Karpov places his queen's bishop not on c6 but on e8 and he will not bring it back out to c6 until a dozen moves later, after he has developed his rook to a8.> The position after <27...h6> showcases the utility of Karpov's bankrank ...
   Mar-11-23 Karpov vs A Pomar Salamanca, 1974
tonsillolith: <48...Rc3!> delaying mate by one move
   Feb-26-23 Fischer vs Tal, 1960
tonsillolith: Drawbert J Fischer vs Mikhail Drawl
   Feb-25-23 A Esipenko vs D Gukesh, 2023 (replies)
tonsillolith: <yuri Stremel: Zwischen - between Zwang - obligation Zug - "thing". In this context, move> When does Zug mean "thing"? I thought in non-chess contexts it would either mean "train" or a noun form of ziehen.
   Feb-16-23 Harikrishna vs Carlsen, 2022 (replies)
tonsillolith: I can't believe no one commented on this game yet.
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