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|Apr-21-08|| ||whiteshark: position after <18...Bc6>:
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All engine opening books suggest only 19.Ne2, whereas imo <19.h6> fits more the 'all-or-none> character of the position.
|Apr-21-08|| ||positionalgenius: Grischuk played the french!? Wow that definitely took his opponent by surprise.|
|Apr-21-08|| ||kingsindian2006: forcing the queen to move in a place where the trade works out well for black is sweet to watch. and move 30. ..rxd3 is good defense.|
|Apr-21-08|| ||veigaman: <Wow that definitely took his opponent by surprise.> The talent beats the opening cook!|
|Apr-22-08|| ||urnebes: Cheparinov is trying hard to play like Topalov. Hopefully, one day he actually will succeed.|
|Apr-22-08|| ||Orlin Burov: Cheparinov should be a bit wiser and find his true self.
Hope he does better sooner or later
Topalov shouldn't be the sole model.
|Apr-23-08|| ||KarAkter: 13.Qc3 is better for white here.On 19.h6 Rg6 20.h7 Rh8 21.Qd1 Rg7 22.g4 Ne7 23.Lc4(or 23.Ld3 Ng6 24.Lc4) dc4 24.Rc4 Rgh7=.On 19.Ne2 Lb5 20.Nd4 looks better than a4.Interesting looks 27...d2+ 28.Kd1 Ne4 29.Rf3 Nf2 30.Rf2 Ne3+ 31.Ke2 d1=Q 32.Ke3 Qd4+.Anyway,good game for Grischuk|
|Apr-23-08|| ||Marmot PFL: <whiteshark> 19.h6 has been played, and seems OK for black. D Tebb vs G Quillan, 2006|
|Apr-23-08|| ||Marmot PFL: Maybe Cheparinov should have played 21.Ba3 like my old friend Rajlich. V Rajlich vs E N Cooke, 2001|
|Apr-24-08|| ||KarAkter: If 21.La3 Lc6 22.Qc3 Qa7 23.a5 Rg4!(instead Nfe3?)24.h6(Lc1?)Rh8 25.Rc4 dc4 26.Qc4 Qb8 and black is more than OK.|
|Apr-24-08|| ||al wazir: After 27. Bxc5 there is again a flurry of exchanges, and now I think white wins the endgame. For example, 27...dxc2 28. Ne2 Rd1+ 29. Kf2 c1=Q 30. Nxc1 Rxc1 31. Rxg3 Nxg3 32. Kxg3 Rxf1 33. Kg4.|
|Apr-24-08|| ||KarAkter: On 27.Lc5 dc2 28.Ne2 Rd1+ 29.Kf2 black have Rd2!:And now 30.Rg3 c1=Q.Black is better|
|Apr-24-08|| ||al wazir: <KarAkter>: Danke. Sie haben recht.|
|Apr-25-08|| ||KarAkter: Bitte schön! :)|
|Apr-26-08|| ||Mateo: 21.Qc3 (?) seems to be a blunder losing the exchange without sufficient compensation. Better, for instance, 21.Bd2.|
|Apr-28-08|| ||PinnedPiece: 17 removals by move 32, and no way for the white knight to protect white's one hope of a queening square after the dust settles.|
I wonder if 30. d4 would have improved things for white?
|Apr-29-08|| ||minasina: Rybka anlysis sample http://chessok.com/broadcast/live.p...|
|Mar-04-09|| ||Samagonka: Cheparinov's tactics in this game remind me of Fischer.|
|Mar-04-09|| ||kevin86: What a pawn race! I guess black will win that one as white cannot protect his staid pawn forever. Meanwhile,black's one pawn can divert the foe while the other is in reserve,ready to win later.|
Note the kings! White's has nothing to do;black's is ready and willing to gobble up the pawn and then to assist his own.
|Mar-04-09|| ||swordfish: Samagonka: Cheparinov's tactics in this game remind me of Fischer.|
Except that Fischer's were usually successful.
|Mar-04-09|| ||WhiteRook48: why resign?|
|Aug-01-09|| ||kurtrichards: Surprise, surprise, surprise....who would think that Grischuk would do a bit of Uhlmann?|
|Aug-28-10|| ||rapidcitychess: <Whiterook48:<Why resign?>>
Because he was losing.|
|May-23-11|| ||Eisenheim: why not play 42...ke6, then if 43 Nd6 threatening a fork if KxP, black can suprise with 43 ...rxh7 44 bxh7 kxe5 losing the exhange but leaving a horse and three (two) pawns versus a horse and a bishop. drawish at least for black|
|May-23-11|| ||Sastre: If 42...Ke6 43.Nd6, Black has 43...f6 44.Ba2+ Nb3 45.Nxb7 Kxe5 .|
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