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AESTRADAR
Member since Aug-13-09 · Last seen Apr-21-12
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   AESTRADAR has kibitzed 27 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-19-12 Paulsen vs Metger, 1878
 
AESTRADAR: I agree with all those kibitzer may be was a headache
 
   Jan-30-12 G Jones vs S Meenakshi, 2011
 
AESTRADAR: i agree with Roo2 e2 now whites save their queen
 
   Apr-19-10 Beliavsky vs Khalifman, 1992 (replies)
 
AESTRADAR: 53. Rh2-H1, Rh6-h5 in this position white resign but with 54. Qf8+it is drawn by perpetual check
 
   Mar-02-10 Kholmov vs Gulko, 1985
 
AESTRADAR: 38....Be7 a blunder black should looks for the exchange of the rooks and so arrive to an ending of bishops of different color
 
   Feb-04-10 Boleslavsky vs Smyslov, 1940
 
AESTRADAR: An excelent opportunity the knight goes to e1 trough d3 in order to attack the pawn g2
 
   Feb-04-10 M Janata vs Smyslov, 1968 (replies)
 
AESTRADAR: black has one more pawn even though it is doubled. the white pawns limit the movements of the black king. the procedure to win is quite simple.
 
   Feb-04-10 Aronin vs Smyslov, 1951 (replies)
 
AESTRADAR: 45.g4 this pawn ending is almost a study when Aronin made this move he was sure to win but Smyslov replay 45...hxg3 supressing the counterplay associated to ...f6-f5 o g5-g4 now the white king intens to go to c4
 
   Jan-24-10 Furman vs Kholmov, 1963 (replies)
 
AESTRADAR: 19....Le6-b3! here stand the bishop very strong
 
   Jan-23-10 Bondarevsky vs G Ilivitsky, 1948
 
AESTRADAR: Doubling the rooks to avoid 15...Tad8
 
   Dec-06-09 Boleslavsky vs Stoltz, 1948 (replies)
 
AESTRADAR: f9....g5? A definitive mistake. In view of the menace g5=g4 it seems good the situation. White found however the refutation the black attack
 
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