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AnalyzeThis
Member since Jul-23-08 · Last seen Feb-24-15
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   AnalyzeThis has kibitzed 3809 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-16-12 Fischer vs Spassky, 1972 (replies)
 
AnalyzeThis: <OhioChessFan: c3 supports a subsequent b4, so I think the immediate Rh8 is best. 30 plies on Rybka might prove me wrong. > b4 isn't particularly relevant when your king is getting overrun. Fischer saved himself because he could play Qc3 and get the queens off. With the ...
 
   Mar-06-12 Le Quang Liem (replies)
 
AnalyzeThis: Interesting comment. Wonder what it means. Is he saying he's more like Alekhine?
 
   Mar-06-12 W Ader Hausman vs Fischer, 1959 (replies)
 
AnalyzeThis: After 19.... d5, I was surprised that white didn't end up getting mated in the middlegame.
 
   Mar-06-12 Nimzowitsch vs Capablanca, 1927 (replies)
 
AnalyzeThis: This is a marvelous game of chess, that teaches the power of the initiative.
 
   Feb-22-12 Spielmann vs Nimzowitsch, 1931 (replies)
 
AnalyzeThis: So, 7. Ne5. b5 loses to 8. Bxf7. Black plays 7... e6. Now, 8. Qf3. Well, it's a game, I guess.
 
   Feb-06-12 Aron Nimzowitsch (replies)
 
AnalyzeThis: <chancho: No doubt Capa felt like laughing prior to meeting Alekhine, but we all know what happened, no? > We sure do. Alekhine finished ahead of Nimzo at the 1927 qualifying tournament. It appears that there was never a period of time when a minimum of at least two guys ...
 
   Feb-03-12 Nimzowitsch vs Rubinstein, 1907
 
AnalyzeThis: Yes, but as noted, he frequently took advantage of opportunties to exchange off the center pawns, rather than try to maintain them there. Rubinstein chose an opening where this kind of a strategy would not lead to an advantage.
 
   Jan-30-12 Jose Raul Capablanca (replies)
 
AnalyzeThis: Tal's record is indeed very impressive. As was Capa's shorter unbeaten streak.
 
   Jan-21-12 Marshall vs Burn, 1900 (replies)
 
AnalyzeThis: This game is another example of my theory that how black handles his queens's bishop often determines his fate. It looks very pretty on b7, but does nothing, in this game. It would have been far better for Burn to have kept it on c8 as long as needed, then found a way to have ...
 
   Jan-21-12 Marshall vs E Antoniadi, 1907
 
AnalyzeThis: 22. h3 was better. White tried for too much here.
 
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