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ArturoRivera
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   ArturoRivera has kibitzed 646 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-18-13 Huzman vs Kasparov, 2003 (replies)
 
ArturoRivera: Suggestion <chessgames>. A nice pun for this game would be "errare Huzmanum est"
 
   Sep-04-13 Gandalf vs XINIX, 2001 (replies)
 
ArturoRivera: I propose a pun for this game "you shall not pass"
 
   Aug-13-10 M Bartel vs M Sieciechowicz, 2010
 
ArturoRivera: In spanish IM international Master is MI (Maestro Internacional). Therefore <chessgames> i suggest the pun MI Bartel vs GM Sieciechowicz because since the second player won he was better so the first was a IM and the second a GM.
 
   Jun-07-10 G Ilivitsky vs Aronin, 1952
 
ArturoRivera: <Chessgames.com> Since Lev Aronin seems like "Levon Aronian" but a little bit cut, couldnt it make a good pun? "beati Aronin"
 
   Oct-08-08 Alekhine vs Nimzowitsch, 1930 (replies)
 
ArturoRivera: In this variation i think black clearly qualize in simple fashion: 1.-e4 e6 2.-d4 d5 3.-Nc3 Bb4 4.-e5 c5 4.-Ad2 cxd4 5.-Nb5 Bf8! and white has no advantage after all.
 
   Oct-06-08 Glucksberg vs Najdorf, 1929 (replies)
 
ArturoRivera: After Kxh2 simply Ng4+ and Qxg5, no analisis needed, simply a healty pawn up, initiative and some matting netts on the air.
 
   Apr-22-07 A Ostapenko vs S Kurkin, 1970 (replies)
 
ArturoRivera: I was triying to calculate 19.-exd6, but i simply have no clue how to continue. Of course (and this is my fast whithout computer analysis), i tought at first sight that after 19.-exd6 gxh6 white win's forced. 19.-exd6 gxh6 20.-gxh6+ Kf8 21.-Rg8+ Kxg8 22.-dxe7 f5 ...
 
   Nov-21-06 Anatoly Karpov (replies)
 
ArturoRivera: does karpov have played even one time the interesting position on the zaitsev that arises after 1.-e4 e5 2.-Nf3 Nc6 3.-Bb5 a6 4.-Ba6 Nf6 5.-0-0 Be7 6.-Re1 b5 7.-Bb3 d6 8.-c3 0-0 9.-h3 Bb7 10.-d4 Re8 11.-Nd2 Bf8 12.-a4 h6 13.-Bc2 exd4 14.-cxd4 Nb4 ...
 
   Sep-18-06 J Mason vs NN, 1900 (replies)
 
ArturoRivera: By move 9 Mason its definitely worst
 
   Aug-30-06 The World vs A Nickel, 2006 (replies)
 
ArturoRivera: In the may lines of the dragon white get a nice chance to win, so black, but everybody agrees that the dragon (as we know it) its not very popular at the highest level, and there must be a reason. If arnold gets into a dragon, i propose we crush him into a tacktical show. :P ...
 
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