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My chess experience is gained mainly from playing over the internet. I was born and live in the best country on planet Earth: tiny but proud Slovenia (Central Europe). On internet i usually have chess rating between 1900 and 2000. I recommend to everyone who wants to learn the secrets of grandmasters' moves. Great site!
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   Autoreparaturwerkbau has kibitzed 2211 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-11-18 Epishin vs Short, 2002 (replies)
Autoreparaturwerkbau: <<Cecil Brown; Jul-02-04> 12.O-O-O is a novelty. 12.Be5 has been tried twice with black winning both games.> Castling Q-side on 12th move surely is dubious to say at least. With the above mentioned 12.Be5 white holds equal position with castling K-side only ...
   Sep-25-18 Alekhine / Koltanowski vs Antwerp, 1934 (replies)
Autoreparaturwerkbau: I think <32.Kf5> [DIAGRAM] was much better idea than retreating the knight to edge of the board (32.Na5 was actually played), because after <32...Nf8 33.Na5 fxe5 34.Nc6 Be7 35.Nxe5+ Ke8 36.g4 Bd6 37.g5 hxg5 38.fxg5> white reaches the position [DIAGRAM]
   Sep-24-18 Radjabov vs Morozevich, 2008 (replies)
Autoreparaturwerkbau: Nice one-two punch Monday puzzle. Black had an even game until <55...Be5??> abandoning a rook for no reason at all. Almost any other move is better, for example <55...Ne8> [DIAGRAM] which easily holds position in balance since after 56.Qa5+ Qa7 57.Qb4 ...
   Sep-21-18 W Bialas vs Uhlmann, 1951 (replies)
Autoreparaturwerkbau: <Sep-21-18; agb2002; Black has five pieces to attack the white king, starting with 17... Bxh2+: A) 18.Kxh2 Ng4+ A.3) 19.Kg3 Rxf2 A.3.d) 20.Qc1 Qc7+ 21.Nf4 Rxf1 22.Qxf1 Qxc3 seems <to win two pawns at least.>> The above line A.3.d) is actually a main line
   Sep-20-18 D Petrosian vs V Kutynec, 2008
Autoreparaturwerkbau: <24.Rd7+> was not bad. But sacing the other rook: <24.Rxg6!> was much better since it completely demolishes king's defenses while black's major pieces are clumsily positioned for any proper defense.
   Sep-20-18 Kotronias vs Xiu Deshun, 2011 (replies)
Autoreparaturwerkbau: Jan-19-12 <Phony Benoni: Yes, 15...Be6 appears to be the fatal blunder> Agreed. Computer says 15...Be6?? was the move that turned white's eval -2,10 nightmare (around two pawns behind) into mate-in-11.
   Aug-23-18 Macieja vs Karpov, 2003 (replies)
Autoreparaturwerkbau: THE MEANING OF OPEN FILES Abandoning open e-file for no reason in black's hands at move 37 was the sole reason for Macieja's downfall. Any sensible move, say 37.Re1 would hold the position just fine. Instead white plays 37.Qg4? which has no real purpose. White could ...
   Aug-05-18 I Stohl vs R Kuczynski, 1993 (replies)
Autoreparaturwerkbau: 41.Rh1 was suboptimal. Better was 41.Qxa4, clearing the path for both queenside passed pawns.
   Aug-02-18 Le Quang Liem vs N Villanueva, 2013
Autoreparaturwerkbau: Quite unusual opening, white exploits black's weak back rank and from there white emerges victorious.
   Jul-30-18 Daniel Freeman (replies)
Autoreparaturwerkbau: That is so sad to hear. That sad news explain the recent anomalies on the site when some functions were not updated or worked out of sync. I wish the wonderful site will continue the legacy mr. Freeman has built.
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