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Breunor
Member since Nov-23-06 · Last seen Oct-21-17
Currently rated 1722, highest was 1912. Two children who play, younger one may become a master. Live in New York.
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   Breunor has kibitzed 230 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-09-17 Chigorin vs Pillsbury, 1902 (replies)
 
Breunor: Why 41 ... h3? This seems to drop a key pawn. It doesn't seem like black gets anything for it.
 
   Oct-08-17 B Sambuev vs Wei Yi, 2017
 
Breunor: According to Soltis, black should play 17 Bxg5. Later 21 Rfd8 and 22 Bf8 might have kept him in the game. (From Soltis' column)
 
   Oct-04-17 Lasker vs Marshall, 1907
 
Breunor: Wonderful endgame! It looks like White's only real advantage was the black doubled pawns, instructive endgame play by Lasker.
 
   Sep-15-17 Tarrasch vs W Hahn, 1888 (replies)
 
Breunor: Really beautiful game! Wonderful positional game, and then a great tactical shot with 28 R x c5
 
   Sep-04-17 Janowski vs E Tennenwurzel, 1916 (replies)
 
Breunor: I usually think of Janowski as a tactics guy; some patient positional play though before the fireworks at the end!
 
   Sep-02-17 Tarrasch vs Romberg, 1893 (replies)
 
Breunor: Moves like 19 Rf6! Are one of the reasons it is so great to be a chess fan, even for weakish players like me!
 
   Aug-08-17 Vidmar vs B Tot, 1938
 
Breunor: Oh you are right, I thought the pawn was on f3. Thanks!
 
   Jul-30-17 A Giri vs Aronian, 2017
 
Breunor: What a crazy game!
 
   Jul-07-17 P Jowett vs J McBride, 2007 (replies)
 
Breunor: Thanks Beatgiant (and others)!
 
   Jun-20-17 Timman vs J Smeets, 2007 (replies)
 
Breunor: Where does Timman go wrong here? On first appearance it seems like it may be 32 Ra6 (or the preceding move 31 a5) where Smeets gets to control the C file. But maybe the losing move(s) occur later?
 
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