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   Chess4Him has kibitzed 5 times to chessgames  
   Oct-06-18 Kamsky vs S Shankland, 2014
Chess4Him: This game is featured in IM Eric Rosen's "Beat Good Players with the London/Games to Know by Heart" YouTube video put on by the Saint Louis Chess Club.
   Jun-11-18 Shirov vs Sakaev, 1986 (replies)
Chess4Him: The final blow when the Queen is lost to defend. An incredible board vision to finish this game.
   Dec-20-11 V Zvjaginsev vs Khalifman, 2005 (replies)
Chess4Him: This fascinating game is about the move 2.Na3. A book by in The Grandmaster Repertoire series suggests that this move may be able to take care of "certain weaknesses". What weaknesses might Black's position offer White?
   Nov-27-10 Tal vs Lisitsin, 1956 (replies)
Chess4Him: In this game, Black moves their Rook over and exposes their a-pawn for capture (14...Rb8). Why not capture? Unless, you want to avoid opening a file to the Black King. But you still gain a pawn. Hmmm....
   Aug-21-10 V Isupov vs A E Vaulin, 1991
Chess4Him: This is one of the featured games in the book, "Mastering The Najdorf". It is well annotated and demonstrates a solid win for black!
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