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   ConLaMismaMano has kibitzed 1127 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-29-14 Alan Pichot (replies)
ConLaMismaMano: The Argentine International Master Alan Pichot, became World Champion in the under 16 section and also won his first GM norm.
   Sep-25-14 Murali Karthikeyan (replies)
ConLaMismaMano: IM Alan Pichot, the biggest talent Argentina has had for the last 30 years, just beat Murali a few minutes ago. He's now in clear second place. Could he be the next Panno? Time will tell.
   Sep-25-14 F Perez Ponsa vs R Frick, 2014
ConLaMismaMano: 24.Qxf7! That certainly surprised Frick.
   Aug-13-14 S Mareco vs Onischuk, 2014
ConLaMismaMano: A very similar situation happened two years ago at the Olympics in istanbul. It was the tenth round (just like here) and Argentina faced Russia. Mareco had a slight advantage over Jakovenko and everything depended on him to tie the match. He had to beat Jakovenko, which of ...
   Aug-13-14 F Perez Ponsa vs S Shankland, 2014
ConLaMismaMano: GM Federico Pérez Ponsa (93'), two years younger than Shankland, was supposed to be Argentina´s next star (GMs Felgaer, Peralta, Flores and Mareco being the older generation), but while at school he had to make a decision. Go pro or go to college. While still at school he ...
   Jul-26-14 Jorge Alberto Rubinetti (replies)
ConLaMismaMano: Jorge is the chess professor at my club! Among other activities, trains us to raise our level and organizes matches versus other clubs. He always has funny stories from the past about Fischer and other great players of the era.
   Aug-12-13 Federico Perez Ponsa (replies)
ConLaMismaMano: At the age of 17, Federico is the youngest Argentine chess player in history to obtain the Grand Master title (2012). Great talent that decided to go to college instead of pursuing a career in chess. Took part at the last "27th Summer Universidade" representing Argentia and ...
   Nov-12-12 R Felgaer vs Negi, 2012
ConLaMismaMano: 15...Ne8 (The beginning of a wrong plan. Better was 15...Kh8.) 16.Rad1 f6? (Weakens the "e6" square. How Felgaer manages to seize the square is exemplary.) 18.Bf5! g6. (White's move is intended to open the column where the king is. Now black can't play 18...Bxf5 19.exf5 Qxf5 ...
   Nov-12-12 R Felgaer vs P Michalik, 2012
ConLaMismaMano: 11.g4! Felgaer feels very comfortable in these positions. Here he gives us a lesson in how to attack the kingside castling. 26.f4! Opening more lines, not just columns but also diagonals (the a1-h8 diagonal is crying out to be opened). 26...d4. It seems to be a good defensive
   Nov-12-12 R Felgaer vs H Danielsen, 2012
ConLaMismaMano: 11...Qe7? I find it hard to say that after this mistake Black is lost, but ... (11...c5 is the move that the position is asking for, quickly hitting the center.) 13. b4! Now the c6-c5 break will be much more difficult to do. 13...Bd8 (13...Bc7 14.Bd3 b6 is an attempt to play ...
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