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Dezaxa
Member since May-28-08 · Last seen Sep-01-14
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   Dezaxa has kibitzed 26 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-04-14 Karpov vs Miles, 1980 (replies)
 
Dezaxa: Karpov calls this "incorrect opening" in his book Learn from your Defeats. I believe this game was the first time a British player beat a reigning world champion.
 
   Jan-22-14 Wagner vs Z Hermanowicz, 1933 (replies)
 
Dezaxa: Seems to me Black could have won much sooner with 30... Rxh2 31 Kxh2 Rh8 32 Kg1 Qh7.
 
   Jan-04-14 Captain Evans vs McDonnell, 1825 (replies)
 
Dezaxa: I think theory favors 7...Bb6, so that 8 Qb3 can be answered by Na5. Having committed himself to 7...Bg4 Black should have followed up with 8 Qb3 Bxf3 immediately. This would have eliminated an attacker and made the defense much easier. I get the impression that Black was rather too ...
 
   Jan-04-14 V Smirnov vs Tikhonov, 1954
 
Dezaxa: Sadly, they don't seem to make them like this any more.
 
   Dec-29-13 S Horvath vs B Perenyi, 1972 (replies)
 
Dezaxa: 15... Nxf2 looks like a blunder. Instead, 15... Rxb3 leaves Black with all the winning chances.
 
   Dec-28-13 Timman vs Panno, 1982 (replies)
 
Dezaxa: 32... Reb8 seems to be the fatal error. Any reason why not 32... Re7 ?
 
   Dec-10-13 A Brinckmann vs G Schories, 1933 (replies)
 
Dezaxa: 22 Qg8+ is the simplest, but 22 Nxg6 and 22 Nxd7 also both win comfortably.
 
   Dec-03-13 Michigan vs W Curran, 1876 (replies)
 
Dezaxa: Best play may be 13...Ne2 14. Qxe2 Bxe2 15. Ne6 Bb6 16. Nc3 Bxf1 17. Kxf1 gxf2, with a slight advantage to Black.
 
   Nov-21-13 M Basman vs D E Rumens, 1982
 
Dezaxa: 23...h5 is strong for Black (threatening Ng4 and then Bxf4). After 24 Qc2 Ke7, intending 25...Rf8, Black's attack looks crushing.
 
   Oct-22-13 A Nogueira vs A Atanasoff, 2000
 
Dezaxa: White missed 17 Nc5, winning a piece.
 
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