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   Inocencio has kibitzed 78 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-25-19 Yu Yangyi vs Vitiugov, 2019 (replies)
Inocencio: Caveat, the Chinese are coming! Ding Liren, Yu Yangyi and others. China will be the next superpower not only in chess but in world affairs.
   Sep-21-19 Jakovenko vs M Vachier-Lagrave, 2019 (replies)
Inocencio: Passed pawn is a game changer. Jakovenko is an expert technician specially in endgame. Give him a small advantage, he will convert it to a win in just a matter of time. This is a masterpiece!
   Jul-15-19 Grischuk vs Vitiugov, 2019 (replies)
Inocencio: Poisoned Pawn. The white pawn at c3 is doomed to be a trap. Move #12 of black is the beginning of his end. Vitiukuv is being lured to take the pawn with impunity. Development should be the priority of Nikita instead of taking the extra pawn; at least - lesson can be learned.
   Jun-24-19 Bronstein vs Korchnoi, 1958
Inocencio: Managing Bad Bishop. Korchnoi is an expert in managing a bad bishop. Korchnoi has a solid position, Bronstein could not penetrate despite several attempts of breakthroughs.
   Jun-17-19 Sasikiran vs V Artemiev, 2019 (replies)
Inocencio: Sub-marine move! #26 (Rd6) reminds me of a torpedo launched from a sub-marine; from then on - Artemiev could not find a good defense. Good job, KS!
   Jun-02-19 I Pogrebissky vs Botvinnik, 1939
Inocencio: Anti-positional. Some great players like Fischer consider French Defense as anti-positional. I do not think so. French Defense is a solid defense which sometimes very hard to penetrate to an attacking player who wanted flying pieces in the board.
   May-24-19 I Aloni vs A Matanovic, 1966 (replies)
Inocencio: Centralized Knight versus Bad Bishop. The knight is untouchable whereas the bishop is hampered by his own pawns.
   May-21-19 Sosonko vs Karpov, 1979 (replies)
Inocencio: Move #28 (Bc8) by Karpov was the key to his victory. He avoided the exchange in order to maintain his advantage of having two (2) bishops. In the ensuing endgame, move #28 proves to be fatal.
   May-16-19 Polugaevsky vs Geller, 1968
Inocencio: Monarch Walk! The White King penetration to the Black's weakest point (F7) was the key to White's victory.
   May-12-19 I Sokolov vs Kasparov, 1999
Inocencio: Pin is mightier than a sword! The centralized Knight is irrelevant. He can be compared to a dead coconut tree.
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