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Member since Sep-04-04
Favorite Players: Garry Kasparov, Mikhail Tal, Anatoly Karpov, Boris Spassky.

I like playing both 1.d4 and 1.e4 as White, although I'm probably more of a 1.d4 player at the moment. Some of my favourite openings from the White side are the 6.Bg5 variation of the Najdorf, the Ruy Lopez, the Botvinnik Semi-Slav and the King's Indian Taimanov variation. As Black I enjoy playing the Sicilian Najdorf, the QGD Semi-Slav, and most recently the King's Indian.


Players collections

Game Collection: Paul Morphy's Best Games

Game Collection: Jose Raul Capablanca's Best Games

Game Collection: Alexander Alekhine's Best Games

Game Collection: Mikhail Botvinnik's Best Games

Game Collection: Mikhail Tal's Best Games

Game Collection: Tigran Petrosian's Best Games

Game Collection: Boris Spassky's Best Games

Game Collection: Robert Fischer's Best Games

Game Collection: Anatoly Karpov's Best Games

Game Collection: Garry Kasparov's Best Games

Game Collection: Akiba Rubinstein's Best Games

Game Collection: Rashid Nezhmetdinov's Best Games

Game Collection: Ray Keene's Best Games

Game Collection: Brilliant Miniatures

White Repertoire

Queen's Pawn (1.d4)

Game Collection: The Taimanov 9.Ne1 variation of the KID

Game Collection: Grunfeld, Modern Exchange 8.Rb1

Game Collection: Nimzo-Indian, Rubinstein Variation

Game Collection: Queen's Indian Defence, Petrosian Variation

Game Collection: Benko Gambit for White

Game Collection: Modern Benoni, Taimanov Attack

Game Collection: Queen's Gambit Declined, Exchange Variation

Game Collection: Queen's Gambit Accepted, 3.e4

Game Collection: Queen's Gambit Declined, Tarrasch Defence

Game Collection: Queen's Gambit Declined, Semi-Tarrasch Defence

Game Collection: Slav Defence, Dutch Variation

Game Collection: Semi-Slav 5.Bg5

Black Repertoire

Game Collection: Sicilian Najdorf

Game Collection: King's Indian

Game Collection: Semi-Slav

Game Collection: Trompowsky, 2...c5

Game Collection: Anti-Sicilians

Game Collection: Anti-KIDs

<The hardest game to win is a won game.> - Emanuel Lasker

<Life is too short for chess.> - Byron

<When Victor replied to 1.e4 with 1...d6, I would have immediately severed my connections with this self-destroyer. A man of artistic temperament overestimated his strength and thought that he could place his bishop on g7 against Karpov! There are very few madmen who risk employing Pirc or King's Indian against Karpov.> - Alexsander A Shashin

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   KingG has kibitzed 4938 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-12-18 G Dominguez Aguilar vs M Sebag, 2007
KingG: Strange end to the game. Black had an easy mate with 30...Rb1+, and instead makes some hard to understand moves.
   Mar-11-18 G Pfeiffer vs Blau, 1952
KingG: Good attacking game, with a nice finish.
   Mar-11-18 G Barcza vs A Tarnowski, 1950
KingG: The position on the 35th move would indeed make a good Monday puzzle.
   Mar-09-18 J Perlis vs Dus Chotimirsky, 1911
KingG: A finish that found its way into many puzzle books.
   Mar-05-18 Simagin vs Polugaevsky, 1961
KingG: Black had to play 21...f6, giving up a pawn, in view of the threat of the typical mating attack 22.Qg7+! Kxg7 23.Nf5++ Kg8 24.Nh6#.
   Jan-28-18 Tata Steel (2018) (replies)
KingG: <SometimesGood> <People change; Kramnik middle 90s and 2000 and now is a very different person. And it is better to read carefully. Caliber of Tal, Spassky etc. Svidler, Shiriv, Gelfand etc. cannot be compared with giants of 60s. The point is that Kasparov was great but not ...
   Jan-02-18 Alburt vs G Ligterink, 1980 (replies)
KingG: The standard King's Indian trick 11...Ncxe4! would have won a pawn, since if 12.Nxe4 Nxe4 13.Qxe4?? Bf5 14.Qf3 e4, Black wins the rook on a1. Surprising that both players missed this.
   Sep-10-17 World Cup (2017) (replies)
KingG: It's been a cliche for ages, but Ivanchuk really can beat anyone or lose to anyone. I wouldn't at all be surprised to see him get knocked out in the next round, probably by losing on time. I would love to see him win the whole thing though. I don't know why Kramnik has started playing
   Aug-21-17 Marshall vs Capablanca, 1909 (replies)
KingG: Talk about throwing the kitchen sink at someone. Great inventiveness from Marshall, and amazing defence from Capablanca.
   Aug-18-17 Kasparov vs Navara, 2017 (replies)
KingG: Unsurprisingly Kasparov pointed to this game as the one that really spoiled his tournament. It probably wasn't even so much that he lost from a winning position, but that he had played such a good game up until then. I think that this is something that we have missed since Kasparov ...
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