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Member since Jul-03-04 · Last seen Mar-23-18
i began to play chess in half of 2003
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   Marius has kibitzed 174 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-30-18 R Rapport vs V Gandrud, 2018 (replies)
Marius: Does 36. Re7 work?
   Feb-11-17 Rublevsky vs Beliavsky, 1995
Marius: 12. g4
   Nov-16-16 R Vera vs W Arencibia Rodriguez, 1999
Marius: Strange result. 33. Qf7 34. Qf6 and using the bishop on c4 should win likely a zeitnot.
   Sep-14-16 Movsesian vs R Zelcic, 1998
Marius: If 34...Qc7 35. Qd5 Qb7 (35...Qa7 36. Qd8+ Wins) 36. Qd8+ and 37. Qxe7
   Sep-11-16 Karpov vs Korchnoi, 1974 (replies)
Marius: 24. e5!! is really precise. Impressive.
   Jan-27-16 A Chehlov vs E Romanov, 2012
Marius: What about 46. Bd8 ?
   Jan-18-16 R Pruun vs Keres, 1932
Marius: 29. Rfd8 seems a mistake and should have been rfe8. 30. Rxe7 Rd1+ 31. Re1 R8b1? 32. Rc8 + will mate black.
   Jan-08-16 A R Saleh Salem vs C Foisor, 2015
Marius: 14.Rb1 leaves the bishop en prise on d3.
   Aug-19-15 E Haugstad vs O Pedersen, 2007 (replies)
Marius: I think the last idea is to win the g5 bishop by f6 after the knight has left f6
   Jun-15-15 V Liublinsky vs Stein, 1955
Marius: 30...Bxc5 31.Bxc5 Rxg5+ and Rgxc5 isn't a free piece?
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