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   Mazymetric has kibitzed 37 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-18-18 Karpov - Fischer World Championship Match (1975)
Mazymetric: <harrylime> Korchnoi was a really strong dude. He had a plus score against almost all the top players of his time like, Tal, Spassky, Petrosian, Geller, Larsen and Stein. That's why Karpov had a hard time beating him.
   Jun-17-18 Rubinstein vs B Kostic, 1920
Mazymetric: <chess man: On 18...Kxh7?? Re3 with the treat of Rh3++(which there's no way to stop except through giving up the Queen)> Actually, there is. By giving up the bishop. 18...♔xh7 19.♖e3 ♗f3 20.♕xf3 (20.♖xf3? ♕d1+ 21.♖xd1 ♖xd1#) ...
   Jun-17-18 Kasparov vs Topalov, 1999
Mazymetric: Sorry. My bad. In case of 30.♔a2, Black would reply with 30...♖d3! to eliminate ♕c3 threat. 31.♕xd3 (31.cxd3 ♘d5 32.♕b2 ♕xb3) (31.♕b2? ♗d5+ 32.♖xd5 ♘xd5 33.cxd3 ♖e8. There's no defence against ...♖e2) ...
   Jun-16-18 Taimanov vs Psakhis, 1981 (replies)
Mazymetric: Good afternoon everyone! Not related to this game but can anyone name all the players in this picture? https://azchesscoach.files.wordpres...
   May-30-18 Fischer vs Petrosian, 1971
Mazymetric: <<Mazymetric: 36...f4 that's some nerves of steel right there!> Nervy, yes, but it is the losing move. The game is still equal after 36...Rxa2.> I know. It was sarcasm. It was said that Petrosian has cold steel wires where other people have nerves and he doesn't crack
   Jan-22-18 Korchnoi vs Karpov, 1978 (replies)
Mazymetric: <WorstPlayerEver: Lol no Tal?> Players with a strong specific intuition, operating in sharp situations where material and positional equilibrium was disturbed: Lasker, Alekhine, Tal, Kasparov, Chigorin, Korchnoi who in early 1960s was called 'Tal in reverse'.
   Jan-10-18 Capablanca vs Bogoljubov, 1925 (replies)
Mazymetric: "There is nothing more to fear from the Capablanca technique." lol
   Dec-21-17 Capablanca vs Marshall, 1909
Mazymetric: Kasparov's analysis on this game is really weird. He says: "I would have preferred 14...Ng5" but that loses a piece after 15.Nxe7+ Qxe7 16.Bxg5. Can anyone explain the idea behind 14...Ng5 ?
   Dec-20-17 Petrosian vs Krogius, 1959
Mazymetric: Black’s manoeuvre with 11...Ne7 is not bad in itself, but it turns out that he is associating it with the faulty idea of exchanging the lightsquared bishops after which White acquires a large positional plus by simple means. Black should have played 12...Bg4.
   Dec-20-17 Petrosian vs Lutikov, 1959
Mazymetric: 10...Bd7 is an inaccuracy. 10...Nc7 would've been better. After 11.Nb5 Be8, The defects of 10...Bd7 make themselves felt already. The bishop has to withdraw to e8 because the straightforward 11...Bxb5 doesn’t stand up to criticism from the positional viewpoint; after 12.cxb5 ...
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