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Moses2792796
Member since Jun-05-09 · Last seen Jan-20-14
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   Moses2792796 has kibitzed 9 times to chessgames  
   Jul-01-11 Rybka (Computer) (replies)
 
Moses2792796: @geniokov In chess beauty = truth, the more accurate a game is the more beautiful imo. Computers have done nothing but improve chess and deepen our own understanding of it. I think it is unfortunate that there is no motivation for top GMs to refine anti-computer chess, ...
 
   Jul-01-11 Botvinnik vs N Grigoriev, 1927 (replies)
 
Moses2792796: Botvinnik gives the losing move as 22...f5? His annotations suggest that if black plays 22...a5 and 23...Nc5 he is equal. Also regarding the comment on 30...Qxd2, every variation after whites 30th move leads to a quick loss for black, take some time to analyse before you ...
 
   Jul-01-11 Ivanchuk vs Kasparov, 1991 (replies)
 
Moses2792796: Games like this make one realise Ivanchuk's immense talent. If he consistently played his best chess he would be regarded as one of the greatest players of all time, unfortunately he has never been able to live up to his potential on a regular basis.
 
   Jun-19-09 Sicilian, Dragon (B72) (replies)
 
Moses2792796: I think this is slightly better for white because of 0-0-0 and h2-h4-h5. If black plays Nc6 instead of d6 and keeps a tempo in hand he gets a better game, despite the maroczy bind.
 
   Jun-16-09 Freedom vs Chaos, 1974 (replies)
 
Moses2792796: 9. Kf1 is hilarious
 
   Jun-15-09 Sicilian (B20) (replies)
 
Moses2792796: I have a perverse theory about why the Sicilian is so successful as a response to 1 e4. It psychologically challenges white by infringing on his plan to push his D pawn. White feels compelled to break the centre open even though this doesn't necessarily give him an advantage, ...
 
   Jun-15-09 Kramnik vs Topalov, 2005 (replies)
 
Moses2792796: "Overall record: Vladimir Kramnik beat Veselin Topalov 25 to 14"
 
   Jun-15-09 Petrov Defense (C42) (replies)
 
Moses2792796: I am always happy to see my opponent play the Russian game. In my opinion with accurate play from white black will find it nearly impossible to equalise. I don't play e5 in response to e4 myself, so I have no experience using the defence, but I find it much easier to play ...
 
   Jun-05-09 Uncommon Opening (A00) (replies)
 
Moses2792796: What do people think of this line in the Benko opening. 1 g3 e5 2. d4 exd4 3. Qxd4 Nc6 4. Qd1 Nf6 5. Nh3 Bc5 6. Nf4 OO 7. Bg2 Ne5 8. Nc3 c6 9. OO d5 10. h3 and white has a good position I usually manage to get to this position in most games where I play 1.g3, with some ...
 
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