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ProjectF
Member since Mar-18-13 · Last seen Mar-20-14
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   ProjectF has kibitzed 13 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-06-14 I Sokolov vs Van Wely, 1996
 
ProjectF: sokolov always loves to do a rook lift and attacking kingside like in sokolov vs kasparov, polgar
 
   Dec-13-13 Morphy vs Maurian, 1854 (replies)
 
ProjectF: Morphy strategy from the beginning is the best...he know in a slow game black will beat him ..the more moves the more white will near to defeat so he play 3.d4 that open the bishop at c1-h6 diagonal scope that can be use..sacrife a pawn is correct because white cant play slow and ...
 
   Dec-13-13 Morphy vs G W Medley, 1858 (replies)
 
ProjectF: Morphy just improve his position before make the kil..that is positional game
 
   Sep-03-13 Radjabov vs V Jeremic, 1998
 
ProjectF: looks like Jose Raul Capablanca vs Karel Treybal 1929..
 
   Jul-30-13 Alekhine vs V L Wahltuch, 1925 (replies)
 
ProjectF: What a strange tactics..how could alekhine think about it?
 
   Apr-17-13 Le Quang Liem vs K Roser, 2013
 
ProjectF: Le quang liem is expert at this catalan gambit style
 
   Apr-01-13 Capablanca vs G A Thomas, 1929
 
ProjectF: i am sorry. But i dont understand why capa didnt play 22.Bxb8
 
   Mar-30-13 A Pashikian vs Radjabov, 2004
 
ProjectF: you can sacrifice your queen for bishop and rook if your king is safe.
 
   Mar-28-13 T Willemze vs I Nepomniachtchi, 2007
 
ProjectF: nepomniatchtchi play always puzzling..his plan is amazing..he treaten to attack kingside..but his pieces is always centralize..i reckon it in other games too..
 
   Mar-27-13 S Sjugirov vs I Nepomniachtchi, 2005
 
ProjectF: what a strange opening move order..but very logical too..
 
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