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Serpentin
Member since Jan-12-17 · Last seen Sep-22-18
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   Serpentin has kibitzed 134 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-11-18 T Buyandalai vs S Whatley, 2013
 
Serpentin: Typiquement Grob. J'irai de courts commentaires concernant cette partie. Les blancs ont 2050 et les noirs presque 2200. 7...g6 et 10...g5 créent plein de cases faibles autour du roi. Je fus rempli d'admiration en voyant l'étonnant 17.f4 profitant du clouage en diagonale sur le ...
 
   Jul-23-18 T Gareyev vs James Stuart, 2016
 
Serpentin: En plus de jouer a en simultanée a l'aveugle, ce GM joue le gambit Humphrey Bogart. Les noirs capturent en g4 et jouent uneformation Philidor (strong point en e5 appuyé par le pion d6) 12...h6? donne l'important pion e5, les blancs récuperent le matériel investi et obtiennent ...
 
   Apr-23-18 Spielmann vs S Lundholm, 1940
 
Serpentin: Aron Nimzowitsch would give his seal of approval for this game! Good blockade and restriction theme!
 
   Apr-23-18 Spielmann vs Vladimir Petrov, 1938
 
Serpentin: yes mr Grasser Now 30...Rxg2??? loses immediately!
 
   Apr-23-18 Spielmann vs S Landau, 1938
 
Serpentin: 22...0-0? bravo champion! Comment se faire mater?
 
   Apr-17-18 Tartakower vs Spielmann, 1910
 
Serpentin: Une partie completement dingue qui aboutit dans une finale où Spielmann possede 1 piece mineure de plus contre 2 pions. Une tres belle victoire pour le king of chess sacrifice!
 
   Apr-17-18 Spielmann vs Duras, 1910
 
Serpentin: Duras au sommet de sa force joue une une partie tres dynamique, gagne un pion mais la finale de tours malgré un pion de plus est nul.
 
   Apr-16-18 Spielmann vs J Perlis, 1909
 
Serpentin: Interesting game. The great Spielmann. Interesting is the way White rook moves on the 4th rank! 13.Rxh5 (little tactic strike that seems without a consequences) 17.f4!(open lines with black king in the center) 19...Kxd7 protects the d pawn but the W queen enters in the game NOW! ...
 
   Mar-14-18 J K Thorgeirsson vs L O Hauge, 2016
 
Serpentin: Interesting knight sac.(14.Nxd5!) After 21...Bc5 [DIAGRAM] wKb1,Nd5,f3,Rf1,Pa2,b2,c2,e5,g2,h5/bKf8,Bc5,Rc8,- h8,Pa7,f7,g7,h6 Queens have been exchanged but white has a material advantage and a black king is blocking the Rh8!
 
   Feb-26-18 Janowski vs Lasker, 1910
 
Serpentin: After 38.Qd2 [DIAGRAM] wKg1,Qd2,Rb8,Pe3,f3,g2/bKg7,Qf5,Rc7,Pa6,e5,g6,h7- Lasker has one pawn up (passed pawn) (Queen and rook endings) can Lasker wins? After 48.Rf2 black plays 48...Rd3?! [DIAGRAM] wKg1,Qb1,Rf2,Pe3,f3,g2/bKg7,Qg3,Rd6,Pa6,e4,g6,h7- better would have been ...
 

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