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   SimonWebbsTiger has kibitzed 2574 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-31-15 B Adhiban vs Nakamura, 2015 (replies)
SimonWebbsTiger: I thought for a second Naka was repeating the opening from this glorious game Aronian vs McShane, 2012 It's quite surprising, well to me at any rate, black can sac the exchange so early.
   Jan-30-15 Tradewise Gibraltar (2015) (replies)
SimonWebbsTiger: @<LlanelliCC> True. When Simon W was all Bianca and "Ricky!", from Eastenders, poor Lizzie had no clue. Honestly -- asking a German to do an impromptu Eastend London accent. There is an irritating thing about Simon, though. He doesn't even fink (yes, fink; "th" is "f"
   Jan-29-15 J Vojinovic vs Nakamura, 2015 (replies)
SimonWebbsTiger: @<Sally Simpson> Thx for quoting those games. Didn't surprise me there has been a game which employed Seirawan's suggestion of 6. Bd3 with Ng1-e2-f4.
   Jan-28-15 Mariagrazia De Rosa
SimonWebbsTiger: A happy couple at the Rock Dinner, Gibraltar 27/1/15.
   Jan-28-15 Svidler vs E Frisk, 2015
SimonWebbsTiger: if you mean 12...Nxf2, don't forget 12...Nc6-somewhere runs into Qd1-a4+ and takes on e4.
   Jan-28-15 Reshevsky vs Fischer, 1970
SimonWebbsTiger: @<tpstar> the last thing we need is more Bobby Fischer teaching people back rank mates....
   Jan-28-15 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
SimonWebbsTiger: @<Arcturar> why wouldn't you include Magnus as part of that transitional stage in chess? <Right now is definitely a transitional time in the chess scene, except for the solid rock Carlsen at #1, of course.> Young lad, dethroned "old timer" Vishy and quashed his ...
   Jan-27-15 Odd Lie (replies)
SimonWebbsTiger: "How I Met Your Mother" has destroyed my chess. I salute every time someone mentions General Principles or Major Idea.
   Jan-27-15 Wei Yi vs A Haast, 2015 (replies)
SimonWebbsTiger: @<morfishine> That is debatable. The 7. Qf3 idea is quite new in the Taimanov, although Nezhmetdinov did play something similar v. the Najdorf. White's intention is simple and brutal: g2-g4-g5, castle long -- a sort of souped up Keres Attack v. the Scheveningen or ...
   Jan-27-15 Reshevsky - Najdorf (1953)
SimonWebbsTiger: @<Offramp> I think the number of Nimzo Indians is probably due to Sammy (certainly) and Don Miguel hardly ever playing 1. e4 and that Najdorf did suffer a bit in the King's Indian v. Reshevsky in their 1952 match.
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