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Member since Mar-04-16 · Last seen Sep-24-17
I am Catarino. I live in the Philippines but currently working at Saudi Aramco. My favorite player is Anatoly Karpov because he is humble and simple.

   Toribio3 has kibitzed 225 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-24-17 Ding Liren vs Aronian, 2017 (replies)
Toribio3: After 35-Nc1, Levon must resign and fight another day. It is better to be humble at this point in time.
   Sep-24-17 Anand vs Svidler, 1999
Toribio3: Amazing game by the Asia's first World Champion.
   Sep-24-17 Shirov vs Kramnik, 1998
Toribio3: 2 bishops are better than 1 rook. Shirov has the skills to deliver the killer blows against Kramnik in this particular game.
   Sep-23-17 Spassky vs Taimanov, 1956 (replies)
Toribio3: Taimanov is a great Russian GM. He contributed good theories on opening like the Taimanov Variation in Kings Indian and Sicilian Defense. Unfortunately, he was not able to level up his skills to become a chess contender for the world crown. As a chess player, he is a gentleman and ...
   Sep-23-17 Bronstein vs Taimanov, 1963 (replies)
Toribio3: This is a masterpiece. I like it.
   Sep-23-17 Aronian vs Ding Liren, 2017 (replies)
Toribio3: If the black rook reached a2, the inevitable win of Ding is only a matter of time. God only knows!
   Sep-22-17 Vidmar vs Rubinstein, 1918
Toribio3: Vidmar is a tactical monster! I like this kind of fantastic play.
   Sep-22-17 J Mieses vs Rubinstein, 1918 (replies)
Toribio3: JM is adept in critical ending. To beat AR in this kind of long game is a great pride to the conqueror. This is a masterpiece!
   Sep-21-17 Guimard vs Fischer, 1960
Toribio3: Patented endgame technique by Bobby Fischer!
   Sep-20-17 Karpov vs Gavrikov, 1988
Toribio3: Karpov is exemplary solid player. He did not care snatching pawns just for material advantage.
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