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   alphamaster has kibitzed 20 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-07-17 Fischer vs Petrosian, 1971 (replies)
alphamaster: An ingenious innovation but Fischer found all the correct moves on the board and finally won because simply was the best player
   Feb-09-17 Stockholm Interzonal (1962) (replies)
alphamaster: When you have a bad start and see the top three opponents make arranged draws between them, saving energy in such a long tournament, you loose confidence. Also because you feel that even if you come near the first place they will stop the draws and start throwing points to the ...
   Jan-02-17 Spassky vs Fischer, 1972 (replies)
alphamaster: I think the right plan is to attack the e pawn with 3 pieces when White can defend it with only two. Maybe Black must bring his Knight at d6 to attack both weak pawns and of course his King at Queen side. Anyway Black must not exchange his strong Bishop for White's bad bishop. ...
   Nov-21-16 Fischer - Spassky World Championship Match (1972) (replies)
alphamaster: What a nonsense. Wimbledon is not about only 2 persons playing one against the other. Also Fischer for sure had support from American Federation (after 1969) but had not any support in chess from any first class GM (mainly because he didn't want it).
   Jun-09-16 Richard Rapport (replies)
alphamaster: Now RR is no 20 in live rating and only 20 y.o. But i think he had not and will not have many invitations for big tournaments. It's a pity because he has great talent and is a possible future WC.
   May-10-16 Fischer vs C Witte, 1957 (replies)
alphamaster: i am not sure 15.f6 is the best move. At least my machine gives 15.Nf3 (witch Fischer played) as best, +2.01, against +1.20 for 15.f6. Fischer very rarely missed a crushing move although it is true that in a clearly won position he didn't always choose the quickest road.
   Apr-12-16 World Championship Candidates (2016) (replies)
alphamaster: It seems that last year nobody wanted Karjakin and now all want him and are furious he doesn't follow THEIR schedule. But any player in a state of WC challenger seems normal and wise to follow HIS own schedule. Of course Karjakin has one more reason not play in Norway and this ...
   Feb-19-16 S Khademalsharieh vs V Gunina, 2016 (replies)
alphamaster: It was rather a SarasadAD surprise.
   Feb-17-16 Fischer vs A Anastasopoulos, 1968 (replies)
alphamaster: It was Athens Greece. Fischer played a clock simul against the 5 best Greek players of the time. His score: +4 =1 (vs Trikaliotis).
   Feb-02-16 Tradewise Gibraltar (2016) (replies)
alphamaster: .Muzychuk, I. Krush and many others i suppose are on 5/7 an not mentioned above. The table is incomplete, even in the first 20 positions and also has errors.
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