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   analysethat has kibitzed 15 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-27-08 Kramnik vs Kasparov, 1994 (replies)
 
analysethat: Gufeld finds two manoeuvres particularly subtle. 19. f6! to prevent black taking with Bxf5 And the manoeuvre with 30. Nc4 and 31. b5!
 
   May-27-08 Kramnik vs Kasparov, 2000 (replies)
 
analysethat: Why does Kramnik play 14. Bxf6. allowing 14... Bxf6. Doesn't 14.Bxe6 immediately work?
 
   May-26-08 Anand vs Kasparov, 1992 (replies)
 
analysethat: nail biting stuff!
 
   May-26-08 Kasparov vs Anand, 1991 (replies)
 
analysethat: <I love the queen manouevering from d1-h5-h4-e1-c3.> Good comment and I agree. i saw the moves to h5 and h4 as individual moves, but Kasparov included them as part of a bigger plan. This cleared d1 for the rook and got the queen on to the black squares so that black had to
 
   May-26-08 Kasparov vs Anand, 1995 (replies)
 
analysethat: <15.Nb3!! ended that match immediately—Vishy put up incredible resistance but it took him a few YEARS to recover from his loss > from Kasparov's comments in his book "Chess imitates life" it seems 15. Nb3 was prematch preparation. In fact Kasparov was fantasizing so much ...
 
   May-08-08 Karpov vs L Tagmatarxis, 2001
 
analysethat: <KKW: 6...d5 was Black's major blunder> good point. When Karpov played 7. exd5! he probably already saw the variation in which the knight would be hanging for 11.Qxd5 once the pawn was d pawn was gone. He was going to win something, the knight was a bonus. His sequence of ...
 
   May-08-08 Christiansen vs Karpov, 1993 (replies)
 
analysethat: <cyruslaihy: karpov must have cried "fork!!!" after he saw his own blunder> <MaxxLange: Christiansen supposedly asked Karpov if he wanted to analyze the game after this.> lol :) I was privileged to be in a room with Karpov in 1993, probably shortly after this game. ...
 
   May-08-08 Euwe vs Yates, 1922 (replies)
 
analysethat: < I suppose you don't have much regard for Petrosian either, who left his queen en pris to a knight capture? Or for Karpov, who lost a game to Christiansen in 12 moves as a result of blundering a piece? I could go on if you'd like ...> DO you have that Karpov game? He was ...
 
   May-08-08 Capablanca vs Alekhine, 1927 (replies)
 
analysethat: paladinatlarge quotes Capa as saying <After 36. Qf4 "It is curious to note that although we had foreseen this situation at move 21. calculating ,that 36. Qd3 was the strongest move, " > Now,Is this a misprint or did Capa see 32 Nxg7 (and beyond) when playing 21. Nb3 - Or ...
 
   Apr-24-08 D Ruth vs Fischer, 1956 (replies)
 
analysethat: Fischer said that he 'liked to throw the ball around until he got an opening, and then hit that with all he's got". 14 ... Nc5 whilst a strong move in its own right was a typical Fischer 'shot' setting up the tactics after Qxb4. It did not do any harm to his position, but it ...
 
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