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Member since Aug-26-13 · Last seen Oct-23-18
Born 1990, French.
Feel free to reach me at: My player page on this site: Clement Lelievre

   clement41 has kibitzed 515 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-21-18 Tal vs Portisch, 1976 (replies)
clement41: What a thrilling game! No doubt Tal knew he was deviating with 9 d4 instead of the principled 9 h3 but then managed to get away convincingly with the "refutation" 9...Bg4
   Sep-25-18 I Stavrianakis vs U Weber, 2008 (replies)
clement41: Complications following are worth calculating. The study addict will no doubt look at 33 gh Kf7 34 h8N+ although this is subpar
   Sep-02-18 L Schmid vs Szabados, 1954 (replies)
clement41: Fantastic game! The end would make for a nice diagram
   Sep-02-18 C Kottnauer vs Szabados, 1950
clement41: Crushing attack! ...Rxb4 was unnecessary
   Sep-02-18 Eugenio Szabados (replies)
clement41: What a life this man had! Although he was on the losing side of what I am about to submit here, I cannot resist but to post a stunning position from a game Jung-Szabados, Vienna 1952 (you may find Venice 1953, though, so the source is not certain). This gem looks like a ...
   Sep-02-18 Szabados vs Tal, 1957 (replies)
clement41: Amazing attacking game, especially if Tal spent no more than 7 minutes! The pawn formation around white's king and attack on light squares f3 and g2 is somewhat reminiscent of E Nikolic vs Fischer, 1968
   Sep-02-18 J Szmetan vs G Garcia Gonzalez, 1976 (replies)
clement41: WoW, what a combination! White had to start with Bxd5 as if Nxd5 first, ...Nxb3+ ruins everything. Then he had to see not only the discoveries but also the attempt of zwichenzug ...Nb3+ Kb1, and finally that after the quiet Rxh5 Rxf2!? he can just take on f2 and come back to d4 ...
   Aug-15-18 Guimard vs Fischer, 1960 (replies)
clement41: 24...Kg7 is a good practical chance especially in blitz, for instinctively one would take the f6 rook first which loses to Kxh8! Fischer must have seen the whole line going into the rook endgame at least since ...Bxd3, else 24...Kg7 is suicide as after 25 Rxd8 he has 3 pièces en ...
   Aug-14-18 Berliner vs Fischer, 1963 (replies)
clement41: Amazing game, highly instructive, thanks vm for sharing the golden Fischer annotations!
   Jul-31-18 Daniel Freeman (replies)
clement41: How sad that news is. I can hardly believe it, not so long ago I was discussing with Daniel improvements of the web site and user experience. Sincere condolences
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