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Member since Aug-26-13 · Last seen Jun-21-17
Born 1990, French.
Started chess in 2013 and since then I have had a boundless passion for the game. Feel free to reach me at: clement.lelievre(at)

   clement41 has kibitzed 404 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-17-17 D Norwood vs S Marsh, 1992 (replies)
clement41: The light square edge white has since Rxb7 is obvious, as is the discovery. The direction clearly is, then, Qxc6+ but these considerations need to be validated by calculation (till mate, else white is losing) Qxc6+ Kxc6 Nxd4+ Kb6 Rb1+ Ka5 (...Ka6 Bb7+ delays one move) Bd2+ Ka4 ...
   Jun-11-17 Keres vs B Goldenov, 1952
clement41: The position arising after 32...Rb5 makes for a good exercise regarding transposition into a winning (pawn) endgame; and we know pawn endgames must be calculated very accurately before entering into them, due to their extreme sharpness. Keres rightly chose the most simple and ...
   Jun-11-17 V Mikenas vs S F Lebedev, 1941
clement41: f4!? I still can't believe this attack! Madness
   Jun-11-17 F Burden vs F Deacon, 1860
clement41: White apparently missed 19...Be5! (20 Rxf7 Bxc3) Launching the combination with 18 Nxf7 is risky for white, for he had to foresee every detail, while Black is mire relaxed and can find the refutation 19...Be5 OTB, after ...
   Jun-11-17 Dubois vs F Burden, 1862
clement41: 18 Bh6! is so pleasing
   Jun-11-17 Steinitz vs F Burden, 1862 (replies)
clement41: One īd almost Forget that such things can happen to world champs, too. Nice dynamic Play by black.
   Jun-10-17 J Mieses vs V Sjoberg, 1906
clement41: It also reinforces d4 vs Rc4, and prevent b4, what a move!
   Jun-09-17 Dus Chotimirsky vs Znosko-Borovsky, 1909
clement41: White's ending is so dominant that je can even blunder away a piece with 57 Nxc5 Rxf6 58 Nd7+ Kmoves 59 Nxf6 Kxf6 60 Kd3
   Jun-09-17 Dus Chotimirsky vs Znosko-Borovsky, 1906
clement41: I'm stunned to be only the 2nd kibitzer for such a gem! Starting with white's 26th it becomes especially thrilling!
   May-30-17 Kupreichik vs Marjanovic, 1978
clement41: A fantastic and thrilling game! No, there isn't any winning zwichenzug after 43...Rd7
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