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Member since Aug-26-13 · Last seen Mar-24-18
Born 1990, French.
Feel free to reach me at: clement.lelievre(at) My player page on this site: Clement Lelievre

   clement41 has kibitzed 487 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-21-18 B Blumenfeld vs G Helbach, 1906
clement41: This variation is very painful for black as all white pieces come very naturally into the game (eg 0-0 is an attacking move in this opening) and precise defense is required. Black can also go 7...Qh4+ 8 g3 Qd8, creating a few holes around white's castle before coming back ...
   Mar-08-18 E Sevillano vs D Lucky, 2012 (replies)
clement41: Three offers of the exchange in a row, thrice declined. The threats associated with these sacs are clearer and clearer (the last one forces mate, the penultimate forces if accepted a material gain, while the first one is to me the less clear, it gains a claim on the light squares ...
   Feb-24-18 Kotov vs Levenfish, 1949
clement41: 7...b6 usually is the tipoff for cxd5 in these positions, a famous instance being the 6th Fischer-Spassky 1972 WCC game. instructive sequence anyway from 28 Qd4!? on, grabbing the initiative and the c7 square for the rook
   Feb-21-18 K Klaman vs Smyslov, 1947 (replies)
clement41: 10 f4/11 Qf3 is thematic and loos interesting. 11...h6 leads to maze-like complications, super fun to analyse!
   Feb-07-18 Van Wely vs R Janssen, 2003
clement41: Simply amazing -and rare- tactical motif ending the game abruptly
   Jan-20-18 Bareev vs M Khassanov, 1986 (replies)
clement41: Fantastic fight and tactics!
   Jan-17-18 E Blomqvist vs E Romanov, 2016 (replies)
clement41: Nice win! One has to see 25...Bd3! when launching the exchange sac, a move which is reminiscent in the concept of a certain Fischer-Sherwin game (Qf1!!)
   Jan-10-18 D Gormally vs Sutovsky, 2005
clement41: Dazzling tactics this is so satisfying!
   Jan-10-18 Sutovsky vs K Spraggett, 2015
clement41: Impressive how in the end the mating net is just perfect after Qh7 Kf8 Rf3 Qe7 Qg7 and the final touch the rook lift Rd3
   Jan-05-18 Keres vs C N Barnes, 1975 (replies)
clement41: If 16...Qxa2 (which can be played provided black foresaw the resource ...Nxe4! to Dave his queen), then 17 Ra1 and either 17...Nxe4! with a balanced game or 17...Qb3 and here either 18 Ra3 or 18 Nc1 Nxe4! =. However trying to trap the queen with 17 Qc2 taking away b3 and a4 is too
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