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clement41
Member since Aug-26-13 · Last seen Oct-16-19
Born 1990, French.
Feel free to reach me at: clement.lelievre@hec.edu My player page on this site: Clement Lelievre

   clement41 has kibitzed 547 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-24-19 I D Dorfman vs Gulko, 1976
 
clement41: Absolutely fabulous game!
 
   Aug-19-19 Keres vs G Barcza, 1950
 
clement41: Today I was solving the position after blackís 20 ...Nd6, in a Bent Larsen book. It was presented as a positional play diagram. But the position looked highly tactical to me, hence I first checked tactical moves. In less than 5 minutes I found 21 Bh6 and the subsequent ...
 
   Aug-15-19 A Reshko vs O Kaminsky, 1972
 
clement41: Superb endgame! Nice under promotion
 
   Aug-11-19 Kavalek vs Spassky, 1976
 
clement41: 31 Bh5 is original! Forced mate if taken
 
   Jul-23-19 Seirawan vs Timman, 1990 (replies)
 
clement41: Reminds of this amazing Kasparov game : Kasparov vs Huebner, 1986 Which itself reminds of a Botvinnik game (Qxe8+)
 
   Jul-19-19 S Atalik vs Sax, 1997 (replies)
 
clement41: The tough defense to see is that after my initial 20 Qh4 h5 21 Qf4 with apparently deadly threats and a huge attacking position against weak king, the comp uncorks the cold blooded 21...Kg8 and says my attack just petered out
 
   Jul-06-19 M Rivas Pastor vs Psakhis, 1982 (replies)
 
clement41: Exemplary display of light-square play! From move 15 on, every white move attacks light squares, which is logical, white being stronger than Black on that complex. An instructive example to use as a reference game for such attacks.
 
   Jun-08-19 Judit Polgar vs Karpov, 1996 (replies)
 
clement41: Gorgeous mating net following Rde7 Be7 Rg6 Kf8 Bg7 Kg8 Bh6 Kh8 Nf7 Kh7 Rg7#
 
   Jun-07-19 Xie Jun vs Portisch, 1995 (replies)
 
clement41: Should not be overlooked 27 Ba7 Bd6 28 Qe3 now that the queen sits on the Ba7ís diagonal, this means she will have to interpose 28...Qf1+ 29 Qg1 Bxg2#
 
   May-24-19 L Milman vs Anatoly Bykhovsky, 2011 (replies)
 
clement41: Hello all, I put the position on a physical board, set 20' on my chess clock and started solving. I came across a line that I believe is the toughest resistance for white that noone among the kibitzers seems to have noticed til now. Here it is: 18...Rg5 19 Qg5 Qc3 20 bc ...
 
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