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Member since May-27-03 · Last seen Jul-28-15
CRO stends for Croatia and 7+7+7 are winning cards.

   cro777 has kibitzed 7335 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-28-15 Wei Yi (replies)
cro777: Veselin Topalov: "Younger guys like Giri, Caruana and Wei Yi not only have the energy but also the illusion and the motivation." Positive illusions are one of the apparent effects of self-enhancement, a type of motivation driven by a fundamental need to maximize feelings of ...
   Jul-27-15 Ding Liren (replies)
cro777: To be precise, answering the question "Who was with you at your training camp in Qatar?", Magnus said that "it was Peter Heine, Fressinet and one more... It might be someone Im going to work with in the future." Ding Liren will probably work with Magnus as a member of his team.
   Jul-26-15 Edmund Beronio (replies)
cro777: Currently they have 8 players in the 2700-club. Except Li Chao, they are all playing in the ongoing Chinese Chess League Division A - Ding Liren, Wei Yi, Wang Yue, Yu Yangyi, Wang Hao, Ni Hua and Bu Xiangzhi. Chinese Chess League (Division A) is one of the strongest and longest ...
   Jul-24-15 Navara vs R Wojtaszek, 2015 (replies)
cro777: About playing quickly. David Navara: "I analyzed the line earlier with a friend, but then I didn't consider 22.Kf4 at all. Yesterday in the evening I looked at it with the computer and found that there was nothing more than a draw for Black. When I informed my second, grandmaster ...
   Jul-23-15 R Wojtaszek vs Eljanov, 2015
cro777: The opposite colored bishops endgame with a pawn down was very hard to defend for Eljanov. Nevertheless, he had chances to hold the draw. Position after 34.Rd3 [DIAGRAM] Here, 34...gxf5? was the decisive mistake (Eljanov probably missed 35.Rda3). The correct move was 34...Rab8! ...
   Jul-23-15 Wei Yi vs L Bruzon Batista, 2015 (replies)
cro777: From Morphy to Wei Yi - In his article GM Grigory Serper explains the pattern (how the combination gets executed). [DIAGRAM] "The queen needs access to a very important square next to your opponent's king. But the king protects this key ...
   Jul-22-15 Adams vs Navara, 2015
cro777: Adams can hardly be blamed for missing 31.Bd5. The position gets complicated and the winning line is surprisingly tricky to find when analysing over-the-board (and short of time). This is the winning line (pointed out by chess engines): [DIAGRAM] The dominant strategic element ...
   Jul-21-15 Lake Sevan (2015)
cro777: Samuel Sevian: "My failure, holding the penultimate place, is mainly conditioned by the extremely high class of my competitors. They were really strong and I learnt a lot from these meetings." It's worth mentioning that 14 years old Sevian ...
   Jul-21-15 China-Russia Match (2015) (replies)
cro777: The Chinese are coming in waves. Last December, 16 years old Chines IM Bai Jinshi shared win at the 2014 London Chess Classic Open. After 10 rounds of the ongoing Chinese Championships (Group B) he is leading with 14 years old FM Zhu Yi scoring 8/10. ...
   Jul-21-15 Biel (2015) (replies)
cro777: Rapport in footsteps of legends. Bent Larsen: "I found a chess book at home nobody knew how it had got into the house. This book had a certain influence on the development of my play. About the Kings Gambit it said that this opening is strong like a storm, nobody can tame it. In ...
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