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cunctatorg
Member since Oct-08-06 · Last seen Dec-11-17
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   cunctatorg has kibitzed 543 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-09-17 Onischuk vs Shirov, 2007
 
cunctatorg: I also wonder if 20. h3 is (or not) a dubious move; I was thinking that 20. Ne5 is a better move but I now doubt it; 20. Ne5 Ng4 21. Nxg4 fg4 with attack on the f-file ( 22. Qxg4? Nxf2) or even 20... g5; perhaps 15. Re1 isn't a very good idea.
 
   Dec-07-17 AlphaZero vs Stockfish, 2017 (replies)
 
cunctatorg: Superb play from the real World Champion!!!!!! Fick it.........
 
   Nov-22-17 Geller vs Kotov, 1953
 
cunctatorg: The one and only win of Alexander Kotov against Efim Geller; Zurich Candidates 1953...
 
   Nov-20-17 Smirin vs Beliavsky, 1989 (replies)
 
cunctatorg: You can understand how great the game of chess is if you reflect on the fact that such a strongest, shining and terrible Grand Master as Alexander Beliavsky isn't among the greatest chessplayers of his era, namely Karpov, Korchnoi, Kasparov, Anand, Kramnik and Ivanchuk!!... But ...
 
   Nov-17-17 Aronian vs I Papaioannou, 2017
 
cunctatorg: Levon Aronian is a great and fine, all around player! His style is quite dynamic and impressive but it's also impressive to see a strong defense from his part...
 
   Nov-17-17 Kasparov vs Ulf Andersson, 1981 (replies)
 
cunctatorg: Back at 1983-1984 Garry Kasparov was the second player of the world with a clear gap from the third one, perhaps Viktor Korchnoi and the fourth one, perhaps Alexander Beliavsky! Back then Anatoly Karpov was the first chessplayer of the world with a great difference from the ...
 
   Nov-11-17 Karpov vs Korchnoi, 1978
 
cunctatorg: In the aforementioned Shirov vs Anand, 2004 game (Chess Classic; Mainz) Vishy Anand did pretty well to take that awful Knight that had gone to KN5 at the tenth move. At the Karpov-Korchnoi 10th match game of their 1978 WCC match, Viktor Korchnoi did wisely not to take that awful ...
 
   Nov-08-17 Aron Nimzowitsch
 
cunctatorg: Aron Nimzowitsch also had a keen sense of humor, therefore he would gladly agree with that ... misuse of the aforementioned, infamous, fictional game!
 
   Nov-02-17 Kasparov vs A Butnorius, 1979
 
cunctatorg: Obviously a game strongly underestimated by the members of this chess site!... They have a great excuse though; Garry played a lot of more (?!) exciting, fascinating and much more important games!!
 
   Oct-31-17 Alexander Alekhine (replies)
 
cunctatorg: I agree that Alekhine-Kasparov chess is the one pole of the most beautiful and imaginative chess in history; and that because I don't want to underestimate Fischer's chess or Karpov's chess. Victor Korchnoi had declared that "Kasparov's chess is much better than Karpov's chess". ...
 
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