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dernier loup de T
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   dernier loup de T has kibitzed 204 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-28-16 P Frazer vs Taubenhaus, 1888
 
dernier loup de T: Bad luck, g2 is covered too, lol.
 
   Aug-26-16 J Mason vs Taubenhaus, 1903
 
dernier loup de T: After 33.Rf3 threatening ... 34. Qe3, the fight could go on, with a positional pressure for White...
 
   Aug-25-16 Tarrasch vs Pillsbury, 1903
 
dernier loup de T: Pyschology in chess? Maybe Tarrasch was upset after the unsound but violent attack of Pillsbury from the 10th move, and decided to pay his agressor with his own money by 17.Rh6 instead of the strategically more methodic 17.b4.... Let's notice that the play of Pillsbury is ...
 
   Aug-14-16 Bronstein vs Keres, 1948
 
dernier loup de T: "Bronstein found himself a pawn down" (Botvinnik); of course,because under time pressure he lost (or scarified?) the e6 pawn at move 31... This commentary of Botvinnik seems to make evident that he disliked Bronstein...
 
   Aug-13-16 Flohr vs Tartakower, 1946
 
dernier loup de T: 35. Bc3, as indicated in the tournament book, was more ambitious, but Flohr was "under time pressure" and played "safety first"...
 
   Aug-13-16 Euwe vs Yanofsky, 1946 (replies)
 
dernier loup de T: After the 44th move. The logical key: the king of White MUST absolutely pass on the case f5 without losing time, in order to force the decision by the promotion on a8; so, deviating the black g6 pawn is the ONLY way to reach this goal.
 
   Aug-13-16 Smyslov vs Vidmar, 1946
 
dernier loup de T: 33..c5 ne serait pas meilleur après 34.dxc5 Tc6 35. Re3 (coup d'attente) 35...Txc5 (quoi de mieux? ainsi si 35..Re5? 36. Th7 ) 36.Ta6+..
 
   Aug-13-16 O Bernstein vs C Kottnauer, 1946
 
dernier loup de T: A petite cause, grands, terriblement grands effets aux échecs aussi; j'aime beaucoup de le com de Runemaster; j'invite juste à considérer en plus pourquoi 50.f5! au lieu de 50.Dd3 aurait été un moindre mal: si à présent dans la même suite par ailleurs 52...Dh1, 53. ...
 
   Aug-12-16 Ivkov vs E Jimenez Zerquera, 1965 (replies)
 
dernier loup de T: No kibitzing for one of the earliest nice examples of this opening variant: sad sad....
 
   Aug-11-16 Smyslov vs Gligoric, 1959
 
dernier loup de T: Instead of the repetition of 59..Qe4, the win by 59...Rb7!! (look the variants) would have been gorgeous: 60. Bb4 Rb6 or even 60.Bc5 Rb6, and White is lost!! I guess the two warriors had not enough time to see these variations... Specially not Gligoric, obviously...
 
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