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einneu
Member since Sep-11-06 · Last seen Dec-25-15
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   einneu has kibitzed 29 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-24-15 N Batsiashvili vs Ahuja Rohan, 2015
 
einneu: Ahuja Rohan now has the right to claim that he is better than Magnus Carlsen.
 
   Apr-18-14 Athanasios Mastrovasilis
 
einneu: His younger brother is a better player than him
 
   Jun-05-13 L Dominguez vs Topalov, 2013 (replies)
 
einneu: After 57.Rh7+ Kb8 58.Rg7 Rg1 59.R:g6 K:b7 60.Kd4 Re1 61.Kc5 Kc7 62.Rg7+ Kd8 63.Kd6 it seems an easy win for white. The difference with the line given in chessvibes report with 57.Rh6 is that now white is a tempo ahead and the black king can't reach the 6th rank.
 
   Mar-30-13 Aronian vs Kramnik, 2013 (replies)
 
einneu: After 50.g6 Kg5 black needs 3 moves to take the pawns and get out of the way of his own pawn. After 50.h6 g6, black needs only 2. So Aronian considered that he gains a tempo by 50.g6. The problem is that the black king ends on f6 and not on h6, so essentially Aronian loses a tempo ...
 
   Jan-31-11 J W De Jong vs I Nyzhnyk, 2011
 
einneu: Does 60...g5 win?
 
   Jan-31-11 I Vovk vs Ehlvest, 2011
 
einneu: 10 consecutive "takings" in moves 20-24. 18 in 20 moves between moves 20-29.Is this a record?
 
   Dec-31-09 S Brunello vs E Safarli, 2009 (replies)
 
einneu: I think white's mistake is 31.Kc4. 31.e4 seems much better
 
   Jun-17-09 Tal vs Hjartarson, 1987 (replies)
 
einneu: For me, the most amazing move of all time, along with Spasky's Nc6 against Averbah. The first impression is that Tal got crazy, picked randomly a piece and left it somewhere randomly again.I'd love to see Hjartarson's face after Rc5.
 
   Oct-27-08 Kasparov vs Anand, 2000 (replies)
 
einneu: lol...yes, 18.Re1 and white wins!
 
   Sep-17-08 Judit Polgar vs Kasparov, 1996 (replies)
 
einneu: Kasparov seems to ignore the basic winning plan in such cases.82...Rd6 83.Kg8 Ng5 84.Kf8 Re6 85.Rb8 Nh7+ 86.Kg8 Re7 0-1.Of course he would discover it on board if needed.After 79.Ra1? white is lost.Correct would be 79.Rf1+ Nf5 80.Rf2 Rd4 81.Kg8=. The difference with the game ...
 
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