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erimiro1
Member since Oct-01-03
A former player and trainer from Israel, not in buisness for 20 years. These days I follow games in chessgames.com, read books of and about the greatests and about chess thought.

   erimiro1 has kibitzed 407 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-01-18 AlphaZero vs Stockfish, 2017 (replies)
 
erimiro1: What is better than showing how fool you are, on "April Fool's day", or from my point of view "What the hell is going on here day" puzzle.
 
   Dec-06-17 V Sherbakov vs Furman, 1955 (replies)
 
erimiro1: Poor White - he was sure that he's going to pick up the point, but in 2 moves it all went down. A deep bold and also rare defense-combination by GM Furman from 29th. move or even earlier. 29. Re6 looks so tempting and promising that I can't blame white for not seeing the trap.
 
   Feb-26-17 Ljubojevic vs Kramnik, 1996 (replies)
 
erimiro1: Creamy game indeed
 
   Feb-05-17 G Andruet vs Spassky, 1988 (replies)
 
erimiro1: Kind of James Bond move, so I prefer the name "THUNDERBALL". It also brings me to the Kronstien-McAdams game from "From Russia with love", that also was based on Spassky (Spassky-Bronstien, of course.
 
   Oct-20-16 Smirin vs Y Afek, 1992 (replies)
 
erimiro1: 10.-Kg6 11.Be2! e6 (to prevent mate on h5)12.N:e6 and who wants to continue as black?
 
   Jul-30-16 Spielmann vs Nimzowitsch, 1905 (replies)
 
erimiro1: Your system? My system!
 
   Apr-19-16 Lasker vs W Napier, 1904 (replies)
 
erimiro1: Sometimes I judge games simply by counting how many "what????" moves were done. "what????" moves can be great or bad (I don't mean tragic mistakes) but in all cases, they are unexpected and products of brilliant ideas. This game includes many "What????" moves, that are not easy to ...
 
   Mar-21-16 Nakamura vs Caruana, 2016 (replies)
 
erimiro1: Monday, very easy. Very easy to see that there is no solution to the problem.
 
   Feb-04-16 Kosteniuk vs Sutovsky, 2016 (replies)
 
erimiro1: For more than once, it looks like a blitz. 54.-a4 is winning but 54.-Rc8 looks more conviencing
 
   Feb-04-16 Sutovsky vs D Howell, 2016
 
erimiro1: What went wrong for white? Was it the idea of 6.Nd5? Or 8.Bg5 and 9.Bf6, that looked dangerous, but achieved nothing? Howell manged well in a rare variation of the Spanish, that suffers of a bad reputation.
 
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