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A former player and trainer from Israel, not in buisness for 20 years. These days I follow games in, read books of and about the greatests and about chess thought.

   erimiro1 has kibitzed 414 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-05-18 A Winding vs S Sorensen, 1874 (replies)
erimiro1: Long and winding rook
   Sep-04-18 C Ratsimikatry vs N Faulks, 2008 (replies)
erimiro1: 28.- Nc2+ and... That's all Faulks!!!
   Aug-28-18 Portisch vs Spassky, 1964 (replies)
erimiro1: Maybe the comeback refers Spassky, who had a bad start at the Amsterdam interzonal 1964, but recovered and had an excellent result.
   Aug-21-18 Yifan Hou vs Ju Wenjun, 2017 (replies)
erimiro1: "Got to pay your dues if you wanna sing the blues and you know it don't come easy". Beautiful combination. Easy? NO WAY
   Aug-15-18 Rozentalis vs Y Dokhoian, 1986 (replies)
erimiro1: May be it's me, but not only today's puzzle is not Medium-Easy (it's not easy al all), but it's easier than the "Easy" puzzle from yesterday. So even if the level definitions were changed, they are not consistent. As for the puzzle: 21. Bf4 was easy to find and also 22.Rd6. the key
   Aug-14-18 Movsesian vs N Miezis, 2008 (replies)
erimiro1: Is that easy? 3 first moves were easy to see, almost intuitive, but needed a concrete prove, that was not easy at all to find.
   Aug-13-18 Topalov vs W So, 2016 (replies)
erimiro1: A new "very easy" level :-). 19.-f5 looked almost obvious, and the idea of pressing the B on g3 seemed natural, the rest was less simple to calculate.
   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
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