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   eyalbd has kibitzed 131 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-19-16 Navara vs A Giri, 2016
eyalbd: Watching the game live, I was sure that f5 and ♖xf5 were home prep. After the game David Navara said he hadn't seen the position before and the Rxf5 idea was found over the board. Really impressive to say the least. In the words of CB commentator "21. ♖xf5‼ ...
   Dec-06-15 Nakamura vs M Vachier-Lagrave, 2015 (replies)
eyalbd: I don't know if players knew this game of tal almost 50 years ago. Ufimtsev vs Tal, 1967 Similar ideas in an almost identical position, An impressive attack by MVL.
   Oct-24-15 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
eyalbd: <> No page on Vincent Keymer? see here:
   Oct-20-15 Karpov vs Kamsky, 1992 (replies)
eyalbd: A strategic masterpiece by Karpov. He explains his ideas in this video: Enjoy!
   Aug-28-15 D Gormally vs Sutovsky, 2005 (replies)
eyalbd: A talk about this game (among other things) in a recent Chessbase interview with Sutovsky:
   Jul-06-15 Wang Yue vs Ding Liren, 2015 (replies)
eyalbd: GM Francisco Vallejo Pons on Twitter: <"What a beautiful idea by Wang Yue, Bd1 then some b4 will come and after cxb4 then Bb3 blocking the bishop. Brilliant!">
   Mar-14-15 Leon S Lederman
eyalbd: An original and deep Queen sac at move 22. [Event "Nethanya it"] [Site "Nethanya, Israel"] [Date "1975.06.01"] [Round "4"] [White "Leon Lederman"] [Black "Shimon Kagan"] [Result "1-0"] [BlackElo "2420"] [ECO "B35"] [EventDate "1975.06.01"] [WhiteElo ...
   Feb-25-15 A Korobov vs Murey, 2015 (replies)
eyalbd: <> This is GM Yacov Murey Yacov Murey The organizers translated the Hebrew name "Ya'acov" to the English name "Jacob".
   Dec-31-14 Tal vs Kupreichik, 1970 (replies)
eyalbd: Nice tactics after 25..♖e8 (instead of ♕a4). The queen can't move due to a back rank mate. The only way to avoid mate or material loss is 26. ♖xg6+! hxg6 27. ♘f6+ ♔g7 28. ♘xd7+ ♖xe5 29. ♘xe5 and white is a pawn up in a N vs N endgame.
   Oct-14-14 Artur Kogan (replies)
eyalbd: Very nice attack by Kogan: A Kogan vs McShane, 2010
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