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eyalbd
Member since Jan-29-05 · Last seen Apr-27-15
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   eyalbd has kibitzed 125 times to chessgames   [more...]
   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: <chessgames.com> 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
 
   Aug-05-14 M Rodshtein vs Tiviakov, 2014
 
eyalbd: In a ♕+♖ vs ♕+♖ endgame, put your ♔ in a safe place and attack the enemy ♔ as soon as you can. This is a good rule in endgame books that shows its validity here too.
 
   Jul-20-14 Fabiano Caruana (replies)
 
eyalbd: In the past there where K-K struggles. My guess for the future is C-C battles
 
   May-14-14 Geller vs Panno, 1955 (replies)
 
eyalbd: Nice story here: http://en.chessbase.com/post/first-... <The Argentinean players, Miguel Najdorf, Oscar Panno and German Pilnik had based their preparation for this tournament on the Najdorf Variation, but Paul Keres had defeated Panno with a novelty in the first part of the ...
 
   Nov-03-13 Karpov vs Topalov, 1994 (replies)
 
eyalbd: Chess is tactics! All world champions were brilliant tacticians. Without this skill they would never be world champions. So, no surprise here to see a beautiful combination by Karpov This is just one example of many. See his 'Notable Games'
 
   Oct-16-13 A Zakharov vs A Bannik, 1963 (replies)
 
eyalbd: I thought about 25.♖f4 ♕ moves 26. ♕h4 and the threat ♖x♘ and ♕e7 wins. Black cant play 26... ♘x♕ 27. ♖f8+ mates But I didn't see a good resource: 25.♖f4 ♕xc2 26.♕h4 ♕xg2+ 27.♔xg2 ♘xh4+ ...
 
   Sep-29-13 Gelfand vs Grischuk, 2013 (replies)
 
eyalbd: They were blitzing for the last 10 moves or so... So there are mistakes of course. I, as a spectator, don't care too much about the inaccuracies. Sometimes it is more interesting to watch.
 
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