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   eyalbd has kibitzed 118 times to chessgames   [more...]
   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 Bannik, 1963 (replies)
eyalbd: I thought about 25.Rf4 Q moves 26. Qh4 and the threat
   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.
   Sep-13-13 Carlsen vs Kamsky, 2013 (replies)
eyalbd: Carlsen game here reminds me vintage Petrosian... Develop slowly to a solid position, do nothing for a while, lure the opponent to carelessly attack and weaken the position, then at the right moment strike back at the enemy king.
   Jul-24-13 R Soffer vs Fritz, 2000
eyalbd: Fritz in the Israeli league?
   Jul-19-13 M Seps vs E Moser, 2007 (replies)
eyalbd: I think 54..Rf3 is not winning since white can simply take the rook: 55.gxf3 h3 56.Re1 g2 57.Rg1 h2 ...
   May-03-13 Taimanov vs Matulovic, 1970 (replies)
eyalbd: In his book in Hebrew, Liberzon says that Matulovic admitted that he had sold the point for $200.
   Apr-22-13 M Vachier-Lagrave vs Ding Liren, 2013 (replies)
eyalbd: Human chess! I was delighted at first, and even more when looking at the game with the help of an engine.
   Apr-02-13 Nigel Short (replies)
eyalbd: Thanks Nigel for your comments and explanations during the games. If someone wants to analyze variations, he can fire up an engine and see everything instantly but this is boring and incomplete. I liked your positional and strategy explanations, endgame theory and in general, the ...
   Apr-01-13 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
eyalbd: Both kramnik and Carlsen are good contender but only one can play Anand. Kramnik is a gentleman, good sportsman, chess genius, fighter - all characteristics of a World Champion. Nevermind... He was the champ for 7 years and took the throne from the greatest of all. It's Carlsen's ...
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