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living in london ** Spassky is my favorite player a wonderfull universal style
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   fiercebadger has kibitzed 58 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-21-18 Geller vs Roman Hernandez, 1971
fiercebadger: This a game of great subtilty , move 23 Geller removes the last king side defender , then pushes blacks knights out of play , then like magic masses his knights on the king side using pawn levers and its soon mate !
   Nov-19-18 Colle vs Gruenfeld, 1926
fiercebadger: eggman 25 Rc3 is deadlier
   Nov-10-18 Fenny Heemskerk
fiercebadger: i played her in spain must have been early 80s I was proud to draw
   Oct-06-18 A J Mestel vs Gufeld, 1986
fiercebadger: Gufeld commenting
   Oct-01-18 Spassky vs Hebert, 1978
fiercebadger: film of this game exists on youtube
   Sep-21-18 Capablanca vs A G Conde, 1919 (replies)
fiercebadger: Far ahead capa saw that h4 g4-g5 would make him a passed h pawn , this controls black king, leaving b4 to make a second passer a or c
   Sep-14-18 P H Nielsen vs Larsen, 1997
fiercebadger: Also ..15 e6! who would play this , creating a weakness on d6 but Larsen senses the hidden dynamics
   Sep-14-18 Ulf Andersson vs Seirawan, 1983
fiercebadger: Ulf gets a piece and pawn for the exchange + better pieces, d5 control and a passed pawn. black just defends
   Sep-14-18 Chigorin vs Rubinstein, 1903
fiercebadger: 19 Bg4 & Bh5 is very deep , it helps g4 h4 g5 and clears g file for Rg1. I would automatically play Bg2 , g4 h4 , but then the g file is blocked ! a masterly subtlety
   Sep-14-18 Taimanov vs Yusupov, 1982 (replies)
fiercebadger: I love the way Yuso doesnt rush first attacks h2 then g2 improves pieces exchanges the odd pawn, then Ker BOOM as we say in russia!
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