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fispok
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   fispok has kibitzed 758 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-14-19 B Adhiban vs P Maghsoodloo, 2019
 
fispok: A beautiful tactical game: 18.c4! is a stellar move, and a pawn that got greedily swallowed and then immediately regretted. 25. Nd5 also begins a wonderful series of forced moves that is culminated with a tasty discovered check.
 
   Mar-02-19 M Antipov vs Wei Yi, 2019
 
fispok: As much as I want the Nimzo-Larsen to work, black seems to be more than okay in this offbeat variation. The baseline control of the dark squares leaves Black with control of the wheel.
 
   Mar-02-19 Arash Tahbaz vs R Kevlishvili, 2019
 
fispok: Excellent intermezzo shot.
 
   Feb-22-19 Emil Schmidek vs V Bernadskiy, 2018
 
fispok: The cask of amontillado; excellent final move.
 
   Feb-17-19 S Khademalsharieh vs J Krivec, 2016
 
fispok: A beautiful example of giving up material for a truly ferocious attack. ...Ra7? is more or less suicide, but given the remnants of the board, it couldn't've been long until the end.
 
   Feb-17-19 S Khademalsharieh vs Y Saber, 2016
 
fispok: 32...Bxe4 33. (recapture) Bxc5 would prevent the piece being trapped by removal of the guard.
 
   Feb-04-19 D Gavrilescu vs A Aguilar, 2019
 
fispok: Black played extremely aggressively in the beginning and then like a lil baby towards the end. Textbook endgame in passing the a pawn.
 
   Feb-02-19 V Fedoseev vs M A Tabatabaei, 2018
 
fispok: I'm not one to dispute computer analysis, but imho after 26.g6+ Ke7, the Q still needs to move (else ...Nc5+ winning material with discovered check.), therefore after 27.Qf1 Qxf1 28.Rxh5 with two pawns and a minor for a rook seems at least level.
 
   Feb-02-19 A Ramirez Alvarez vs Le Quang Liem, 2019 (replies)
 
fispok: After 23...Qxe5, 24.Bxc6 would have picked up the exchange, and 24.Bf4 would have been a much better defense than e3.
 
   Feb-02-19 Harsha Bharathakoti vs H Melkumyan, 2019
 
fispok: Despite white being two whole pieces down during the attack, black was forced to return the material and trade down to an inferior endgame.
 
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