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garcimitch
Member since Apr-14-09 · Last seen Feb-05-12
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   garcimitch has kibitzed 34 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-07-12 Adorjan vs Vadasz, 1970
 
garcimitch: A very thematic game for the Txe6 sacrifice.
 
   Dec-27-11 Van der Wiel vs J L Arnason, 1980
 
garcimitch: Nice combo! Try to figure out how to win after 28...h6.
 
   Nov-01-11 I Cheparinov vs V Pesotskyi, 2011 (replies)
 
garcimitch: What a game! 37...Fc4??
 
   Mar-05-11 G Sargissian vs Grischuk, 2008 (replies)
 
garcimitch: <Eyal> in your line after 59...Bd6 60.Ke4 Bb4 white has to play 61.Qc8! (threat is Qh8 mate) Kh5 62.Kf3 Qg7 63.Qxc4 wins
 
   Mar-02-11 Grischuk vs A Iljushin, 2003
 
garcimitch: A classical French endgame from white. See also Tarrasch vs Teichmann, 1912
 
   Feb-27-11 Geller vs Salov, 1986
 
garcimitch: The moves of the white knight are very instructive : each structure change is followed by a repositionning. 34...Ke7 is an error but the game was loss anyway. Nice positionnal game by Geller.
 
   Feb-26-11 B Kovanova vs N Pogonina, 2010 (replies)
 
garcimitch: This should be compared to 12...Bd5!! in Janowski-Schallopp, Nuremberg 1896
 
   Feb-06-11 Yusupov vs Dautov, 2000 (replies)
 
garcimitch: 27.? White to play and win. Could be a nice puzzle.
 
   Feb-05-11 Suetin vs J H Donner, 1968
 
garcimitch: The final combination is similar to Morphy vs Duke Karl / Count Isouard, 1858
 
   Jan-08-11 R Grau vs V Fernandez Coria, 1932 (replies)
 
garcimitch: A very instructive game. - 18.f6 is ambitious : White is saying that black bishop is useless - 20.fxg7 Kxg7 21.Rf6 Kg8 22.Qg3+ is maybe more precise - 22...De4 is bad as the queens exchange does not stop the white attack : 22...Qg6 is better - the combination after 30.Rdg3 is ...
 
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