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Member since Dec-21-07
I was born in Brazil, on March 22 1947, I live in Rio de Janeiro and I am a weak a player who wants to improve his Chess understanding. My favorite players are Morphy, Capablanca and Fischer and my present chess trouble is the great number of books I have bought and how to make the best use them.

   gars has kibitzed 416 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-16-17 Fischer vs R W Moore, 1961 (replies)
gars: Am I completely wrong or Robert W. Moore played like young Fischer? Every threat Fischer made was answered by a counter-threat!
   May-24-17 J A Leonard vs T Loyd, 1861 (replies)
gars: 29)Re4 seems to be checkmate, as <Dionysius> says, because the g5 pawn is black and, as far as I know, a black King can't take a black Pawn.
   May-24-17 Viktor Kupreichik (replies)
gars: Sad news. I'd like to know more about him.
   May-23-17 Anatoly Karpov (replies)
gars: Happy BIrthday, Grandmaster Karpov! You are one of the five best chess players of all times.
   May-13-17 Ratmir Kholmov (replies)
gars: It seems Kholmov was a very strong player who had very few chances of playing outside the URSS. Is there any book about his games? Anyway, my congratulations on his birthday.
   May-10-17 B Firat vs P Carlsson, 2007 (replies)
gars: <beenthere240> is one hundred percent right.
   May-04-17 Tarrasch vs J Minckwitz, 1885 (replies)
gars: How could Tarrasch lose so badly after only one mistake, namely <11.Qd2> ? I did not understando why his move is so bad.
   May-03-17 W Horner vs J A Leonard, 1860 (replies)
gars: <Carlos 0012358> said it all. This is indeed a nice puzzle and the trick is to notice that, after all is said and done, the a1 rook is trapped. Unfortunately I did not see that.
   Apr-13-17 Garry Kasparov (replies)
gars: Happy Birthday, Grandmaster Kasparov!
   Apr-04-17 Lajos Portisch (replies)
gars: Happy Birthday, Grandmaster Portisch! Your games are as instructive as entertaining.
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