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igiene
Member since Jun-14-10 · Last seen May-12-12
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   igiene has kibitzed 49 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-23-10 R Vera vs M Sisniega, 1984 (replies)
 
igiene: Why not 27. Qg4? Does'nt White gain the bishop?
 
   Dec-20-10 C Bayer vs Falkbeer, 1852 (replies)
 
igiene: simple
 
   Dec-02-10 Alekhine vs W N Dinger, 1933 (replies)
 
igiene: I can't believe Dinger really try such a tricky line against a mighty opponent like Alekhine; Englund Gambit can work only against patzers, never against World Champion
 
   Nov-25-10 R Pilgrim vs P McKenzie, 1988 (replies)
 
igiene: A good example of weakness of light squares after Fianchetto bishop elimination
 
   Nov-19-10 Jose Raul Capablanca (replies)
 
igiene: For Capablanca to play chess was as natural as to eat or to drink ; he was really the Mozart of Chess. "There will be never another like you". R.I.P, Jose Raul
 
   Nov-11-10 Taimanov vs Larry Evans, 1954 (replies)
 
igiene: 19. Rxc7???????? Taimanov=Santa Claus
 
   Nov-10-10 Paul Keres (replies)
 
igiene: Paul Keres has been one of the greatest players of all time and also one of the best annotators
 
   Nov-05-10 Pillsbury vs A Schwarz, 1898 (replies)
 
igiene: 4..Nf6 is'nt good. Black must play before 4..Nbd7 and if 5.Bd3, only now 5..Nxe4! After 6.Bxe4 Nf6! gains a vital tempo for development of Kingside
 
   Oct-22-10 Flohr vs Botvinnik, 1933 (replies)
 
igiene: Perhaps Botvinnik chose to play this hopeless ending (2 Knights against 2 Bihops) to learn how to win such endgames...so twenty years later against Bronstein he wins the same ending with 2 bishops against 2 knights in the decisive game of World Championship...Grandmaster have ...
 
   Oct-22-10 Geller vs Kotov, 1955 (replies)
 
igiene: 27. Rh3 seems wrong because Black can escape with 27..f6, 27.Bxg7 is far more stronger
 
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