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izimbra
Member since Dec-09-05
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   izimbra has kibitzed 2275 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-23-17 Karpov vs Kasparov, 1987 (replies)
 
izimbra: The error <35. Rc6>, losing the exchange is surprising in a WC match. Two alternatives, <35.Bf2> and <35.Bb4> leave White with good winning chances. The second one is hard for a human to see because Ne3+ leads to the loss of the g2 pawn with tempo. However, ...
 
   Aug-20-17 Deep Fritz vs BlackMamba, 2015 (replies)
 
izimbra: <Bluegrey: This is definitely not a human puzzle.> <devere: 31.Nd5 cxd5 32.Rxc7 Kxc7 33.Qg3+ Kc6 34.Bd3, and the threat of Rc2+ is decisive. It's really quite a nice combination, even though a computer found it.> It is very hard to see - if two unforced sacrifices are ...
 
   Jul-29-17 Kenneth S Rogoff (replies)
 
izimbra: <jbc--are you turning into Pawn Jr? You have to insult people to try and get some attention? He's become your role model, something like that?> Some people get threats from FBI/CIA/DOD & they have enough life going that they feel it is rational to heed the threat. Other people
 
   Jul-16-17 Odd Lie (replies)
 
izimbra: I liked the movie Gladiator. It was brutal, but fine art. However I would never have thought of it as an instruction manual for learning from management mistakes... -The Wiz
 
   Jul-04-17 Eugene Rousseau
 
izimbra: <offramp: <Big Pawn: Happy belated Columbus Day, Eugene Rousseau.> I also would like to wish Rousseau a belated happy Columbus Day. If they have sales in the chess shops in heaven, if it exists, then I hope you find the bargain you seek.> Leave a comment! Do you have a
 
   Jun-21-17 Kramnik vs Carlsen, 2017 (replies)
 
izimbra: Black would have kept near equality with <25...Bxf2+>, reserving the Q for the defense of the a1-h8 diagonal. Taking f2 with the Q drops a pawn and leads to other problems. Very accurate play here by Kramnik. Carlsen did not play poorly.
 
   Jun-13-17 Aronian vs Carlsen, 2017 (replies)
 
izimbra: <keypusher: <izimbra: Question of home cooking is interesting. It seems that after <12...Qxa3 13.c5> the position is easy for both sides to draw and White has no objective advantage. However, there may be no good & safe way for black to refuse a draw. Aronian may well ...
 
   Jun-04-17 Shirov vs Lautier, 1995 (replies)
 
izimbra: Analyzing with Stockfish...it looks like 24.Rc3 was the losing move here. If White plays 24.Rxa8 then he can trade pieces to a drawn endgame. 24.Rc3 allows Ra1 and the Bxh4 capture, leading to a Black win, up a pawn and with better control of open files/diagonals.
 
   May-13-17 Biographer Bistro (replies)
 
izimbra: <ChessHigherCat> I'm making a bet that the true story is different, but also entirely innocent.
 
   Feb-01-17 I Nepomniachtchi vs W So, 2017 (replies)
 
izimbra: So's opening prep has gotten incredibly strong. White is already in some trouble here after <8.O-O-O> even without later mistakes.
 
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