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   janatoli2 has kibitzed 10 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-30-11 Pulvermacher vs Capablanca, 1907 (replies)
janatoli2: I believe that 9. Bg5 loses the game and 10. dxe5 is also a weak one. 9.Nxg4 seems indeed critical to me as for <Garech> (BTW a casual or prearranged game of Capa? - in 1907 he was already damned strong) and <scormus> but I would propose to play 10.Be2 afterwards to ...
   May-20-11 Greco vs NN, 1620 (replies)
janatoli2: <AbhinavAsthana> I think it is a good idea not to believe people which always talk about "book wins". In the below mentioned game C Corte vs Julio Bolbochan 13... Rb8 and 14... Qc8 are simply blunders, in the game Sascha Schiffers vs Mi Reinert, 11.Bxf7+ (11. Rc1 is better -
   May-20-11 Giuoco Piano (C54) (replies)
janatoli2: <rapidcitychess> there is no forced win and the line is indeed tricky. After 16.... f6 17. Re3!? (idea Rh3 etc.) black has to find 17. ... c6! (and not d5). Maybe it is more tricky to delay the capture of blacks queens bishop and play 16. Re3 directly. But you know that ...
   May-04-11 J Heftye vs J Mieses, 1902 (replies)
janatoli2: <perfidious> ... still! Would you play bad on purpose in such a situation? But I remember that Tarrasch said that he has to punish himself for a bad tournament (I forgot which one). Maybe during this game he was already punishing himself ...
   Apr-01-11 J Schoepe vs E Jost, 1987
janatoli2: 18.Nd4 looks very strong since it poses multiple threats (19.Nb5 20.Nc7 or 20.Nxd6 or 19.Nf5 20.Nxd6 each winning the queen or simply 19.f4) and allowed the knight to attack the king later on. However, 18.Qc3 (idea 19.Nxe5 and 20.Rxe5) was an easier win, since black missed a ...
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