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kavalerov
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   kavalerov has kibitzed 44 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-17-08 M Foudzi-Ahmad vs H Shafruddin, 2001
 
kavalerov: I think there's a typo in your post, <TheaN>. 14. h3 is a decent move all things considered, but 14. e4 is not "?!" but leads to mate as above.
 
   Jul-02-08 Sveshnikov vs G Milos, 1988 (replies)
 
kavalerov: This seems like a different sort of sac, trying to take advantage of Black's blocked up k-side by trading 3 pawns for a piece and unsettling the Black K. Works out pretty well if you ask me; it's likely a pretty shocking move to meet in the french advanced besides. Only, I wonder ...
 
   Jan-27-08 Judit Polgar vs Topalov, 2008 (replies)
 
kavalerov: according to the "find similar games" function, the first new move is black's 10th (instead of taking with the ♗)
 
   Sep-14-06 kavalerov chessforum
 
kavalerov: <WannaBe> Thanks!
 
   Sep-09-06 59th Russian Championship (2006) (replies)
 
kavalerov: <WannaBe> Wait, where's Yogi Berra? How did you find out this priviledged information?
 
   Sep-02-06 Peter Svidler (replies)
 
kavalerov: Anyhow, very exciting game; tons of mistakes both ways, and Svidler ends up on top. Several pages of posts were given on Carlsen's forum, but I like the quiet of Svidler's page :)
 
   Sep-02-06 Shirov vs Naiditsch, 2006
 
kavalerov: <euripdes: I wonder if...> Possibly, but Naiditsch has to fight for some counter chances here, and so he apparently makes both those moves eyeing ♖d1 and thus momentarily defends a7. Actually, I ran this game through Fruit 2.1 and it made the same moves. It (she?) ...
 
   Sep-02-06 Tkachiev vs S Iskusnyh, 2006
 
kavalerov: Very nice and straightforward ♘-maneouvring, beginning with 25 ♕b2, burying the ♕ to make way for the ♘, and then decisive on b7.
 
   Sep-02-06 Vladislav Tkachiev (replies)
 
kavalerov: <Tkachiev being an a) sexist b) punk> Oh, come now. The man is a Kazakh, born in Moscow, and lives in Paris. "Sexist" doesn't fit. These words in general don't apply to people who've lived such lives in such places. And as far as I know, no one's lost their jobs or their ...
 
   Sep-01-06 Karpov vs Polugaevsky, 1974 (replies)
 
kavalerov: PS When I wrote that I hadn't seen <Lawrence>'s comment. But since it's not totally irrelevant to quote exactly what Karpov said, I'll leave it up.
 
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