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knight
Member since Jan-20-02 · Last seen May-23-17
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   knight has kibitzed 148 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-05-02 Z Almasi vs Gelfand, 2002 (replies)
 
knight: After 26.bxa3 ...b2! is too strong. A good example of the blocking up of the opponents' pawn attack while opening up lines with your own pawn assault.
 
   Apr-05-02 Shirov vs Piket, 2002 (replies)
 
knight: I think that Shirov knowing that he would pick up three pawns for his piece did not have to do too much thinking to convince himself of the soundness of 27.Nxg6+!
 
   Apr-05-02 Chigorin vs Schiffers, 1880 (replies)
 
knight: It was way to dangerous for black to snatch the e-pawn.
 
   Apr-05-02 Yanofsky vs Botvinnik, 1946 (replies)
 
knight: Botvinniks' decision to allow his pawns to be doubled on the queenside is a controversial one,perhaps it would have been better to retreat his knight on the seventeenth move.
 
   Mar-27-02 Csom vs Suba, 1979
 
knight: If white takes the bishop then it is indeed a perpertual.
 
   Mar-23-02 Blatny vs W Seifried, 1991 (replies)
 
knight: The half open e file available to his rooks is also a plus factor for white if black exchanges on f4.
 
   Mar-21-02 Murey vs W Watson, 1985 (replies)
 
knight: 27.c5! decided the game.
 
   Mar-21-02 Larsen vs Y Gruenfeld, 1979
 
knight: If 11.Rxd6?! could have worked at all it was in the middlegame not the ending.27...Nd4+ was unnecessary.Gruenfeld should have done a better job keeping Larsen's king out.
 
   Mar-21-02 Jonkman vs F Arp, 1998 (replies)
 
knight: Black did not develop his pieces fast enough, he did not secure his king well enough, and he left his queen without enough room.
 
   Mar-21-02 Hannah vs T W Barnes, 1862 (replies)
 
knight: The spectacular looking 22.Rxe6 is actually not so strong as 22...Ra6 was an excellent defense,Black would have responded to 23.Rxa6 with 23...Qxb2,but White should have tried that anyway, 23.Re8+ was a definite mistake.Hannah probably meant to defend himself with 25.Re3 noticing too
 
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