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laskereshevsky
Member since Dec-22-06 · Last seen Nov-06-17
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"I keep on fighting as long as my opponent can make a mistake...."

EMANUEL LASKER

"I keep on fighting as long as I can make a mistake..."

LASKERESHEVSKY

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MY FAVORITE PLAYER:.........

EMANUEL LASKER 1868-1941

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Same Tactical/positional moves from my games....

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(1) Played in 1996


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Here I played:Pc5


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Later in the game in this position:


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Nxe5-....


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...-Pxe5; Rxb8CH.-Kxb8; Bxe5+ 1-0


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(2) played in 2006


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...Qxc1;


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Bxc1-Nf2CH.0-1


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(If white play: Qxc1... after ...Bxe3)


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its even worst

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(3) Few years ago, after an easy and very stupid blunder in the opening i found myself in this totally lost position:


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A whole pawn for nothing and a very bad mens placement.... Just a little before to resign I tried a last desperate trick: Pg5


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And now if black take with the H pawn... game over.

But probably he thought (as i hoped): <"...Why to allows white to resolve the problem of the ugly placed rook in h1?!... and why to put in h8 (after the rooks change) the well central placed rook?!...">

so he played: ...-Pfxg5, giving to me the chanche to equalize with: Rxh6


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After:...-Qf4; (of course he cant play RxR cause Ng5ch.) Rxh8-Rxh8; i took Nxd5-... and he cant play ...Rd8 cause Nxg5ch.(again!) win.

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After the game's moves:...Qxd2; Rxd2-Pg4; Ng5ch (again!) I won the finale:....


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After my Rxd2 the opponent realized that even now Rd8 cant be played, cause after Ng5ch. (again!) whatever he play at least he lost an exchange....

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Ng5ch was a real nightmare move for my opponent in this game...

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(4) Played in 2004


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Of course white (I) is already much better here, but I like the final shoot...

Rd5


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here, worried by the lots of treaths, my opponent blundered with:...Bg7 and resigned after Qh7ch. 1-0 ... cause after the only ...Kf7; Rf1 is check mate...


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...Bxc3; doesent change a lot... Pxc3-Qg7; Bxe6ch.

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(5) Played in 1993


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Here I played....-Bxh3;


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Be2-Rg3;


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Kg2-Rxg2ch.


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Kxh3-Rxf2;


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Now Black have a deadly Queen check in e3, White is forced to do something against it...

Bg4-... and after ...Rxb2 valutation is


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Unfortunatly, after the Queens and rooks trade, in a W'sB+P VS. B'sPPPPP (!) Finale, in a terrible zeitnot i wasnt able to find the (easy) winnig manouvre....

0.5-0.5

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(6) Played in 1990 (Wow!... Im so Old?!?!!) :(-D

Ok, was one of my first ever tournament....


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I played ...-Nf3ch.; thinking of: Pxf3-Qxh3; Pf4-Qg4ch; Kf1-Qf3;

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But after Kf1 delused by the refusion of my "brilliant" sac, in this better position with a pawn up I accepted (sic!) the draw that, with an almost unheardable whisper, my more expert opponent offered....


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0.5-0.5

eeeehhhhhh!.... the younghood, the younghood..... so manx energy and power, but such a lack of experience...

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(7) Played in 2001


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Here I played ...-Nxg3


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This move was in my mind already from a while, in case white had played Pf4. But when this move was made it, a long thought happened to me....

Simply I was worried about White's reply Kxg3.... In fact after. ...-Rxe3ch.; Rxe3-Bxf4ch.; Kf2-Bxe3ch.; Nxe3-Qh2ch. Black is OK

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Just, the emotive side during the game put on me always a big pression....

More, this was the last round, I had won all the games till now, For a lot I was tempted to offer draw and go to the Tournament's bar and sipping a good beer..... But the "Pathos" to see this sacrifice at work, at the end got me, ...like a fever.....

Game: Nxg3-Rxe3;


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Rxe3-Nxf4ch.; Kf3-Nxd3; Rxe8ch.-Kf7; Re3-Bxg3; Ne2 and after 5/6 moves W resigned. 0-1


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So, I won this tournament ( open B ) with 6/6, at the time I was in good shape cause a month later I won another Open B with 5.5/6.... All in all i closed the 2001 with a record of +12 =2 -1 and the whole period 1999-2001 with +25 =9 -6

After Bxg3W cant take theNd3 with the R cause after Qf4ch. is forced lost.

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In case of Kg2 with: ...-Qf2ch.; Kh1-Qh2 Mate

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In case of Ke2 with: ...-Qf2ch.; Kd1-Qxg1ch. etc.

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At the time I was very proud to foresaw all the side-lines before to play Nxg3....

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(8) 2001


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After black played ...-Pgxf4 ( not the best )
instead to reply with the plausible and good Pexf4, I chosed a more spectacular (but a little weaker) Rxf4...


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After ...-0-0; Nf6ch.-Bxf6; Rxf6-Kg7; Ref1-... Black blundered with ...-Ne7;


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Here: Rxd6 win


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...Qxd6; Qxd6-Rxd6; Bxe5ch.-Pf6; Bxd6-Rf7; Bxc5...


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Here a mixture of relax and lack of determination by my side, was facing a strong fighting mode showed by the Black... The result was another 30 moves (!) before I forced my opponent to resign.

I found very amusing a comment made by my opp. during the post-game analysis:

"Of course I was under pression here; but (after ...Ne7) I tought my position wasnt so bad.... but your Rxd6 killed me... U took THREE(!) pawns with one move!!..."

Very nice...:-D

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(9) 2005


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Nd6-...


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...-Re7; Bxf6-...


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...-Pxf6; Qxe7ch.-Qxe7; Rxe7-Kxe7; Nxf5ch.-Pxf5; Rxf5


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Black, in zeitnot resigned. 1-0

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   laskereshevsky has kibitzed 1311 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-09-16 T Gharamian vs Quang Long Le, 2015 (replies)
 
laskereshevsky: find quite fast 22.♖xf5 and if 22...♙exf5 23♘g6.... But after 22...♙fxe5 was lazy (and didnt even noticed the creative) 23.♗c4!.... and stucked on 23.♖xe5 and/or 22.♖xf8+ ....This is a litlle strange for my to understand, cause the ...
 
   Sep-08-16 Eljanov vs Navara, 2015 (replies)
 
laskereshevsky: 44...Re5. 45.Rxe5+. Kf6. 46.Nxf4 Kxf6.
 
   Sep-06-16 R Naranja vs Portisch, 1970 (replies)
 
laskereshevsky: ....if the E2 square was not occupied by th N the move Ke2 keep everything :-)
 
   Sep-05-16 L Christiansen vs Nunn, 1991 (replies)
 
laskereshevsky: 1) 36.Rxf6+: if: 1a)36... Bxf6 37 Ng6# if: 1b)36... Qf7 37 Ng6# < 1b1)37.Qg8#>
 
   Sep-04-16 Nicola Capone vs Wei Yi, 2016 (replies)
 
laskereshevsky: Wey try till the very last to beat Capone..... Never stop, never stop fighting till the fight is done
 
   Sep-03-16 E Torre vs J F Cubas, 2016 (replies)
 
laskereshevsky: Try to guess it... GM is easy.... F maybe is filipino... A is difficult.. maybe something to do with asia?!...
 
   Sep-03-16 Van Wely vs T Beerdsen, 2015 (replies)
 
laskereshevsky: for same reason, I cant explain why, the tactical use of the c8 square in this game immediatly remind my to the same use but with another piece Gazza did it at the 22th move in the linked game: Kasparov vs G Ligterink, 1980
 
   Apr-04-16 P Delekta vs Geller, 1992 (replies)
 
laskereshevsky: Piotr Delekta est
 
   Mar-14-16 T Lematschko vs B Igla, 2007
 
laskereshevsky: La Bella Igla
 
   Mar-14-16 T M Bradshaw vs S Crakanthorp, 1905
 
laskereshevsky: The Crakanthorp eruption...
 
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