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makinavaja
Member since Jul-20-11 · Last seen Jun-08-19
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   makinavaja has kibitzed 37 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-08-19 Kuzubov vs D Anton Guijarro, 2017
 
makinavaja: Mucha suerte, claro...
 
   Jun-07-19 Larsen vs Ribli, 1982
 
makinavaja: Ribli was a semifinalist of Candidates in 1983. So, he was a very strong player...
 
   May-21-19 G Ilivitsky vs Taimanov, 1955
 
makinavaja: Perhaps time trouble? It is the only game lost by Ilivitsky in the Championship...
 
   Mar-31-19 Portisch vs Z Kozul, 1994
 
makinavaja: 121. Bd5+ wins the rook, but it is even quicker 121.Be6+,Kh8 122.Kg6,Rg8+ 123.Bg8,Kg8 124.Rc8 mate.
 
   Mar-28-19 D Anton Guijarro vs F Bindrich, 2019
 
makinavaja: An excellent and difficult ending, plenty of hard technical work. Congratulations and good luck, David.
 
   Dec-09-17 Stockfish vs AlphaZero, 2017 (replies)
 
makinavaja: Oh! I am not so silly to trust blindly in a computer!
 
   Dec-08-17 AlphaZero vs Stockfish, 2017 (replies)
 
makinavaja: Curious, but Stockfish, in this match, has a very special ability to play with bad Bishops and to lose consequently in a very easy way...
 
   Oct-04-17 C H Alexander vs Reshevsky, 1936 (replies)
 
makinavaja: It was http:// A. Sokolov vs Yusupov, 1985; not 1986.
 
   Oct-04-17 Khalifman vs D Yuffa, 2016 (replies)
 
makinavaja: Instead 42.R:b5, it would have won 42.Rc5, preparing f4 or h4, because the black rook has to remain too passive. There are no chances for active compensaton with two pawns less here. It is always necessary to pay attention until the opponent's resign!
 
   Apr-28-17 Eljanov vs Mamedyarov, 2017
 
makinavaja: Yes, you are right, but not so easy, especially in time trouble. For example, after 44..., Be3+ 45. Kf1, Bd4, the best is 46. Q:d4+. The Kf3 defends everything! Ah! I analyze without computers. A good way to train my brain for real life.
 
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