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malvar
Member since Apr-21-07 · Last seen Jul-11-12
Im from Puerto Rico, 30. I admire greatly Tal, Capablanca, Lasker, Alekhine( although it hurt me to find out about his anti-semitic nazi propaganda), Fisher, Aronian, Anand, Kasparov, The Polgar sisters, and all the incredibly young GM's that are sprouting all over the world. Specially Magnus Carlsen, Caruana, Nakamura.
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   malvar has kibitzed 39 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-08-10 N Radev vs Pribyl, 1971
 
malvar: Uff!!
 
   Jan-10-09 H Danielsen vs R Hardarson, 2001 (replies)
 
malvar: I'm looking for the knockout blow and I don't see it. Was the game over on time? Danielsen has a pawn advantage and it's about win another pawn with Re7+, and after ...Kh6, Rxc7. I guess one has to see the pawns all the way throug, but maybe Black can try to get a perpetual.
 
   Oct-05-08 Capablanca vs R Grau, 1939 (replies)
 
malvar: <chancho> Where did you get this information about the game? I find it fascinating. Two great gentleman and players. Great game!
 
   Apr-20-08 Wahls vs Yusupov, 1991 (replies)
 
malvar: My move would be 43...Qh7, keeping the a pawn protected and preparing the h pawn advance. The plan is to transfer one of the rooks to the h file. Black has a pretty good control over the dark squares so, trying to exploit the pawn blockade an that control to succeed.
 
   Apr-20-08 Tolnai vs J Klovans, 1991
 
malvar: Great combination, I got 31..d5, 32, Bxd5, missed Qb1+. I tried playing it move by move and got most of them out anyway. I did get 34...Rxf2+ but; does, 38...Qa2 still win? Exchange the queens earlier? Perhaps as it was played, black squeezed more out of the position. I can't really ...
 
   Apr-07-08 Albin vs O Bernstein, 1904 (replies)
 
malvar: Queen sacrifice, nice. 23...Qxf3 24,gxf3 Rg6# piece of cake. yesterdays puzzle lived up to the insanity plead ( E Vladimirov vs Van der Sterren, 1990 )
 
   Apr-01-08 Fischer vs Panno, 1970 (replies)
 
malvar: I think that Panno has a strong defense in this game, full of near infinite possibilities but of course, Fisher never relinquished the initiative. Had Fisher played anything else, the outcome probably would have been he same... Are you kidding me!?
 
   Apr-01-08 V Zurakhov vs Koblents, 1956 (replies)
 
malvar: Definitely fooled. Awesome! Sorry I cant contribute anything right now. Its so late and I'm so tiered. Have a good one!
 
   Mar-26-08 E Mortensen vs J Rodgaard, 1980
 
malvar: Insane, 21, Whites move. This is very strong and precise play. Excellent play. For me Ng5 was a possibility. My main worry was blacks bishop controlling the long diagonal. Couldn't decide on what plan to follow.
 
   Mar-23-08 Keres vs L Popov, 1973
 
malvar: Black to play; (...34)Difficult Blacks main problem in my perspective seems to be whites rook and whites N moving to d1 to block the Q's check at a1. The movement of e pawn has to come at some point to open the long diagonal for Whites B. Maybe a back rank mate, but Bf1 could also ...
 
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