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massive designer
Member since Apr-30-03 · Last seen Jun-04-03
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   massive designer has kibitzed 7 times to chessgames  
   Jun-04-03 Alekhine vs W Kunze, 1908 (replies)
 
massive designer: Alekhine plays with a great deal of insight into the chess board ...it is amazing ..if u see why did not he play at 12 Q*e6 + and also the very impressing sacrifice in 16 Rad1! ...as of course black will lose if he accepted the sacrifice...as the Knight after h6*B f*g5 the ...
 
   May-20-03 M Warren vs Jan Selman, 1932 (replies)
 
massive designer: Nice trap ... white will lose the queen if he tried to take the Knight !!
 
   May-20-03 Keres vs Spassky, 1965 (replies)
 
massive designer: Not only that white have missed the important 23 B3a but also the continuation was poor .after the 27.... N*e4! the game had the twist towards spassiky
 
   May-18-03 A Beni vs Tal, 1958 (replies)
 
massive designer: An exiting game ... The amanzing pawn go forward and farward ....and the power of a bishop along a digonal ...carrying the queen wherever she wants....oh yaa
 
   May-15-03 V Borsony vs A Laustsen, 1956 (replies)
 
massive designer: THIS A real nice trap ha the Night is lost anyway
 
   May-15-03 Marshall vs Capablanca, 1909 (replies)
 
massive designer: If i would give comments on movies i would say Move 10. Qf3!? c6 move 23. d6 1? Qe6! MOVE 27. Bb1 NC6! move 28 .Bf5! Rd8 but most important is the amazing defencive abilites that Capablanca posses ...he is not taken by the surprises at all there is always the ...
 
   May-14-03 Fischer vs Euwe, 1960 (replies)
 
massive designer: The end game was very strong here ...it all started with 30 B b8 with a nice trap or say combination . u see fisher wining as easy as possible ...easy but invinsible... and the Bishop Bining at the end is still so nice
 
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