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Member since May-05-06 · Last seen Nov-25-15
I haven't played in tournaments in many years due to my time-demanding job, but I am fairly strong and carefully follow the world chess scene.
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   maxi has kibitzed 1264 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-22-15 Capablanca vs S Bernstein, 1928
maxi: With 26.Be5 Capa sinned against the spirit of chess. He exchanges his great Bishop and at the same time allows Black to exchange his tremendous Rook. After 27.Rh6, with Rh7 in mind, Black would have to resign in a couple of moves. And with no aggravation.
   Nov-13-15 Fischer vs H Rossetto, 1959
maxi: Yeah, <TheFocus>! I am going to go over Bobby's notes.
   Nov-11-15 Robert James Fischer (replies)
maxi: Enough steroids form a small penis, so possibly these gals are not missing even this extended gadget. (Not personal experience.)
   Nov-10-15 Capablanca vs J Siegmann, 1925
maxi: Did you have a bad experience along those lines, <TheFocus>?
   Nov-09-15 N J Fries-Nielsen vs Hoi, 1981
maxi: Or perhaps too well.
   Nov-07-15 Capablanca vs G H Hadland, 1919
maxi: It is true that Black gets a nice game with 20...Qxf4. Just as good and perhaps even better is 20...e5. To me it is nice to see that these refutations to Capa's attack do exist, otherwise the principles of chess would cease to be operational. Capa pretty much breaks all of them in his ...
   Nov-02-15 Fischer vs Korchnoi, 1962
maxi: <onam> The way I see it, they did not have the same style. Korchnoi liked to play for complications with piece play. He loved piece activity even at the cost of placing himself sometimes in danger. Positionally he was a center man, in the Nimzovitch sense of pieces being active ...
   Oct-04-15 Lasker vs Teichmann, 1895 (replies)
maxi: <keypusher> It is surprising how much info you packed into a short paragraph. Well thought out and well written!
   Oct-03-15 Fischer vs Unzicker, 1959 (replies)
maxi: The trapeze or the queen will pawn the knight away.
   Sep-25-15 Tal vs Spassky, 1954
maxi: It was possible for Spassky to play 25...Bxd6 with an small plus. Gremlins were at work, because he did not see that after 25...Bxd6 26.Rfd1 Qf8 (not 26...Qb8 27.QxQ and Black loses) Black is safe and even has a small advantage. Spassky played instead 25...Kg7 and after 26.Rfd1 it is ...
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