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Member since May-05-06 · Last seen Sep-29-16
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 1352 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-28-16 Tal Memorial (2016) (replies)
maxi: <HeMateMe> No, actually they are playing three-way chess, which is all the rage nowadays.
   Sep-27-16 M Dvoretsky vs Smyslov, 1974 (replies)
maxi: <Nova>, thanks for the tip. I went over his notes and they are interesting, particularly playing 16...Qd2. But even with White keeping his Pawn in f2 it would be very difficult for Black to get a draw here.
   Sep-25-16 Petrosian vs Fischer, 1971
maxi: They also have large Jewish communities, and Jews have an intellectual tradition.
   Sep-24-16 Maung Kyaw Zaw Hein Maung vs T Sanikidze, 2016
maxi: Black fixed a tourniquet on White's flow of ideas in this nice position win.
   Sep-19-16 Carlsen vs Kramnik, 2016
maxi: <thegoodanarchist> Huh. In both games Kramnik overlooks the action of a white Knight.
   Sep-17-16 Chess Olympiad (2016) (replies)
maxi: DNA studies show that the Americas were populated by a mongolic race from top to bottom (N to S). Changing subject, Karjakin's is a sad case. He detracts publicly his own country and talks in favor of the invading power.
   Sep-04-16 Petrosian - Korchnoi Candidates Semifinal (1971) (replies)
maxi: <beatgiant> Could it be that Fischer had seen more moves ahead?
   Aug-23-16 Korchnoi vs Petrosian, 1971 (replies)
maxi: White's position sucks big time.
   Aug-19-16 Karpov vs Seirawan, 1983
maxi: In this variation of the Caro-Kann White's h5 Pawn seems to be a weakness, but it exerts a lot of pressure, and if Black takes it he has to spend tempos and also open the h-file to the White Rook.
   Aug-17-16 Gelfand vs Anand, 2008
maxi: The move 20...Ba1 is simply magnificent! To play it one has to be aware of the resource 21.e5 c5! The point of 20...Ba1 is to impede the variation 20...Bc7 21.Nc3 Ra-a8 and Black has a passive position. But the Bishop in a1 does not allow White to play the Knight to c3. After 20...Ba1 ...
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