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Member since Apr-29-10
hello i am called meppi, i enjoy this fun and old historic game of chess. my faourites on this website are the games of lasker, nimzovitch, petrosian, tchigorin and others who play in the syle of hypermoderns

here is some proud games of mine played in the year 2011

(2 horse Shahmat)

1. e4 e5 2. Bc4 f5 3. exf5 Nf6 4. Nf3 d5 5. Bb3 e4 6. Nd4 c5 7. Ba4+ Kf7 8. Ne6 Bxe6 9. fxe6+ Kxe6 10. Nc3 a6 11. a3 b5 12. Bb3 c4 13. Ba2 d4 14. Ne2 d3 15. Nf4+ Kf5 16. Nh5 Kg5 17. Ng3 Nc6 18. 0-0 Bd6 19. Bb1 Nd4 20. cxd3 exd3 21. b4 Bxg3 22. fxg3 Ne2+ 23. Kh1 Qd4 24. Ra2 Ng4 25. Rf3 Raf8 26. Bb2 Qf2 27. h4+ Kh5 28. Rxf2 Nxf2+ 29. Kh2 Nxd1 30. Bxg7 Nf2 31. Bxf8 Ng4+ 32. Kh3 Ng1# 0-1

(another game -opening sytem as white against french defense first played by Reti, it is very rare but very powerful postions can arise)

1.e4 e6 2. b3 d5 3. Bb2 dxe4 4. Nc3 f5 5. d3 exd3 6. Bxd3 Nf6 7. Qe2 Be7 8. 0-0-0 Bd7 9. g4 fxg4 10. h3 gxh3 11. Nxh3 Nc6 12. Ng5 Bd6 13. Nd5 Nxd5 14. Qh5+ g6 15. Bxg6+ Ke7 16. Qxh7+ Rxh7 17. Rxh7+ Kf8 18. Rxf7+ Ke8 19. Rg8+ Kf8 20. Nh7# 1-0

   meppi has kibitzed 116 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-03-12 Ivanchuk vs Anand, 1992 (replies)
meppi: It seems like 17. gxf6 is about doubled pawns, but it is not! It is all about a tempo. Just for one Tempo is why it was played, see if 17. Bxf6 then d6 is undefended. and there is no tempo to play h5 because black must defend d6 from the white rook. See doubled pawns *can* be ...
   May-31-12 Nimzowitsch vs S Rosselli del Turco, 1925 (replies)
meppi: 11. Qh5+ 12. Qf3 13. Qg4 Great Queen maneuver to provoke weakness on g6 and take control of blacks heart (f5,e6,d7,c8) No 0-0-0 for black, then we see how king becomes a "figure of pathetic helplessness". Blacks position was conquered by moves 11, 12 and 13.
   Jan-20-12 Prince Andrey Dadian of Mingrelia (replies)
meppi: this guy was such a baller you can tell by his picture and chess game he played against Mr. Bitcham - "it was truly a game of art". chess needs someone with this personality like Prince Mingarella or Zukertort also with a nice bearded nowdays to make it more exciting and honor based
   Dec-14-11 Keres vs E Klein, 1946
meppi: The point of the great move 40. a7 is that it puts the black king on the 7nth rank. This is important for the queening race. EG: 40. a7 Kb7 41. h6 gxf3 42. h7 f2 43. (Now the move a7 come into its glory) a8=Q+ Kxa8 44. h8=Q+ and now the new queen on h8 can come back because
   Dec-07-11 S Vaibhav vs M Panchanathan, 2008 (replies)
meppi: If it were black to move a good move would be Ne3+ of check and uncovered attack on the queen
   Nov-20-11 I Sokolov vs Kasparov, 1999 (replies)
meppi: just a quick kizblitz here, please view move 25 my instinct tells me that here Kasparov was trying for a combination involving sacrificing the queen with 26. Nxf3 - See the R Q and N are like hammers towards h2 square. That is why Kasparov played 25. Kh7 to make the King away from the
   Nov-04-11 Szabo vs Kotov, 1946 (replies)
meppi: Hmmm let us view this position, to play the solution must be a defensive move as Sd5 with doulbe attack is coming soon and to make offense in this position would be a serious mistake. The solution must be 15. hxg5 taking away the queen + knight meeting on my h7. Now white has 16. Kxh2
   Nov-04-11 Prince Dadian vs A Fadeeff, 1887
meppi: I think the annotations says that 18. Qxg5 is a good move because, now the 19. Nf6+ tactique is failing to 19. gxf6 20. Rxg5+ fxg5 and even though blak is all underdeveloped the minor piece will be stronger than only one queen
   Oct-30-11 Marshall vs J Esser, 1899 (replies)
meppi: The idea on 15. Bxc7 is if black captures back with the bishop which appears to win material with 15. Bxc7 White plays this forcing variation 16. Ne7+ Kh8 17. Qxh7+ Kxh7 18. Rh4# this type of checkmate was first played in 1600s by Gecko
   Oct-14-11 Three Knights (C46) (replies)
meppi: Against Halloween i have been playing an exchange sacrifice counterattack line as black. It is like this; 1.e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Nc3 Nf6 4. Nxe5 Nxe5 5. d4 Nc6 (haloween players as white usually like this line) 6. d5 Ne5 7. f4 Ng6 8. e5 Ng8 9. d6 (thematic white move ...
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