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Member since Jun-18-06 · Last seen Oct-21-19
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   nummerzwei has kibitzed 539 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-25-19 Kupreichik vs Kramnik, 1994
nummerzwei: I guess White got no post-mortem that day.
   Sep-05-19 Huebner vs L Christiansen, 1989
nummerzwei: [DIAGRAM] Here 26...Qf5 was played, with rough equality. Much more natural was to keep attacking with 26...g5!.
   Aug-10-19 Lev Aronin
nummerzwei: Wikipedia now puts 4 October 1982 as Aronin's death date, exactly two days before the more famous Levon Aronian was born.
   Aug-10-19 Lautier vs Kramnik, 1993
nummerzwei: This game is annotated in Kramnik's game collection from 2000. <We had played this all so 'creatively' that when I went for a stroll after my fifth move the Dutch grandmaster Jeroen Piket came up to me and asked: 'From what opening did you reach your position?' I was unable to
   Jun-11-19 Adams vs Keitlinghaus, 1998
nummerzwei: In 1999*, Christopher Lutz wrote an article on the recently popular Berlin Endgame that was published in Schach 10/1999. About the Nxe6-structure that arises in this game after move 14, he said that it 'mostly leads to a small but enduring White edge. However, Black can then put ...
   Jun-05-19 Euwe vs Alekhine, 1937
nummerzwei: 28.Bb3? is very similar to Viktor Korchnoi's error 18...Rfb8? in the last game of the 1981 World Championship ( Karpov vs Korchnoi, 1981 ). It just lets Black occupy the second rank for no reason. There was also mistake in Purdy's analysis of 30.Bxf6: After 30...gxf6 31.Bc4 Rxh2+
   Jun-05-19 Euwe vs Alekhine, 1937 (replies)
nummerzwei: 11.Bxe4 is awkward and would have led to very little after 11...Bxe4 12.bxc3 c5! (12...0-0 13.Nd2) 13.Ba3 0-0 =.
   Jun-05-19 Norway Chess (2019) (replies)
nummerzwei: I'm under the impression the organizers of this tournament have gone by the maxim 'Any press is good press.' It's unclear what good these Armageddon games are supposed to do, though, and at any rate it is just wrong to 'waste' a valuable date in the top-flight chess calendar for ...
   Apr-29-19 A Kirusha vs S Mirovshchikov, 2001 (replies)
nummerzwei: 29.bxc5 seems good.
   Mar-16-19 Landa vs Naiditsch, 2013
nummerzwei: The more natural 13.Nbd4 sacrifices a pawn after 13...Qa5+ 14.c3 Qxa2 15.0-0, but I still feel this has something going for it. Other than the pawn deficit, White's position is quite comfortable and Black won't find it easy to win.
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