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   parisattack has kibitzed 3782 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-03-16 G Mohr vs Mikhalchishin, 2001
parisattack: I have not before seen 5....Na6. I cannot find how this game continued, but Gelanzonia-Matnadze 2002 was a win for Black.
   Nov-28-16 Shakhriyar Mamedyarov
parisattack: Hi <MamedyarovFan>! Just saw your post; I'm not on as much these days. I think <Shak> can still make 2800. He's playing steadier now, just needs more defensive patience and more wins against lower rated players..and of course my opening suggestion, LOL! But ...
   Nov-14-16 Carlsen vs Karjakin, 2016 (replies)
parisattack: <mistermac: I reckon Karjakin will get a huge boost from this. He has taken the worst Magnus can dish out, and survived.> If he draws I agree. Carlsen seemed to have him right where he wanted him - then fumbled. Not sure why he resisted f5 for so long...
   Nov-12-16 Leonid Stein
parisattack: Stein has long been one of my favorite players. Aggressive with a somewhat hypermodern repertoire. His English is excellent! Four tomes of games: Leonid Stein: Master of Attack - Keene Leonid Stein: Master of Risk Strategy - Gufeld Chess Secrets: Great Attackers - Crouch has ...
   Nov-07-16 Levenfish vs Kotov, 1940
parisattack: Awesome defense. Kotov played some very excellent and thematic Scheveningens.
   Nov-07-16 V Artemiev vs Mamedyarov, 2016 (replies)
parisattack: Shak-and-Awe is back. Mamedyarov even gets in d6 as black!
   Nov-07-16 Aron Nimzowitsch (replies)
parisattack: Happy Birthday, Herr Nimzowitsch. Tempus fugit but the ideas of the Stormy Petrel of Chess live on.
   Nov-04-16 Fusilli chessforum (replies)
parisattack: <These trends are worrisome, and bad for the country.> Fully agree <Fusilli>. The polarization and inability to compromise and work for a common good are extremely worrisome. There is no longer the sense we are all in this together as a group that I felt in the ...
   Oct-30-16 Duras vs Swiderski, 1908
parisattack: Notwithstanding Rg6 instead of Rg7, a nice example of the Duras Variation of the Lopez (d3 & c4). A modern example White takes a different approach: Granda Zuniga vs L Krysa, 2014
   Oct-29-16 A Riazantsev vs D Bocharov, 2016 (replies)
parisattack: I agree with <ajile> the d5-c5 lines for Black don't seem the best. Gligoric used to have a feast on them back-in-the-days... Still this is one of my favorite games of 2016. At least we're starting to see 3. Nc3 again after quite a few years when 3. Nf3 was most common. ...
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