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   pencuse has kibitzed 31 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-17-18 Carlsen vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
pencuse: The idea behind the sacrifice 44. ♗xd5 of Magnus Carlsen is similar to the one Anand played against Carlsen in the game 7 in the World Chess Championship 2014 ( Carlsen vs Anand, 2014 ). [DIAGRAM] Anand could not protect the e5 pawn. After its loss White will have 2 passed ...
   Nov-14-18 Karpov vs Hort, 1979 (replies)
pencuse: A quite typical game with long maneuvers by Karpov. "Typical" because he did in his many games similar repetitions with deep calculations behind, to get the opponent's strategy out of control, which he was succeeded in many times. Nice examples are: Karpov vs Miles, 1985 (long rook
   Nov-14-18 Karpov vs Kamsky, 1992
pencuse: Actually this game is derived from the Neo-Grünfeld defence, but is classified as King's Indian. Kamsky has played Grünfeld defence many times as black.
   Apr-12-18 R Appel vs Kasparov, 1998
pencuse: Probably because of a blitz match, Kasparov had pragmatic plans: * 13. ... d5 gives white the chance to eliminate black's castling, which happened, but knight was not at e5 any more, at the cost of a pawn and castling. * After exchange the pawn in the center with 23. ... Qc7 black ...
   Apr-12-18 Yusupov vs Kasparov, 1988
pencuse: Yusupov had a decision of a middlegame plan by move 23. g4 in which he intended to attack the black's king using Bc3 and g-h files opened by the sacrificed pawn. But he could not find additional reserves, partly because 1) Kasparov could bring Ra8 quite quickly. 2) Kasparov kept ...
   Dec-11-17 Short vs Gelfand, 1991
pencuse: 15. g5 ... 16. h4 according to an old analysis of GM Atalik from 90s, white played unusually aggressively which weakened its king side.
   Dec-11-17 Timman vs Short, 1993
pencuse: According to the analysis of GM Atalik, black is better here (good positioned king, pawn majority on queen side compensate more than a knight). Still unknown why black agreed the draw.
   Feb-26-07 Kasparov vs Ivanchuk, 1996 (replies)
pencuse: Final position is similar to 24th game of Kasparov-Karpov World Chess Championship Match 1987: Kasparov vs Karpov, 1987
   Sep-23-06 Kasparov vs Korchnoi, 1989 (replies)
pencuse: Kasparov didn't give Korchnoi to develop his pieces. Korchnoi forced to play a lot of pawn moves. This left all of his bishops and rooks undeveloped.
   Sep-10-06 S Atalik vs Nakamura, 2001
pencuse: Black has lost a lot of time by playing with knight between moves 15-17 and left this knight in pin. Because of these mistakes black had to protect the Nf6, and that way white could collect all the pawns on the queen side.
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