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poorthylacine
Member since Dec-15-12 · Last seen Jul-18-15
I'm living in France, my english is poor and my chell level low!! But I am although a fan of the beauty of chess games, specially the ancient matches and tournaments from the 19th century!!

   poorthylacine has kibitzed 213 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-11-15 Chigorin vs Janowski, 1905 (replies)
 
poorthylacine: Dear little mouse, If you use a computer, I bet your brain will not be more lazy but opposite even more active, reaching the moves 54/55, when Chigorin missed a heavy and letal blow ( 55. Ne4+ is killing Black after 55...Kxe4 56. Dd4+...) and later the move 70, when Janowsky ...
 
   Jul-07-15 A W Fox vs Janowski, 1904
 
poorthylacine: Letal miscalculation of Janowski in the ending at move 50; 50...Rb7, keeping aware of all the opponent pawns was necessary.
 
   Jul-06-15 Pillsbury vs Janowski, 1904
 
poorthylacine: 70.Rc2??: Pillsbury lost all sense of danger; after keeping a good control of the first rank by 70. Re1! he could not lose.
 
   Jul-02-15 Najdorf vs F Olafsson, 1961
 
poorthylacine: Yes, Honza Cervenka: it seems Olafsson did not see the discovered and double attack allowed by 23...Rfe8: enough to lose a game...
 
   Jun-29-15 M Judd vs H Davidson, 1876
 
poorthylacine: In the tournament book too, edited by "Olms", the game is given as draw; the question for me would just be to know why the Chessbase is giving 0-1.
 
   Jun-20-15 Tartakower vs J S Morrison, 1922 (replies)
 
poorthylacine: 38. g4? ; instead of that, Tatrakower coud win the endgame by playing 38.Kg4 Ke6 39.Kf4... in order to force the black king to give way...
 
   Jun-17-15 Tal vs Larsen, 1959 (replies)
 
poorthylacine: Elolah: I'm french, that's why maybe I like so much your expression: "sneaky rat"!! So funny! Because in France there is not really an equivalent expression, ha ha!!!! Not so funny, anyway....
 
   Jun-17-15 Tal vs Larsen, 1965 (replies)
 
poorthylacine: Vonzi, a miracle occured: it's still possible to watch this video!! Unbelievable!! But true!!
 
   Jun-16-15 Ivkov vs Larsen, 1965
 
poorthylacine: The question is: would 27.Ng1 have been enough to defend the white position after 27...Rc2 28.Kxe2 Ba6+ 29. Kd1 Rxd2+ 30. Kxd2 Bxf1....
 
   Jun-16-15 Larsen vs Ivkov, 1965 (replies)
 
poorthylacine: 42...Kf8 instead of 42...f6, zydeco? Is the prize not dangerously high after 43. Bxh7 Ke8 44. Bf5....
 
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