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   qqdos has kibitzed 342 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-02-15 S Justinussen vs D Smerdon, 2014 (replies)
qqdos: He <David Smerdon> has now written a book to prove it- Smerdon's Scandinavian, recently published by Everyman Chess!
   May-20-15 Grischuk vs M Rodshtein, 2014
qqdos: This game is chosen as Best Game of volume 122 of Chess Informant with notes by Branko Tadic in volume 123.
   Dec-09-14 Fischer vs J Rubinstein, 1971 (replies)
qqdos: <(B89) not (B88)> Another example of Fischer's indifferent results with the Velimirovic Attack - cf. his game against Larsen in 1970.
   Jun-05-14 Fischer vs Geller, 1967 (replies)
qqdos: <Howard> <AylerKupp> May I suggest that a fitting and topical dedication to this magnificent game and <AK's> exhaustive analysis would be to VELIMIROVIC, the hero of the Velimirovic Attack who died recently. Fischer was not always comfortable with this opening and ...
   Apr-18-14 A Giri vs M Prusikin, 2013 (replies)
qqdos: This game has been chose as the best game of Chess Informator Volume 118, so perhaps <rollicking> is well-deserved.
   Jan-10-14 Yifan Hou vs Kosteniuk, 2013 (replies)
qqdos: <PS> Black's losing move was 16...Bb7? (16...Na4 was better). But Yifan missed the sucker punch 19.Bxh7+!! Kxh7 (otherwise it is # in 7) 20.Qh5+ Kg8 21.fxg7 etc. Would have been spectacular.
   Dec-04-13 M Gurevich vs Fedorowicz, 1989 (replies)
qqdos: <PP> Are you preparing an A28-29 Openings Monograph, or what??
   Oct-31-13 A Korobov vs Kramnik, 2013 (replies)
qqdos: <csmath> in the 35.Rab1! line, ...c3 may not be the best answer - because of 38.Bxc3 in your analysis. Kramnik might have been better off sac-ing the exchange with 35...Rxf6 36.gxf6 Re6 37.Rb8+ Kh7 38.Rh1+ Kg6 39.f3 and now ...c3 40.Kf2.Any thoughts?
   Jul-30-13 Colle vs Capablanca, 1929 (replies)
qqdos: "A work of art - in any field of endeavour - goes beyond merely external beauty." "This game speaks to me." - Quotes from Cyrus Lakdawala in his recent book on The Colle, page 169 where he analyses this game in his best Move by Move vein. His summary: "Against the Queen's Indian ...
   Jul-27-13 C Lakdawala vs Akobian, 2001 (replies)
qqdos: <WG> I'm still dipping into the book, but Cyrus is obviously a great Colle enthusiast and his style is a trifle jokey. I like his examples and in brief I would recommend it.
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