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ricardolopez
Member since May-03-04 · Last seen Nov-22-14
I am argentine.I am sixty (today may 5th is my birthday).I have no rating. When I was a teen I used to play in chess clubs. I liked positional games. When I got old I was turned towards combinative openings & players. I was fond of Ficher & Tahl. I like "the great olds": Tchigorin, Morphy, Andersen.

   ricardolopez has kibitzed 54 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-10-12 Didier vs L Rosen, 1900 (replies)
 
ricardolopez: What about 22..., cxd4 ?
 
   Nov-03-12 M Krasenkow vs Jobava, 2010 (replies)
 
ricardolopez: I don't understand why not 25.bxc4. May anyone explain me that? Thank's
 
   Jul-01-12 H Olafsson vs J Levitt, 1990 (replies)
 
ricardolopez: <Jimfromprovidence> In your line I think 21. Rxd7 is better. A posible line: 19...,Rxd7; 22. Qxe6+, Rf7; 23. Bd5, Kd8; 24. Qd8+, Kh7; 25. Qe4*, g6; 26.Bxf7, Kxf7; 27. Qxa8, Qxc5; 28. Qd5. Trhree pawns by the knight, is that worthy in this position? In this line the main ...
 
   Jun-02-12 L Vereggen vs D Hoogland, 2011
 
ricardolopez: why not 18..., Nd4 ?
 
   Dec-19-11 E Grivas vs A Braun, 2008 (replies)
 
ricardolopez: <rilkefan><Dyonis> 24..g5; 25. Qxf6+ Kxf6 ; 26. Rf3 Kg6 ; 27. Bd3+ Kxh6 ; 28. Bxf8 + R(e or g) x f8 ; 29. Rh1+ and 30. R x h7 ++
 
   Dec-01-10 Z Ivanovic vs S E Meyer, 2000 (replies)
 
ricardolopez: 3...Qe7 with an equal game. (4. Qh5+ ?, g6; 5. Nxg6, Qe4+ winning).All this is very known
 
   Nov-08-10 M Kravtsiv vs H Banikas, 2008
 
ricardolopez: <profK> It was blitz, I couldn't find the time
 
   May-24-10 S Morrison vs T K Hemingway, 1952 (replies)
 
ricardolopez: What about 14.d6+ ?
 
   Dec-26-09 A Vitolinsh vs L Gutman, 1967
 
ricardolopez: What an attack !!
 
   Dec-21-09 Hebden vs A Summerscale, 2001 (replies)
 
ricardolopez: Why not 17..., Bg3. B is two pawns up and W must avoid exchanges. . For example: 18. Red1 then 18..., Ke7
 
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