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sudoplatov
Member since Aug-16-09 · Last seen Jul-19-17
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   sudoplatov has kibitzed 127 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-19-17 Capablanca vs Alekhine, 1927 (replies)
 
sudoplatov: Speaking of losing fortunes, one should consider the fate Ossip Bernstein.
 
   Jul-19-17 Fischer vs Tal, 1970
 
sudoplatov: Opposite colored Bishops tend to be drawish on their own. With other pieces, they tend to favor an attacker. In this game, there are Rooks on each side so the aggressor (Fischer of the Extra Pawns) has a big advantage.
 
   Jul-15-17 Marshall vs Leonhardt, 1911 (replies)
 
sudoplatov: One point one sees in Capablanca and Alekhine and Lasker is also shown here. A attack may not lead directly to mate but to improvements in one's own position relative to the opponent's.
 
   Jul-04-17 Marshall vs Winawer, 1901
 
sudoplatov: Winawer has French Line too; perhaps more famous than his counter-gambit.
 
   Jul-01-17 Von Der Lasa vs Anderssen, 1846
 
sudoplatov: I suppose von der Lasa didn't play Kieseritzky was was the lack of room to sign the score sheet.
 
   Jul-01-17 Tarrasch vs Von Scheve, 1879
 
sudoplatov: "Bringing in the Scheve."
 
   Jun-30-17 Capablanca vs Marshall, 1913
 
sudoplatov: Who's Zukertort? Get me Zukertort? Get me a Zukertort typer? Who's Zukertort?
 
   Jun-30-17 Paulsen vs Morphy, 1857
 
sudoplatov: This later game twixt Marshall and Janowski exhibited the same motive. Janowski vs Marshall, 1912 Edo rates Janowski a bit better than Marshall over the 1900 to 1920 time frame. Marshall did have a fair lead in overall wins (38-28 with 19 draws). They seem to be playing and ...
 
   Jun-27-17 G Chandler vs E Gilliand, 1981 (replies)
 
sudoplatov: Pretty simple. Even I got it quickly. Black's king has little room so look for checks. A Knight on f6 means the King has to go to f8. Thus one looks at Bf6 and if gf6 then what? Qf6 and White is still down a piece; Nf6 then after Kf8 there are no checks (except on h7 and d7 which
 
   Jun-23-17 A Rabinovich vs Alekhine, 1918
 
sudoplatov: 4. d5 seems better than 4. Nc3.
 
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