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Member since Dec-31-03 · Last seen Jul-26-17
I look at chess every day. The players of the past, Pillsbury, Morphy, and Rubinstein, have the strongest hold on my imagination.
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   tamar has kibitzed 10907 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-26-17 Ponomariov vs Leko, 2017 (replies)
tamar: <geeker> Ponomariov and Leko discuss this position at about 4:34:00 mark
   Jul-25-17 Marshall vs Capablanca, 1909 (replies)
tamar: <Howard: For the record, a reader asked in the January, 1979 issue of CL&R why Capa didn't play 25...Rxd4. The reason was....> He was Capablanca...
   Jul-25-17 Yifan Hou vs N Studer, 2017
tamar: Yifan made the nice exchange sacrifice, but cashed in too early with 37 Bxf4 and should have lost. The winning line is 37 Re5 Ng3 (37...Ra7 38 Rxf5 Rxf5 39 Bd6+! is the zwischenzug that keeps White winning) 38 Bd6+ Kg8 39 Rxh5 Nxh5 40 Bxc5 Ng7 41 Bb6 Ne6 42 c5 and the bishops are in ...
   Jul-22-17 Paul Morphy (replies)
tamar: The only doubt I have about Morphy succeeding in modern times is his competitive spirit. Once his ire was raised by a poor start, or a belittling comment by an opponent, he showed the ability to raise his game much like Carlsen does when a new rival appears. But the poor starts in ...
   Jul-21-17 V Fedoseev vs Nisipeanu, 2017 (replies)
tamar: Golden Treasury of Chess 25 h5!! to Gilded Trashcan of Chess 32 Qxe6? Still a fantastic conception by Fedoseev. 32 e4 would have capped it all, making Black exchange and giving White too many pawn threats.
   Jul-21-17 Jeremy Lim (replies)
tamar: OJ up for DOJ job once Sessions quits.
   Jul-21-17 Dortmund (2017) (replies)
tamar: Fedoseev trying to singlehandedly change Dortmund's boring reputation. 24 h4 [DIAGRAM] if 24...h6 25 h5!!
   Jul-19-17 M Bluebaum vs D Andreikin, 2017 (replies)
tamar: 87 Re6 let the win slip away. Fascinating how White can prevent g2 and walk King to either g4 or g1 in tablebase lines.
   Jul-19-17 D Lanni vs M R Katrein, 1979 (replies)
tamar: Change the spelling chesssgames:)
   Jul-19-17 Carlsen vs Kramnik, 2017
tamar: Kramnik was the Leningrad Bird, tall, slow white guy with game.
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