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tayer
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   tayer has kibitzed 154 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-31-09 Capablanca vs O Chajes, 1918 (replies)
 
tayer: This is the only victory of Capablanca in this database that has no comments. I liked how his king joined the attack.
 
   Aug-31-09 O Chajes vs Capablanca, 1915 (replies)
 
tayer: 30. Rf1. Big mistake.
 
   Aug-27-09 C Jaffe vs Marshall, 1909
 
tayer: 44 ... Rxc5 looks like a mistake (in a lost position) but is weird that Marshall make it.
 
   Aug-23-09 Gelfand vs Svidler, 2001
 
tayer: Starting with 84 e4, nothing makes sense. Why not, for example, 84 ... Bxe4? (maybe a draw but still), or 86. ... Bxb5? or 87. exd5? or 88. ... Bxe6? etc. And why the end position is a draw. Even if it was a blitz, the score should be wrong.
 
   Aug-23-09 Karpov vs Polugaevsky, 1992
 
tayer: Nice ending. Starting with move 15, they don't stop hitting each other until the end.
 
   Aug-22-09 Karpov vs Beliavsky, 1981 (replies)
 
tayer: In chesslab.com, this game continues: 34 ... Qe7 35 Qf5+ Kh8 36 Qxe5 d4 37 Qxc5 Qxe6 38 Qxd4 1-0
 
   Aug-19-09 Spielmann vs Rubinstein, 1911 (replies)
 
tayer: I think that zugzwang is a position where you rather don't have to move (i.e. the fact that you have to move makes things worse), so you would "pass" if you could. After 37 Rxg7+, if black "passes", then white plays 38. Qxg8++
 
   Aug-17-09 Schuster vs Carls, 1914 (replies)
 
tayer: Later Torre believed that he had found a salvation for white: 10 Qd2 Qxe5 11 dxe5 gxh2 12 O-O-O! (with decisive attack). But black can play: 11 ... gxf2+! 12 Ke2 Qxd2 13 Kxd2 fxg1:Q
 
   Jun-22-08 R Urbina vs R Frick, 2004
 
tayer: Very exiting middlegame tactics.
 
   Jun-01-08 Anand vs Ivanchuk, 1995 (replies)
 
tayer: Nice ending by Ivanchuk.
 
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