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   tigreton has kibitzed 198 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-13-18 Adams vs F Aschwanden, 1988
tigreton: After the exchange of bishops, Black can't defend the e6 pawn. The queen quickly takes advantage of the weakened light squares.
   Aug-12-18 Fishbein vs Adams, 1987
tigreton: This game really deserves deep study as a way to understand rook endgames.
   Aug-12-18 A Dunnington vs Adams, 1987
tigreton: This time the breaking move is ... g5, similar to the move ... b5 Adams played in other games.
   Aug-12-18 C McNab vs Adams, 1987
tigreton: I also like 9 ... b5 by Adams. You can see this move in many of his games at that time.
   Aug-11-18 Adams vs N Carton, 1987 (replies)
tigreton: 28. Nd2 is better than 28. Ra1, at least from a practical point of view, being a rook or a knight up doesn't really matter in this position, more important is to control e4 and the rest of light squares, from now on white light square bishop would be a monster.
   Aug-08-18 Spassky vs Petrosian, 1966
tigreton: The correct move order is 13. Bg3 g5 14. b4, as exposed in Python Strategy, game 75.
   Aug-08-18 Adams vs J Pelaez, 1987
tigreton: Note also how strong white pieces are, specially the pair of bishops, controling a lot squares on the queenside, where the pawns could easily have advanced. That was not even necessary. Black pieces were only mere targets and quickly collapsed.
   Jul-26-18 V Y Gurevich vs Adams, 2018
tigreton: As every game from Adams
   Jul-16-18 Adams vs A Muir, 1984
tigreton: Adams shows the importance of piece activity in a middlegame without queens. He achieves better development, and puts pressure on the black king and the weakness on a7. I like the lift Rd1-d4-a4-a6.
   Jul-02-18 Karjakin vs Aronian, 2017 (replies)
tigreton: The star of this game no doubt is the restless black knight. He travelled all around the board creating all kind of threats, from b8 to h3 (via a5), and back to d7 (via d2), and finally to g5 to help promote the pawn. Bravo!
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