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   tigreton has kibitzed 93 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-23-17 Tal vs Z Milev, 1958
tigreton: A prove that Tal saw his pieces from a dynamic perspective is the move 16. Be3. He knew the pawn won't be on d4 for too long, and that the bishop won't actually close the e-file for the rook.
   May-04-17 Lputian vs V Malaniuk, 1987
tigreton: What a imaginative play by Lputian! 13. ef3 gains complete control over the centre with very active pieces. After that, tactical blows pour down constantly (Ng4, bc6, Bc6...). In the end, the Queen, the King and the f6-pawn cooperate to force either mate, either promotion. ...
   Apr-26-17 Petrosian vs Beliavsky, 1975
tigreton: It's nice to see how Petrosian's pieces are always protecting each other, to the last minute. Who of us would have played 40. g4 allowing the battery with Bb7 and Qf3? Petrosian feels no fears.
   Apr-25-17 Petrosian vs Simagin, 1956
tigreton: Petrosian ends up through tactics a nice positional game. The saving of the dark square bishop, 18. Bg1, was necessary to fight for c5. The way he gains e4 for his knight is very instructive.
   Apr-16-17 F Kuijpers vs Simagin, 1963
tigreton: A nice minority attack. Precise play by Simagin, who not only stops White's attack on the kingside, but also ends up being better there.
   Apr-15-17 Simagin vs Petrosian, 1956
tigreton: 17. h4! A surprising move, but according to Simagin, the only way to stop Black's attack on the kingside.
   Apr-11-17 Naiditsch vs C Bauer, 2011
tigreton: Amazing! After 12 ... Qd8! (the queen seeks his original square) Black is far behind in development, but his healthier structure and the firm control of the important d4 square give him the advantage
   Apr-10-17 Judit Polgar vs C Philippe, 2011
tigreton: I think 10 ... d5 is a positional mistake, because it leads to the closing of the center and provides White with a great outpost on d4, first for her Knight and later -nice manouvre- for her bishop.
   Apr-09-17 Salov vs V Raicevic, 1986
tigreton: A typical example of how to play against the h6 weakening move in short castling.
   Mar-31-17 Petrosian vs Balashov, 1977
tigreton: The rook endgame is really instructive, it shows how important is to place the rooks in active positions. Better than 26 ... Ra8 for Rf8 was 26 ... Ra6 for Rf6, defending f7 and at the same time putting pressure on f2.

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