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tigreton
Member since Mar-01-16 · Last seen Dec-13-18
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   tigreton has kibitzed 216 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-02-18 Adams vs A Gupta, 2018
 
tigreton: Great endgame technique. It's not about the extra pawn, it's about space advantage, weak points and king incurssions. And zugzwang! I like 48. c5, which makes possible the route Kb4-a5-b6.
 
   Nov-21-18 Smyslov vs Korchnoi, 1975 (replies)
 
tigreton: Beautiful game. I like the manoeuvre 29. Qe3 followed by Qe5, to redeploy these pieces along the diagonal, making the Queen's invasión decisive.
 
   Nov-19-18 Zsuzsa Polgar vs S Gross, 1987
 
tigreton: Great game, taking advantage of the weakened long diagonal.
 
   Nov-09-18 Caruana vs Carlsen, 2018 (replies)
 
tigreton: The knight on h5 doesn't look very healthy, but along with pawn g4 stops Black's attack on the kingside.
 
   Oct-31-18 V Liublinsky vs Smyslov, 1945
 
tigreton: It was not difficult for Smyslov to draw this rook endgame. An instructive example of how the defender must play.
 
   Oct-29-18 Pier Paolo Pedrini vs D J Ledger, 2008 (replies)
 
tigreton: The whole game is really impressive.
 
   Oct-24-18 Smyslov vs E Zagorjansky, 1945
 
tigreton: One of the best attacking games from Smyslov, I really like the agressive moves 18. c6 and 20. b5, not so easy to spot the winning continuations.
 
   Oct-16-18 F Manca vs Adams, 1988
 
tigreton: As many times, Adams calmly arrives just in time to hold his position (see 21 ... Nf6, 43 ... Rxg2), but enough to keep the edge.
 
   Sep-21-18 Adams vs H Westerinen, 1988
 
tigreton: It's also worth noting how Adams breaks Black's structure on the queenside (weakened after ... a5), with moves such as Qe2-d1, a4, Ba4-b5. Both c4 and a5 pawns would eventually fall. After 32. ... Qxd7, 33. Qc7 would also work.
 
   Sep-19-18 Adams vs J C Pigott, 1988
 
tigreton: Nice queen trapping, not easy to foresee, on c4 it apparently had enough space.
 
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