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tigreton
Member since Mar-01-16 · Last seen Oct-19-18
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   tigreton has kibitzed 207 times to chessgames   [more...]
   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.
 
   Sep-17-18 Adams vs G Hernandez Guerrero, 1988
 
tigreton: Adams plays agressively and positionally at the same time.
 
   Sep-05-18 Ravinsky vs Smyslov, 1944 (replies)
 
tigreton: The surviving c-pawn will cause all kind of problems inside White's ranks. He will die, no doubt, but in the meantime the white pieces are completely disorganized, and black ones can invade one after another.
 
   Sep-05-18 Zsofia Polgar vs Smyslov, 2000
 
tigreton: 17 ... Nxf2! is an effective and inmediatte way to punish such a move as g4.
 
   Aug-28-18 Adams vs Flear, 1988
 
tigreton: This would be very dangerous because it would open the e-file, and White could prevent Black's castling, with moves such as 16. Qh5 or 16. Qg3 followed by Nf5 or Ng4.
 
   Aug-16-18 O de la Riva Aguado vs W So, 2016
 
tigreton: So himself indicated 45. Kg3 in the post-mortem, as the videos show.
 
   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.
 
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