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   tigreton has kibitzed 173 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-16-18 Botvinnik vs Boleslavsky, 1941
tigreton: A great analisis of this game, in Spanish, in the video
   Apr-14-18 Kmoch vs Alekhine, 1927
tigreton: White could have offered more resistance with 29. Qe8+ Kh7 30. Qxd7, but then would have followed the nice 30 ... Qe4!, when the strong pawn on c3 (the idea is ...c2 and ...Bb2), combined with threats to the white king, would have been decisive. At the same time, the black queen ...
   Apr-09-18 Vitiugov vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
tigreton: Carlsen has just said White should have played 12 c3 to avoid such a horrible position
   Apr-07-18 Kasparov vs Sosonko, 1981
tigreton: 25. Rd6! is also terrific. At the end the white bishop is far stronger than any of the black rooks, due to the weakness of the light squares around the black king (well, and all over the board).
   Apr-06-18 Vitiugov vs M Vachier-Lagrave, 2018 (replies)
tigreton: But the knight gains in strenghth with pawns only on one side. White must push.
   Apr-06-18 Smyslov vs E Gereben, 1949
tigreton: Smyslov takes advantage of his lead in development to carry his pieces to the kingside, threatening the weakest point, h7. After that he destroys the main defender, the knight on f6, and his queen makes a visit to Black's king, who can't avoid all the mating threats, i.e., Rh1, and
   Apr-04-18 E Zagorjansky vs Smyslov, 1942
tigreton: It's intructive that Smyslov never placed a knight on the tempting e5 square. This could boost White's pawn majority in the kingside -and center- with f4-e4. Instead, he looked for the b4 square. But there the knight was far away from his king, and in the end Black survived ...
   Apr-04-18 A Rodriguez Cespedes vs Petrosian, 1978 (replies)
tigreton: A deserved draw by Amador. Once Petrosian solved the problem with his Queen's position, through the curious manoeuvre Qa5-h5-g4-d7, the game was drawn. I can see some similarity about this with the game Zagorjansky-Smyslov 1942, where Black didn't have either a good square for his ...
   Apr-04-18 Caruana vs Naiditsch, 2018 (replies)
tigreton: The knight on b2 not only does nothing, but it's also a willing victim to double attacks
   Apr-04-18 Kasparov vs Illescas Cordoba, 1992 (replies)
tigreton: Clearly, the first thing Kasparov looks at is a hunt of enemy's king, so it's not strange that he spotted 25. Nf6+ and, in view that it worked, he forgot about other possibilities. Personally, I prefer the move Kasparov made, it's much nicer.
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