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tigreton
Member since Mar-01-16 · Last seen Jan-22-18
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   tigreton has kibitzed 115 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-20-18 Smyslov vs Ragozin, 1939
 
tigreton: I think 21. cd5 opens lines for Black pieces, mainly the g1-a7 diagonal, where White's King is vulnerable. After 20. c4!, White should keep c4 under control, blockading the c5 pawn.
 
   Jan-20-18 S Belavenets vs Smyslov, 1939 (replies)
 
tigreton: This game shows another virtue of Smyslov, not so well know as others: resilience.
 
   Jan-18-18 Smyslov vs Konstantinopolsky, 1939
 
tigreton: Great Smyslov! We can learn a lot simply watching his games.
 
   Jan-18-18 V Danielian vs G Sargissian, 2004
 
tigreton: I think 36 ... Qf5 is mistaken, because then 39. Kf1 makes no sense (White could take the bishop). Probably 36 ... Qd5 is correct, in that case 39. Kxf2 would meet the reply 39 ... Qa2+ followed by Qxb1. At the same time, Black's queen must cover f3 and e4.
 
   Jan-15-18 Larsen vs Ulf Andersson, 1975
 
tigreton: An instructive queen endgame, 71. a6!
 
   Jan-13-18 Carlsen vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
 
tigreton: Fabiano is going to suffer for a long time. Small but long term advantages.
 
   Jan-12-18 E Inarkiev vs R Jumabayev, 2015
 
tigreton: Who would have said, in the position after 30 ... Ng6, that six moves later Black would be lost? This shows the effectiveness of a great plan, as Daniel Muñoz and Herminio Herraiz explain in their book The zugzwang method II.
 
   Dec-25-17 A Goganov vs A Ipatov, 2016
 
tigreton: A nice and neat victory. Daniel Muñoz and Herminio Herraiz, in "El método zugzwang 2", use this game to explain the importance of the center, its control with pawns supported by pieces, and the way to take advantage of it (22. f5 and 23. e5).
 
   Nov-14-17 Botvinnik vs Keres, 1952
 
tigreton: I like 29. Rc3, the rook couldn't be on a better square than that, in the open -and undisputed- file, and ready to attack from f3, g3 and h3.
 
   Nov-01-17 A Rudolf vs G Jones, 2017
 
tigreton: Intructive rook endgame, winning according to theory. White's King should be on the third rank (d3) to avoid the defense of the pawn with Re5.
 
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