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timothee3331
Member since Oct-14-09 · Last seen Nov-30-12
I'm a great lover of French-Russian champion Alexander Alekhine. I love his attacking play and I'm realizing every day how much i love chess as much as he did.
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   timothee3331 has kibitzed 112 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-11-12 Kings' Tournament (2012) (replies)
 
timothee3331: Most billionaires probably started with a worse position in life and yet made it to the top... Give them an equal chances and they beat the @#$% out of anybody
 
   Nov-05-12 Tiviakov vs Kasparov, 2001 (replies)
 
timothee3331: <we are trying to get a reasonable position and attacking chances without having to learn tons and tons> Sorry, isn't that the exact definition of cowards ?! Half kiddin' ;)
 
   Oct-03-12 Korchnoi vs Bastrikov, 1958
 
timothee3331: if 36...Rxh1 37. Rxf7 !! so beautiful !
 
   Oct-02-12 twinlark chessforum (replies)
 
timothee3331: Hi twinlark, a3 is the key in the Polgar Guseinov ending (after a5)
 
   Oct-02-12 Judit Polgar vs G Guseinov, 2011
 
timothee3331: White has to play a3, creating a weakness on b4 or if pawn takes, on a5. Sorry if I took so long, i wasn't on chessgames anymore :)
 
   May-23-12 J Nogueiras vs M Gongora Reyes, 2001 (replies)
 
timothee3331: And once you have your king on f2, Ng3 mate !
 
   Apr-15-11 A Luczak vs Fedorowicz, 1979 (replies)
 
timothee3331: Got it in 30 seconds and 1 more minute just to check
 
   Apr-09-11 Steinitz vs Von Bardeleben, 1895 (replies)
 
timothee3331: I just remembered that 16.Rad1! was considered nowadays as advantageous so maybe 15.Qe2!? is not that terrible. But I did not remember why so i moved the pieces. Ok!!! 16....Kf7? 17.Qc4+! Nd5? 18.Ne5+! fxe5 19.dxe5 Ke6 20.Qg4+! This is the point !
 
   Apr-06-11 Alekhine vs Capablanca, 1927 (replies)
 
timothee3331: <Honzo Cervenka> You are perfectly right, but unhappily nobody seems to know the truth. And we should add that when Alekhine tried to escape Europe at the beginning of WWII, he promised a rematch with Capablanca when he tried to apply for a Cuban visa/passport.
 
   Apr-05-11 Kramnik vs Shirov, 1994 (replies)
 
timothee3331: <rapidcitychess> LOLL !
 
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