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vizir
Member since Dec-24-04 · Last seen Jun-04-08
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   vizir has kibitzed 106 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-30-08 Kamran G Shirazi (replies)
 
vizir: Hello I took lessons last year with Kamran. Analyzing with him very often looked like this : 1.he shows me the move he'd played 2.I laught 3.he asks me to play for the other side 4.I get mated Evaluating a position, he would always think "I am better" :-D ..Reminds me one of the ...
 
   Oct-18-07 Tal vs Koblents, 1960 (replies)
 
vizir: yes this was a training game for the coming match against botvinnik ! tal comments it in his great book TAL BOTVINNIK 1960, saying that black defendend perfectly and that he could have had the better ending at some point, but didn't go for this variation because he wanted to have fun ...
 
   Sep-10-07 G Chepukaitis vs Y Melnikova, 2001
 
vizir: total domination !
 
   Jul-31-07 Carlsen vs Pelletier, 2007 (replies)
 
vizir: black's still winning K goes to d2
 
   Jul-28-07 Saint Amant vs Staunton, 1843 (replies)
 
vizir: guys, 57...Kxa5 wasn't better due to 58. Rf5+ Ka4 (Ka6 or Kb6 is followed by Rf6 ) 59. Rf6 Nc7 60.Rc5 pretty good technique by Saint Amand, I like this game
 
   Jul-25-07 Euwe vs Flohr, 1932 (replies)
 
vizir: would make a nice puzzle 28...Qa5 29.b4 Qxa3 30.Nxd5+ and 31.Qxa3 or 28...Qd6 29.Qf6+ Ke8 30.Rg8+ xf8
 
   May-24-07 Tolush vs Botvinnik, 1944 (replies)
 
vizir: When playing his last move Tolush said : "It's maa-ate mr Botvinnik" and for ever the name of Tolush would sound as an insult to Botvinnik's ears. When Kasparov won in an acrobatic style in a world championship game against Karpov, Botvinnik was the only one unhappy and said "You ...
 
   May-05-07 Nakamura vs Karjakin, 2004 (replies)
 
vizir: <euripides> is totally right an better try might be 47...Kg6 hoping for 48.h4?? gxh4+ 49.Kxh4 Kh6 with a draw. Black reaches c8 in time. Indeed white was still wining with 48.Kf3! and the resulting position is winning for white (see euripides' comment), because the black pawn is
 
   Dec-27-06 Vaganian vs A Nguyen, 1996
 
vizir: ZUGZWANG ! :-)
 
   Dec-08-06 Furman vs Tal, 1959
 
vizir: maybe24...Qh4wasmoreaTal-likemove and 27...Rxb1 28.Rxb1Bxc3 29.Qxc3Rxf4 abettertrytogoforawin
 
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