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zydeco
Member since Sep-22-11
New York City -- 2050 ELO

   zydeco has kibitzed 1764 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-11-18 Kholmov vs I Nei, 1963
 
zydeco: <Honza Cervenka> You're right as usual.
 
   Oct-27-18 Geller vs Lutikov, 1969 (replies)
 
zydeco: 33....Rh8 is necessary.
 
   Oct-27-18 Savon vs Geller, 1969
 
zydeco: Interesting game - and decisive for Geller's qualification for the Interzonal. Savon found an interesting combination with 21.Nxb5!? - he may have planned it as far back as 18.Ne4. I like how Geller inches forward with 28....Kh6 and 30....Nd5. 34.Rc7 is too confident - or, really, a ...
 
   Oct-27-18 Geller vs Gufeld, 1969
 
zydeco: When Gufeld was bad, he was really, really bad. Sweet of him to spot Geller a whole piece. (Gufeld is a bit like Donner in that he was a legitimate grandmaster who nevertheless managed to sometimes look like a complete patzer - assuming that he wasn't throwing his games on purpose.)
 
   Oct-27-18 Geller vs S Zhukhovitsky, 1969
 
zydeco: Geller was handed a few very easy points in this tournament. Black should just keep minor pieces on the board at move 43 and it's a draw.
 
   Oct-27-18 Geller vs Taimanov, 1969
 
zydeco: This is what a high-level game looks like. Very tense and creative all the way through.
 
   Oct-24-18 Taimanov vs Savon, 1969
 
zydeco: Part of Taimanovís burst of three wins to close out the tournament and secure qualification. This game is a bumpy ride. I donít understand 38.Re1 Kd8.
 
   Oct-23-18 I Platonov vs Tal, 1969
 
zydeco: Good for Platonov. 38.Rg6!! is really pretty.
 
   Oct-23-18 Taimanov vs I Platonov, 1969
 
zydeco: Very elegant game. I really like this opening line, which seems to have been worked out in this game.
 
   Oct-23-18 Furman vs Petrosian, 1969
 
zydeco: Petrosian controls e5 and the rest seems to take care of itself.
 
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