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rodrigochaves
Member since Feb-03-04 · Last seen Feb-07-16
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   rodrigochaves has kibitzed 60 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-07-16 Schlechter vs Lasker, 1910
 
rodrigochaves: and <Honza Cervenka> in your line, after: 58.h5 Rc3+ 59. Kg2 f4! What's the way after 60. Ra5+ ? if 60... Kf6 61.gxf6 and White have two paws and if 60... Ke4 61. Ra4+ Kf5 62. Rxf4+ and white is better, isn't it?
 
   Jan-25-16 Eljanov vs Carlsen, 2016 (replies)
 
rodrigochaves: http://en.chessbase.com/post/tata-s...
 
   Jan-11-16 G Milos vs Morozevich, 2000
 
rodrigochaves: Ops, I mean 28. Bxd1 for black gaing an exchange, why not?
 
   Apr-23-15 Morozevich vs V Fedoseev, 2014
 
rodrigochaves: http://en.chessbase.com/post/the-nu...
 
   Nov-20-13 Carlsen vs P H Nielsen, 2004 (replies)
 
rodrigochaves: "This kid will be great!!" I have posted it almost 10 years ago, and now Carlsen is close to winning the world championship. Nice to see that I have capacity to make chess predictions ;)
 
   Sep-24-13 Maroczy vs K Treybal, 1923
 
rodrigochaves: Nice draw! Is the sacrifice on e5 sound?
 
   Apr-13-13 T Gareev vs Shabalov, 2012
 
rodrigochaves: This game is anotted here: http://chessbase.com/Home/TabId/211...
 
   May-01-11 Balashov vs Bronstein, 1975 (replies)
 
rodrigochaves: This game remind me Fischer-Keres 1959. Fischer vs Keres, 1959 The tactical pattern (Ch6+ in view of explore a unprotected piece along the diagonal h3-c8). Its nice to see that every opening have your own patterns (strategical, tactical and positional). If won´t be like ...
 
   Oct-05-10 Kramnik vs Karjakin, 2004
 
rodrigochaves: I think 15. Bxd3 was a estrategic error. Why Karjakin gives the bishop pair.
 
   Nov-27-09 Judit Polgar vs Nisipeanu, 2009
 
rodrigochaves: Ialways be impressionate how clean and simple Judit style can be. This game is so logic and simple that anyone can understand. She is like the female version of Capablanca, upgraded with killers tacticals skills.
 
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