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TheDestruktor
Member since Jun-14-04 · Last seen Jul-19-15
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   TheDestruktor has kibitzed 650 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-11-10 Topalov vs Anand, 2010 (replies)
 
TheDestruktor: <acirce: This is, of course, completely winning without any particular difficulties. Beats me why ..Kh7 would have been so much easier. Look at the chessok line. Both lines lead to clearly won endgames that will take some time to actually win but where the result isn't in ...
 
   May-09-10 Anand vs Topalov, 2010 (replies)
 
TheDestruktor: Not all 0:00 are created equal. Sometimes it is "nothing else to do, go home", and sometimes it is "OK for now, but miss one shot and you are dead".
 
   May-06-10 Anand vs Topalov, 2010 (replies)
 
TheDestruktor: Objectively, a won positon for white. But one bad move by a tired player on time trouble and......
 
   Feb-19-10 Topalov vs F Vallejo Pons, 2010 (replies)
 
TheDestruktor: In the heat of the battle, the six passed pawns reminded me of Tim Krabbe and chess records: http://www.xs4all.nl/~timkr/records... and click on the link "most passed pawns"
 
   Aug-06-09 Hort vs Petrosian, 1970 (replies)
 
TheDestruktor: 21.Nh5 and 22.Nf6+ looks like a killer idea. It turned out to be strategic suicide.
 
   Jul-21-09 Panno vs Larsen, 1971 (replies)
 
TheDestruktor: Man, what a game. No wonder there is almost no kibitzing for it today, even being a GOTD. Seems that no one knows what to say (including me). It will take a while for me to really understand this game.
 
   Jul-21-09 Beliavsky vs Bacrot, 1999 (replies)
 
TheDestruktor: <Once: Today's puzzle is a rare example of a double-defensive move. Normally, we see moves that double-attack - a fork, a skewer, a pin. Indeed, the tempting 17. Nxc6 is itself a double attack - it threatens both 18. Rd8# and 18. Qxb5. What most of us missed is that black ...
 
   Jul-20-09 Bologan vs Vaganian, 2006 (replies)
 
TheDestruktor: The attack after 12...Nxe2 was demolishing. I believe that the best defensive move for black here would be 12...Ndf5. It brings an extra piece to defense, while the white knight can't join the attack because it is needed to protect c3. It also reinforces the defense of g7, ...
 
   Jul-12-09 M Umansky vs The World, 2009 (replies)
 
TheDestruktor: Allow me to give my opinion about how the Team should play (which is the main topic of discussion now, even more than the game itself). Ribka 3 is strong. Damn strong. Period. It is very strong, but it CAN be improved upon. How? In a few years from now, Rybka 4 will be ...
 
   Jul-10-09 Smyslov vs Fischer, 1970 (replies)
 
TheDestruktor: Very poor opening play by Smyslov. After move 8, it already looked as if black had the advantage of the first move. After move 10, black had the initiative. And after move 13, white was already under pressure. Smyslov was even forced to play h4-h5, in order to develop his ...
 
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