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isemeria
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   isemeria has kibitzed 1345 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-28-14 I Sokolov vs Leko, 2013
 
isemeria: Great video! Showing both a theorethician and a practical player. I think Leko should make a series on positional play. Direct link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=etHU...
 
   Jul-28-14 The World vs Naiditsch, 2014 (replies)
 
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   Jul-27-14 Peter Leko
 
isemeria: In his game introduction to I Morovic vs Leko, 1994 , Evgeny Solozhenkin writes: <"... at age of 14, Peter Leko's knowledge of the modern chess theory and technique are much better than his evaluation of the dynamic positions. It would be more correct to say that Leko feels not ...
 
   Jul-27-14 I Sokolov vs Leko, 1994
 
isemeria: The endgame arising after 43.Ra1 (D) was a revelation to me. (Probably trivial for masters.) [DIAGRAM] White has a protected passed pawn on d5, and white will win black's a-pawn using his king and rook. Nevertheless, the position is winning for black. Leko demonstrates how to play ...
 
   Jul-26-14 Leko vs J Horvath, 1993
 
isemeria: 12...O-O-O? (12...Nxc3 13.Bxc6+ bxc6 14.bxc3 O-O Leko) 20.d5! effective and beautiful.
 
   Jul-25-14 Leko vs Winants, 1993
 
isemeria: 29...cxb4? giving away the d4 outpost (29...Nd4 was correct). Perhaps black misevaluated the position after 31...Nc5 (D), which seems nice with his N on c5. In reality white has the advantage. [DIAGRAM] Just speculation, of course ...
 
   Jul-25-14 Leko vs Kharlov, 1992
 
isemeria: Nice tactic by Leko in the end, after black's blunder 24...fxg5? (24...hxg5 was better but still very difficult for black.)
 
   Jul-22-14 Leko vs J Horvath, 1992
 
isemeria: According to Solozhenkin 17...b5?! and 30...a5? were unnecessary weakening of the black queen side pawns. Although it was the blunder 32...fxe6? which decided the game. "After 32...Qxc6 33.Bd5 Qd7 34.Qf3 White seems to be better, but the victory is still far away." (Solozhenkin) ...
 
   Jul-22-14 RandomVisitor chessforum (replies)
 
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   Jul-12-14 AylerKupp chessforum (replies)
 
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