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ALKINAN
Member since May-20-11 · Last seen Feb-07-23
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   ALKINAN has kibitzed 60 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-19-22 A Rabinovich vs Tartakower, 1911 (replies)
 
ALKINAN: 6 Bg5 The original source of this plan should apparently be considered the game A.Rabinovich – Tartakower (Carlsbad 1911), although we also habitually date its ‘chronology’ from the match Botvinnik – Flohr (Moscow/Leningrad 1933). In his commentary to one of the match games,
 
   Nov-01-22 Topalov vs Anand, 2010 (replies)
 
ALKINAN: Nice analysis here in Russian https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=veW...
 
   Oct-31-22 Suba vs J G Nicholson, 2001 (replies)
 
ALKINAN: in Givas book there is 40 ... h5 So it is logigal to play h3 , otherwhise 41 g4 is mate !
 
   Oct-22-22 Levenfish vs Botvinnik, 1937
 
ALKINAN: In 1937, Botvinnik was playing a match with Grigory Levenfish (1889-1961). In his adjourned 13th game, Botvinnik called the arbiter, Nikolai Grigoriev (1895-1938), saying that Botvinnik was going to resign his adjourned game. Grigoriev, one of the strongest endgame composers in the ...
 
   Jul-19-22 Kovalenko vs Fressinet, 2017
 
ALKINAN: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ii...
 
   Jul-16-22 I Bukavshin vs Naroditsky, 2007 (replies)
 
ALKINAN: After my opponent – Ivan Bukavshin, who would go on to become one of Russia’s strongest young grandmasters before tragically succumbing to a premature death in January 2016 – extended his hand in resignation, I could barely contain my excitement. From Kalinin Book.
 
   May-31-22 J Hawkins vs Kramnik, 2014
 
ALKINAN: Instead of playing another Catalan Opening, it had been decided to switch to attacking Topalov’s Nimzo-Indian Defence, as in most lines the team had found interesting ideas. The only problem was the Karpov System, a real roadblock, so Kasimdzhanov asked Kramnik for advice. He ...
 
   May-31-22 Gelfand vs Polgar, 1998
 
ALKINAN: Instead of playing another Catalan Opening, it had been decided to switch to attacking Topalov’s Nimzo-Indian Defence, as in most lines the team had found interesting ideas. The only problem was the Karpov System, a real roadblock, so Kasimdzhanov asked Kramnik for advice. He ...
 
   May-30-22 Tartakower vs R Frentz, 1933
 
ALKINAN: Mystrious Move 33 Rb7 , why not Rc7 ?
 
   Feb-07-22 G Rechlis vs Anand, 1984 (replies)
 
ALKINAN: Anand impressed in Baguio by the lightning fast and effortless way in which he eliminated his opponents. After he had crushed the Bulgarian Kiril Ninov in 25 moves, a little group of players and seconds stood around talking about him. “You all think he is very good, don’t ...
 
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