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Anthony1
Member since Jan-26-09 · Last seen Jul-12-16
I have been into chess for about one year with serious study. I would like to learn as much as I can!

   Anthony1 has kibitzed 8 times to chessgames  
   Mar-12-10 Fischer vs Filip, 1970 (replies)
 
Anthony1: 35 ... g5 was the death knell of a bad move. Filip was in a passive position the whole game especially after tucking his Queen away on e8 early in the game. Could he have equalized with 35 ... Rc1 and threatening mate in one?
 
   Nov-11-09 M Lange vs NN, 1855 (replies)
 
Anthony1: I'd go with 3...Qe7
 
   Oct-30-09 Fischer vs T Hartwell, 1964 (replies)
 
Anthony1: Crafty had the position at -3.44 until I informed it that Fischer was playing. Crafty apologized.
 
   Oct-25-09 T Palmer vs R Present, 1986 (replies)
 
Anthony1: @randomsac... lol, Qxc3 is a SOLID move :P
 
   Sep-29-09 Yifan Hou vs Short, 2008 (replies)
 
Anthony1: the main thing I learned is its a bad idea to be a greedy pig in the Ruy with 4...Nxe4 By move 9 all the lines are open for White with development lead and a safe king position. Meanwhile Black is constricted, doubled pawns and King in the center. That's a poisoned pawn for sure.
 
   Jul-28-09 Azmaiparashvili vs Topalov, 2003 (replies)
 
Anthony1: Topolov 24..c4 began appeared as a pawn sac but had a brilliant combination of pins and counter attacks that blew the game open. Absolutely brilliant forethought and a great position to launch his breakthrough.
 
   Jun-08-09 Fischer vs O'Kelly, 1970 (replies)
 
Anthony1: O'Kelly might have eked out a draw if he could have gotten Queens off the board. I'm curious what Fisher's final attack would have looked like if O'Kelly didn't flash his King.
 
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