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Art2000F
Member since Sep-01-20 · Last seen May-04-22
Retired amateur player ... looking to improve my game and have some fun ...

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   Art2000F has kibitzed 16 times to chessgames   [less...]
   May-01-22 Carlsen vs C Aarnes, 2001
 
Art2000F: This appears to be the first game Magnus played where he goes all out picking up material and castles late ...
 
   Mar-04-22 Fischer vs D Allan, 1964
 
Art2000F: Three brilliant moves in a row ... impressive ... 16. Bxd6!! cxd6 17. Rxe1!! Qf6? 18. Nc3!! [as per Stockfish via Chess.com]
 
   Dec-31-21 Carlsen vs Jostein Thorsen, 2000
 
Art2000F: Overall ~ Carlsen demonstrates the value of capturing the center and attacking with pawns, all with proper support from developed pieces ...
 
   Dec-30-21 W A Bills vs Mac Palmer, 1952
 
Art2000F: For analysis of this position, see: Playing the Queen's Gambit ~ A Grandmaster Guide, by Lars Schandorff, pages 226+
 
   Dec-30-21 J Sherwin vs R Brieger, 1953
 
Art2000F: For analysis of this position, see: Playing the Queen's Gambit ~ A Grandmaster Guide, by Lars Schandorff, pages 226+
 
   Feb-24-21 Nimzowitsch vs Von Scheve, 1907
 
Art2000F: Chess Praxis Game 3 ~ after move 26. Nf6 ~ "Compare the set-ups of both sides: White has 2 centre files, 2 centralized bishops and a monster of a knight, whilst the black pawns on c6 and e6 and the bishop on d7 are all hanging. Black has two knights making a diversionary attack and
 
   Dec-11-20 Spassky vs Fischer, 1992 (replies)
 
Art2000F: 19 ... Qb6 ! mobilizing black's Queen for the king side attack on the b file, supporting the b5 pawn, protecting black's Knight on the c file, attacking white's hanging Knight on e3, and shifting emphasis to the dark squared diagonals with room to run
 
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