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Member since Jun-30-05 · Last seen Oct-16-19
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   Brown has kibitzed 871 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-16-19 Lothar Schmid
Brown: Lets get Fischer off of Schmid's page.
   Oct-10-15 Bronstein vs F Winiwarter, 1967 (replies)
Brown: So many times on the Black side of the Ruy at least one of Black's Ns are misplaced. This is an extreme case.
   Oct-10-15 Botvinnik vs Bronstein, 1945
Brown: >Everett: 32..Bh6 threatens 33..Nxe4 34.fxe4 f3> This sequence could have been effective even after the R moves from c1, now that Bronstein put more pressure on the f-file with ..Qf7. For instance, If <34.Nxa5 then ..Nxe4 35.fxe4 f3 36.Qh3 Rxe4> sees Black with a lot of ...
   Sep-30-15 A Bokuchava vs Tal, 1970 (replies)
Brown: White staves off ...Rxc3 but cannot stop the havoc wrought by 22..d5!
   Sep-30-15 A Matanovic vs Szabo, 1952
Brown: 21..Re4!? is a nice resource as Black defends his d-pawn while claiming the light squares with his unopposed bishop. White is forced to sac the exchange back to blunt Black's activity.
   Sep-30-15 Geller vs V Eingorn, 1985
Brown: Look at all those pawns for the piece sac. <19.Bd2> may be worth a look. Interesting decision by Black to eschew the change to exchange DSBs on move 22.
   Mar-31-15 I Nepomniachtchi vs V S Gujrathi, 2015
Brown: 56.Rc5! changes the pace of the game a bit.
   Mar-31-15 M Kobalia vs I Nepomniachtchi, 2015 (replies)
Brown: Ba5 cant be feeling too good...
   Mar-28-15 Topalov vs Aronian, 2014 (replies)
Brown: Topalov vs Carlsen, 2014 An interesting, unsuccessful way of getting a KIA vs a classical double K-pawn opening.
   Mar-18-15 Anand vs P Nikolic, 1997
Brown: <perfidious> the game you site is the only game won by White after 10.h4 in the database, and when that move isn't played, Black is doing well. In any case, both 8..g6, ..Kf8 are playable. What may not be is ..Ne7, saccing the g- and h-pawns.
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