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   Capafan9 has kibitzed 85 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-02-05 King's Gambit Accepted, Cunningham (C35) (replies)
Capafan9: I prefer the reformed cunningham here. we have a player at my club who plays the kings gambit with a fair amount of sucess and i havent gotten a chance to play a line with him but im going to choose this one. The reformed puts a nf6 in before anything else. the main line goes 1 e4 ...
   Sep-02-05 Richter-Veresov Attack (D01) (replies)
Capafan9: Personally I have always liked the black side of this opening, and i do play the trompowski on a rare occasion. I really dont like the Nc3 move first because it blocks the c-pawn. In my opinion this is a worse form of the trompowski because whites options are far less numerous ...
   Aug-30-05 D Howell vs J Levitt, 2005 (replies)
Capafan9: Has to be one of the best of 2005. Great game :) Good for spectators too.
   Aug-22-05 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
Capafan9: i need someone to recommend a book for me please. I dont know if there is one out there like this but if anyone knows one id appreciate some help. I am looking for an endgame book full of common endgame positions and fortresses sort of like what the computer's tablebases are.(not ...
   Jul-21-05 C Bauer vs Carlsen, 2005 (replies)
Capafan9: <percyblakeney> 32 f3!? would have been a good move for the win 32. f3!? Nxd2 33. fxg4 Ne4 and white is up a clear exchange but black has shots at the h4 pawn as well as pestering checks at f2 so i think that would end up as a tough endgame for white to score the full point ...
   Jul-16-05 Tal vs Sviridov, 1969 (replies)
Capafan9: <> Tal played this game against a man named "Sviridov"
   Jul-15-05 Dortmund Sparkassen (2005) (replies)
Capafan9: Round 8 predictions: Van Wely - Topalov: 1/2-1/2 Leko - Sutovsky: 1-0 Adams - Svidler: 1/2-1/2 Naiditsch - Bacrot: 1-0 Kramnik - Nielsen: 1-0
   Jul-07-05 Chigorin vs J Mortimer, 1900 (replies)
Capafan9: This game was certainly very difficult to understand. The first move of many that made my jaw drop was 14 Ne5!. Letting black win the white queen for a rook and piece. Because if 15 Bxe2 Ne4+ wins. But i wonder if 12 ... Ne4+ would have served black better. Then 13. Bxe4 Rxe4 14. ...
   Jun-25-05 Adams vs Hydra, 2005 (replies)
Capafan9: sorry i meant Rg7*
   Mar-06-05 A Schneider vs M Dvoretzky, 1983 (replies)
Capafan9: <your brilliance> if 26..Rg1 then Nf4+ Kh2 Qf6 and if Rxg8 then Qxh4+ Kg1 Nh3+ 1)Kh1 Ng5+ Kg1 (Kg2 is same) Qg4+ Kf1 (Kh1 Qh3+ Kg1 Nf3 mate) Qh3+ Ke2 (otherwise Nf3 mate) Qd3 mate 2)Kh2 Ng5+ Kg1 (if Kg2 also mate quickly) Qg4+ and it becomes the same as the last line. But Rg1
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