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   Chess4Him has kibitzed 9 times to chessgames  
   Jan-10-19 B Grachev vs Y Dembo, 2009
Chess4Him: A featured game in the book, Play The London System by Cyrus Lakdawala, p.139 (A typo in the game list in the back of the book puts the game on page 110). This may be considered the Grachev variation (9.dxc5!) as Silman describes in the book review: ...
   Jan-03-19 Ragozin vs Veresov, 1945 (replies)
Chess4Him: An incredible foresight after 23...Kxg7 for White to see a winning endgame. I was curious how play might have resumed rather then resigning so I tried the analysis feature. White was prepared to trade the Rooks for the Queen leading to an overwhelming pawn majority. 1) +2.39 (25 ...
   Dec-30-18 Blackburne vs J Schwarz, 1881 (replies)
Chess4Him: Another fine combination after 26.Qxf4!! The lesson is to "see" the mating net.
   Dec-30-18 Paulsen vs Morphy, 1857 (replies)
Chess4Him: A few good videos on this game and combinations! Including: This video also covers, "Why not 17.Qc2?" Another failed attempt!
   Oct-06-18 Kamsky vs Shankland, 2014 (replies)
Chess4Him: This game is featured in IM Eric Rosen's "Beat Good Players with the London/Games to Know by Heart" YouTube video put on by the Saint Louis Chess Club.
   Jun-11-18 Shirov vs Sakaev, 1986 (replies)
Chess4Him: The final blow when the Queen is lost to defend. An incredible board vision to finish this game.
   Dec-20-11 Zvjaginsev vs Khalifman, 2005 (replies)
Chess4Him: This fascinating game is about the move 2.Na3. A book by in The Grandmaster Repertoire series suggests that this move may be able to take care of "certain weaknesses". What weaknesses might Black's position offer White?
   Nov-27-10 Tal vs Lisitsin, 1956 (replies)
Chess4Him: In this game, Black moves their Rook over and exposes their a-pawn for capture (14...Rb8). Why not capture? Unless, you want to avoid opening a file to the Black King. But you still gain a pawn. Hmmm....
   Aug-21-10 V Isupov vs A Vaulin, 1991
Chess4Him: This is one of the featured games in the book, "Mastering The Najdorf". It is well annotated and demonstrates a solid win for black!
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