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Member since Aug-14-05 · Last seen Nov-29-11
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   ChiefNX has kibitzed 12 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Sep-13-05 Areshchenko vs Efimenko, 2005
ChiefNX: Black didn't really have a hope after 29.Re6 with his locked pawns.
   Sep-13-05 Bogoljubov vs Schuppler, 1949 (replies)
ChiefNX: 28.Bg1 can't be right, it exposes the king completely. Maybe Bogo thought he had a winning attack...
   Sep-13-05 G Welling vs H Bartels, 1995 (replies)
ChiefNX: What an odd opening...
   Aug-25-05 Spassky vs Korchnoi, 2005 (replies)
ChiefNX: Rc8 doesn't deflect white's power on the d-file but it does make it harder for white to clinch a win and with a few exchanges, white's position would look very ordinary. I like your idea of 24.Rxf6(!) gxf6 25.Bh6, the only route I can see out of it is to exchange queens and not ...
   Aug-25-05 Kasparov vs Timman, 1994 (replies)
ChiefNX: I can understand why Timman played it, but in the end, he probably should have left it all together. Maybe he was frustrated. The d-pawn looked like free material and on every move, Timman had a chance to capture it but each time there was a hidden catch that lead to a win for ...
   Aug-24-05 Morphy vs A Bottin, 1858 (replies)
ChiefNX: I'm sure a modern GM would not have played ...5.Nxf2 I think that maybe if Morphy was around now, he would have to adapt his game a little. I'm not sure if his 'in your face' style would hold up when playing against the top grandmasters today.
   Aug-22-05 C McNab vs L Day, 2005 (replies)
ChiefNX: Maybe it was a loss of concentration. Do IMs get that?
   Aug-15-05 Lasker vs Capablanca, 1935 (replies)
ChiefNX: Black can't make an offensive move without messing things up whilst white's queen dominates the board on g6. Eventually white's pawns would have won the game.
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