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Chris1971
Member since Sep-16-12 · Last seen Jun-13-13
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   Chris1971 has kibitzed 11 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-31-12 Viktor Petrovich Moskalenko (replies)
 
Chris1971: Ths guy is a very good author as well. I have enjoyed three of his books and hope GM Moskalenko has more in the works.
 
   Dec-12-12 F Olafsson vs Fischer, 1958 (replies)
 
Chris1971: At the time of this game Fischer had been reading the classic work ‘Questions of Modern Chess Theory by Isaac Lipnitsky. The original edition of this work had an in depth look at the Ragozin Defense of the QGD. Fischer was influenced by this work for a short while hence he began ...
 
   Dec-12-12 Marshall vs Capablanca, 1918 (replies)
 
Chris1971: This game is incredibly instructive. The way Capa ties up Marshall is inspiring. A few innocuous pawn moves by Capa and white must give up material and shortly afterward the game.
 
   Dec-11-12 D Andric vs D Djaja, 1949 (replies)
 
Chris1971: A really nice game by white. Yet another of my personal favorites.
 
   Dec-10-12 Rubinstein vs Schlechter, 1912 (replies)
 
Chris1971: What a game by Rubinstein and yet against a player of Schlechter’s strength is testimony to Rubinstein’s ability. This is a personal favorite of mine. It is defiantly in my top 10 games ever played.
 
   Dec-05-12 E Zagorjansky vs P Romanovsky, 1943
 
Chris1971: Talk about vision! This game is like treading on thin ice! A combination that leaves black a rook down! Risky stuff indeed but Romanovsky sees very deep into the position and is able to pull off this fantastic win. My guts tell me that white must have something better...a game for
 
   Dec-05-12 Botvinnik vs Kan, 1931 (replies)
 
Chris1971: Who would guess that 10)Ba3 would create such havoc! Botvinnik 10 moves later still clings to this diagonal with the hard to find 20)Bc5 keeping mating threats very much alive. A very instructive game and a personal favorite.
 
   Oct-02-12 Paul Keres (replies)
 
Chris1971: Keres! My chess hero!
 
   Sep-24-12 Cecil John Seddon Purdy (replies)
 
Chris1971: Perhaps the greatest teacher the game has ever known.......
 
   Sep-24-12 Eugene Aleksandrovich Znosko-Borovsky (replies)
 
Chris1971: In my many years of playing there is none finer a writer than ZB. His teachings still hold true to this very day. If you are a class player take the time to study ZB's works.
 
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