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DocNZ
Member since Oct-28-04 · Last seen Dec-25-17
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   DocNZ has kibitzed 12 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-04-06 Kramnik vs Deep Fritz, 2006 (replies)
 
DocNZ: Hello. Some questions for the strong players here. Is the move 11..e5 still in Fritz's book? Personally I hate the move as after the exchanges and getting to 16 c4 the white bishops are activated How about trying to lock the qside pawns to restrict mobility of the white bishobs by ...
 
   Jan-18-05 Kramnik vs Topalov, 2005 (replies)
 
DocNZ: I suspect <IMlday> is correct. 11...Ne5 is a novelty granted, but Im not convinced it deserves !! Im sure it was difficult to find an over-the-board refutation to a "home-cooked" ...Ne5. I'll wait to see where it is placed in the Chess Informant awards. 11...Ne5 does forces ...
 
   Jan-16-05 Judit Polgar vs Svidler, 2005 (replies)
 
DocNZ: Accepted 26...Bxa2?? but what what about 28...c5(?!) how about forcing a difficult B+B v R endgame with: 28...Re8 29.Bc5 Re6 30.Bf5 Re1+ 31.Kg2 Qf7 32.Rd6 Bd5 33.Rd5 Qd5 34.Qd5+ cd5 I dont think this position is an easy win for white.
 
   Jan-08-05 Short vs Beliavsky, 1992 (replies)
 
DocNZ: Poor Nigel. Been made to suffer the memory of this game twice in almost as many months. CBM102 pg6-7, Nigel talked about a blunder 121.Re6?? Short v Krasenkow (FIDE Wch KO (2.1) 21/6/04). Frederic Friedel then steers the report to the above game. Short describes this game as his most ...
 
   Jan-08-05 Karpov vs Zhang Pengxiang, 2001 (replies)
 
DocNZ: This was a 2 game KO format. Zhang held Karpov to a 2 game draw. Then followed a 2 game rapid tie break. Karpov lost this game on time. His flag fell while is was about to make is move is a drawn (maybe ) position. This must ...
 
   Jan-01-05 I Rogers vs B K Asanov, 1992
 
DocNZ: 14..Bxh3?? 22..Re5?? 23..f5?? A bad day at the office.
 
   Dec-28-04 Kasparov vs Karpov, 1986 (replies)
 
DocNZ: Timman analyses this game to a great depth in his latest book "Power Chess with Pieces" as a model game of good knight v bad bishop endgame, sometimes using Kasparov's own annotations from Chess Informant. Kasparov gives the text move 34...a4 a ? However well known is the variation:
 
   Dec-27-04 Romanishin vs Timman, 1985 (replies)
 
DocNZ: Timman annotates this educational game in his book "Power Chess with Pieces". He comments that 17..h6 "A useful little move in virtually all respects". After 20..Qe6 Timman writes "Here the purpose of Blacks 17th move is revealed:the edge has been taken off any white knight sortie to ...
 
   Nov-13-04 Alekhine vs K Treybal, 1925 (replies)
 
DocNZ: This game is referenced in Nimzowitsch "My System" - Passed Pawn. (21st century edition - 1991) Nimzowitsch gives the following variation as an illustration in keeping with the theme of the chapter after 29.d6!!: "The pawn intends to lay down its life in advancing (29.d6), and the ...
 
   Nov-06-04 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
DocNZ: <I sacrifice like Tal> Euwe = "You-ver" (Northern) or "You'va" (Southern/Swiss)
 
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