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Dream Warrior
Member since Jul-11-19 · Last seen Jul-29-22
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   Dream Warrior has kibitzed 23 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-16-22 Korchnoi vs Portisch, 1983
 
Dream Warrior: 56.Rh4! - very nice move. Idea is Rc1,Rc8,Rxf8 and Rh8X. So the Black had to attack f-pawn but a-pawn run away.
 
   Jul-04-22 Portisch vs Sax, 1984 (replies)
 
Dream Warrior: I think 40... Ba4 is a typo. Grandmaster Gyula Sax could not do such weak and nonsensical move. I am sure that in real he played 40...Bxa3 taking a piece. Lajos Portisch replied 41.Nxa5 attacking at once two bishops. But he missed very strong move 41... Cc5! with an idea 42.
 
   Apr-12-22 Kasparov vs Karpov, 1987
 
Dream Warrior: About final position: "In time pressure, Black significantly strengthened his position. They added a positional advantage to the material one. Powerful centralization allows them not to fear the exchange of queens, and avoiding the hopeless endgame for themselves, white ...
 
   Mar-28-22 Tukmakov vs Ehlvest, 1987
 
Dream Warrior: 29.Bf1! Nb8 30. Bd3 - would be much better for white. They would have a strong advantage. After this game , Tukmakov lost his leadership in the tournament.
 
   Mar-19-22 V Eingorn vs Beliavsky, 1987 (replies)
 
Dream Warrior: 31...Qxe3 and Qe2X checkmate could possible.
 
   Mar-19-22 Ivanchuk vs Kramnik, 1994
 
Dream Warrior: 15.Bd3! - was a very strong novelty that time.
 
   Nov-19-21 Tal vs Yusupov, 1988 (replies)
 
Dream Warrior: Now taking the king is prohibited. White must stop the clock and fix the impossible move
 
   Aug-31-21 Tal vs N Rashkovsky, 1977
 
Dream Warrior: What about 16.R:d7 ? I cannot belive that Mikhail Tal missed this move. It was impossible.
 
   Jul-04-21 G Oparin vs Morozevich, 2015
 
Dream Warrior: White use of the greate distance of the black pieces from the kingside. 25.B:e4!, 27.f3!
 
   May-09-21 Korchnoi vs Sax, 1991 (replies)
 
Dream Warrior: Nc3-a4-b2-d3-f2 - unusual and strong maneuver of the knight.
 
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