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Member since Jan-26-06 · Last seen Apr-07-06
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   Fianchettino has kibitzed 4 times to chessgames  
   Feb-22-06 Kasparov vs Karpov, 1984 (replies)
Fianchettino: When Kasparov played 38. Bxb5, he still hoped to get half a point. But Karpov played like a machine, a style which was once attributed to Capablanca. 38 moves played in a most exact style show how a distant pawn can determine the game, and thus how thin the line must be where ...
   Feb-01-06 Fischer vs K Warner, 1955 (replies)
Fianchettino: When exchanging his knight for the bishop in the 20th move, white opened the A-row frivolously, speculating that with 26. Qh6 he would be the first who sets the oponent king under fire.But meanwhile, he had weakened his king-sides pawn structure, and it was just about a missing
   Jan-30-06 Reti vs Felix Fischer, 1923
Fianchettino: When Reti played a4 as his 27th move, did he see that Fischer will chase his King 10 moves later, but with no avail? Did he already see that far, that Fischer would not be able to defend his own King instead? It is easy to believe so, because every of Reti's moves is so clear ...
   Jan-27-06 Pachman vs Fischer, 1959 (replies)
Fianchettino: Just throwing pieces into the melting pot to start an hazardous attack is not always enough, even if you are the legendary Bobby Fischer. Pachman proves as too hard-bitten to let Fischer get away with this.
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