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Member since Sep-02-07 · Last seen Jul-19-21
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   Freelix has kibitzed 10 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-20-11 A Kolev vs J Polgar, 1993 (replies)
Freelix: 21...Rxa3 is also a nice move. Even without calculating every variation, a R is well worth trading for B and pawn plus an exposed K. Here, Black has a winning attack, thanks to the crucial opening of the main diagonal with e4.
   Jul-03-09 Korchnoi vs Stefan Szabo, 1954 (replies)
Freelix: A faster way to win starts with the inventive 22 Qxc1!, planning 23 Rf4 to harass the exposed Qh4. Once the Q leaves the K-side, White's attack will become irresistible.
   May-05-09 Graham Morrison (replies)
Freelix: Graham just scored his first IM norm at the remarkable age of 50 years old, after scoring a 7/11 in the British National League.
   Feb-14-09 Daniel Abraham Yanofsky (replies)
Freelix: Hmm, it looks like Spraggett features a different Penrose-Yanofsky (1952) that is not in chessgames and is even more brilliant than the one I just linked.
   Feb-14-09 Ragozin vs Yanofsky, 1948
Freelix: 13...Qxd4! starts a brilliant defensive combination.
   May-25-08 Aleksander Delchev (replies)
Freelix: Delchev is a real virtuoso of the e6 Sicilian.
   Apr-09-08 Jacob Aagaard (replies)
Freelix: GM Aagaard wrote a well-received book on the Dutch Stonewall a few years back. Interestingly, he doesn't play this variation (or even the Dutch) in a single game in chessgames. Isn't this strange?
   Oct-08-07 Topalov vs Short, 1996 (replies)
Freelix: This game has a beautiful idea for Black in the Ruy Lopez. 7. ..., Bg4 after White's c3 is useful, and the whole Nd7-c5-e6-g5 maneuver is just gorgeous. Has this plan been refuted? Can anybody see anything promising for White?
   Sep-06-07 Khalifman vs Dreev, 1995 (replies)
Freelix: Was this a win on time forfeit?
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