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   Gerenense has kibitzed 11 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Nov-17-17 Vachier-Lagrave vs Gelfand, 2017 (replies)
Gerenense: According to the page's engine 19...b5 is the losing move, and it makes sense since it seems that this move weakens some critical squares in the queenside. But the way MVL punishes this is almost perfect anyway
   Mar-19-13 Aronian vs Gelfand, 2013 (replies)
Gerenense: To add more fire to the Reti-Zukertort-English discussion, I should say that this opening may also appear after Caro-Kann's Panov move order, in fact it is classified as this in several databases, for instance:
   Sep-15-11 Grischuk vs Ivanchuk, 2011 (replies)
Gerenense: <sneaky pete: 32... Bxh1 is another way to prevent the mate on h7.> Anyone can refute this statement? it seems that Ivanchuk missed this simple winning move and collapsed after that...
   Jul-30-10 Damljanovic vs I Khamrakulov, 2001
Gerenense: Very interesting game. Black fails to punish white's rare 11.Qxb4 with 11...Ng4, taking off the board white´s dark squared bishop. Then neglects restraining white´s queenside expansion (15.b4) avoiding the theoretical 14...a5 with the dubious 14...b6?!. After that, white takes ...
   Jul-22-08 Areshchenko vs E Paehtz, 2008 (replies)
Gerenense: What's the tactical point of 23...e5? Can´t white simply take the e pawn with 24.dxe4? What am I missing?
   Jul-21-07 Zhaoqin Peng vs J Dworakowska, 2004
Gerenense: Another thing that this game shows is how difficult is for black to pass through this opening without the thematical break ...e6, a move which should have been done as early as in the 7th or 8th move, just before all the premature stuff in the queenside. Of course, once the bishop
   Jul-21-07 J Parker vs Hebden, 2006
Gerenense: I didn't check it out with the computer, but 26.Qg3 seems a far stronger move than the recover of the exchange for some positional reasons: 1. Activates the queen, supporting the d6 advance and pining the Bg7, helping to attack the black king. 2. Frees the Rf1 with extra threats ...
   Jul-19-07 Nimzowitsch vs Salwe, 1911 (replies)
Gerenense: <patzer2> 8...Qc7 seems also good, with the idea of encircling the advanced e-pawn with further ...Nge7-g6. Another advantage of this move is that allows the black bishop to retire to b6 after a hypothetical b4 by white.
   Jul-19-07 J McConnell vs Morphy, 1850 (replies)
Gerenense: 9...Rc8, sorry!
   Jul-18-07 Staunton vs Saint Amant, 1843 (replies)
Gerenense: Being all that true, it seems that white could have avoided a lot of unnecesary complications by just playing 20.Nf3. Although I agree that 21.h3?? is the losing move, 20.Qd3? just gives black tactical chances. Sometimes is better not to revisit the classics if you dont want to ...
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