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Gunnar Abelido
Member since Jan-05-04 · Last seen May-07-04
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   Gunnar Abelido has kibitzed 11 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-06-04 Shirov vs Morozevich, 2004 (replies)
 
Gunnar Abelido: explosive sacrifices by both players! 11. Ng5! by shirov, reminds me of the great mikhail tal.
 
   Feb-10-04 I Burovic vs Kramnik, 1991 (replies)
 
Gunnar Abelido: what explosive tactics and stunning lose for the young kramnik. Too many greedy queen moves.
 
   Feb-09-04 E Torre vs Karpov, 1984 (replies)
 
Gunnar Abelido: a fine win by el torre!
 
   Feb-08-04 Boleslavsky vs Kasparian, 1947 (replies)
 
Gunnar Abelido: Interesting game to see the most powerful piece on open board and three of them at the same time.
 
   Jan-26-04 Bareev vs Akopian, 2004 (replies)
 
Gunnar Abelido: Bareev's 9.g4 was a interesting novelty, anybody think its unsound?
 
   Jan-22-04 Tal vs Sodell, 1950 (replies)
 
Gunnar Abelido: perhaps tal was simply had a date with someone and knowing that he could win this game anytime.
 
   Jan-19-04 Grischuk vs Svidler, 2003 (replies)
 
Gunnar Abelido: WHAT an interesting novelty 11. Kd2! the king is a strong piece.
 
   Jan-19-04 Kramnik vs Zhong Zhang, 2004 (replies)
 
Gunnar Abelido: has anybody noticed white's dark colored bishop keeps on moving back to a1 and b2 like a pendulum.
 
   Jan-13-04 Shirov vs Zhong Zhang, 2004 (replies)
 
Gunnar Abelido: So far Zhang has been up to par with the field. I wonder how he goes up with top 2 & 3 of the world. Truly the chinese chessplayers are climbing the beanstock.
 
   Jan-12-04 Topalov vs I Sokolov, 2004 (replies)
 
Gunnar Abelido: after 24.Qxd8 Bd8 25.Re8+ Kh7 26. Rd8 g5 move like trapping the other rook with 27.Bb8 and 29. Nb6 looks attractive although black would be willing to give up the rook for a bishop or knight and exchange for white's queenside pawns. After 27.Bb8 Ra8 28. Nb6 Rb8 29. Rb8 Qd4 ...
 
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