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Inocencio
Member since Jul-11-18 · Last seen Sep-21-20
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   Inocencio has kibitzed 99 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-27-20 Furman vs Kholmov, 1963
 
Inocencio: Passed pawn is a terrorist. It creates havoc and devastation to its target. Once it entered seventh rank, it is very hard to stop from its inevitable promotion.
 
   Jul-26-20 Speelman vs A Greet, 2007
 
Inocencio: Andrew Great is a great player. He is a good author of chess books. He can kill giants!
 
   Jul-24-20 Dreev vs Anand, 1991
 
Inocencio: Admirable Anand! During his youthful age, Vishy was a combination of Karpov and Kasparov style of play. He played with solid strategy and if a situation arises, he can disposed you with a brutal force akin to a cobra. On top of that, he is the first Asian to become World Chess ...
 
   May-09-20 Duda vs Harikrishna, 2020
 
Inocencio: Endgame Masterpiece. Duda demonstrated his patience and perseverance in delivering the "Killing Me Softly" theme against Harikrishna. This is not easy game. Lessons can be learned from these two (2) grandmasters.
 
   May-05-20 Najdorf vs Geller, 1953 (replies)
 
Inocencio: Communism was the system of government during 1953. I do not believe that friendship between Petrosian and Geller was a factor in Geller's victory in this particular game. Communism does not value family ties. You could observe during those times that even son/daughter can be a ...
 
   Apr-27-20 Gelfand vs Dreev, 1993
 
Inocencio: Aleksey Dreev is a Master of Defense. On move 24 (Rg6) by black, the goal of Boris Gelfand to deliver a quick kill in the king side evaporated in the air, his dream of instant win became frustrating. In chess sometimes, it is better to give than to receive.
 
   Apr-27-20 Mamedyarov vs Kramnik, 2015
 
Inocencio: Tough Fight! Tough Attack/Tough Defense. Tough battle of ideas. When the going gets tough, the tough gets going. Mamedyarov is a very tough player, indeed. Kramnik is a strong player, hard to beat.
 
   Apr-21-20 Grischuk vs Shirov, 2002 (replies)
 
Inocencio: Passed pawns are criminals. They are game changer in chess. Shirov demonstrated the tsunami power of passed pawns.
 
   Apr-18-20 A Sokolov vs P Schlosser, 2001
 
Inocencio: Schlosser Winner! This is an instructive endgame masterpiece. Two minor pieces plus four pawns against a lovely Queen. Schlosser, not famous grandmaster against Sokolov - super grandmaster. Against All Odds - Against Covid-19!
 
   Mar-26-20 Caruana vs Vachier-Lagrave, 2020 (replies)
 
Inocencio: Its now or never. Faby must assert now his strength against MVL before its too late. If D4, MVL will play Gruenfeld. If E4, MVL will play Najdorf.
 
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