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Jose Ortiz Elias
Member since Oct-03-11 · Last seen Oct-15-21
ICCF International Master since 2001.
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   Jose Ortiz Elias has kibitzed 48 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-06-21 Korchnoi vs Szabo, 1972 (replies)
 
Jose Ortiz Elias: This a perpetual check position. The white king cannot escape of the rook's checks. If 49. Rf8+, Ke7??, then: 50. Rf7+, Kd6; 51. c8N+, Kc5; 52. Rc7+, Kb5; 53. Bc4+, Ka4; 54. Nb6#.
 
   Dec-06-20 Mamedyarov vs Vachier-Lagrave, 2016
 
Jose Ortiz Elias: Totally unexpected ending!
 
   Jul-05-20 Hjartarson vs Hertneck, 1993
 
Jose Ortiz Elias: 13. ..., Kd8! A move from another planet!
 
   Jul-05-20 Dreev vs Bareev, 1994
 
Jose Ortiz Elias: Incredible blunder at the 41st move.
 
   Jul-05-20 I Rogers vs J M Hodgson, 1985 (replies)
 
Jose Ortiz Elias: 31. Be3!!, and 32. Bh6!!. Amazing moves!
 
   Jul-02-20 Polugaevsky vs E Torre, 1981
 
Jose Ortiz Elias: A truly magnificent game!
 
   Jun-19-20 Tseshkovsky vs M Dvoretzky, 1974
 
Jose Ortiz Elias: 23. ..., Rxb5 was too conservative. Black could play 23. ..., Bxd4!; 24. Rd1, e5; 25. e3, Rb6; and then Qb7+ with a better position.
 
   Jun-19-20 Alburt vs Tal, 1974
 
Jose Ortiz Elias: 33. ..., Nd5! A beautiful move to reach a balanced endgame.
 
   Jun-19-20 Balashov vs Kupreichik, 1974
 
Jose Ortiz Elias: 42. a5. "The adjourned position. The threatened Nb6 leads to the win of a second pawn so it would seem that the adjourned session should not last long. However, my analysis at home refuted this. In the resulting double knight ending there is a mass of finesses. In many ...
 
   Jun-19-20 K Grigorian vs Polugaevsky, 1974
 
Jose Ortiz Elias: 38. ..., Bf5 was the decisive mistake. Black's last chance was 38. ..., fg!; 39. Qa7+, Kg8; 40. Rf1, Bf5; and he's still on the game.
 
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