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   Kaputtnikov has kibitzed 61 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-24-08 Grand Slam Chess Final (2008) (replies)
Kaputtnikov: I agree with Suentus. In many games/sports there are methods like overtime, tie-break, penalty kicks to enforce that one party has at least one point more than the other. However, in chess there are material balances that just do not allow one party to win and therefore, a draw ...
   Jan-12-08 Stellwagen vs Krasenkow, 2008 (replies)
Kaputtnikov: This game should be discussed in any future Middle Game or Strategy book. Stellwagen exploits the often mentioned Kingside pawn majority in the Ruy Lopez like it was an Euwe Master vs. Amateur outing. However, this game was conducted at 2600+ GM level. Since it was “only” a ...
   Sep-29-07 J Graf vs Reshevsky, 1987 (replies)
Kaputtnikov: This is weird. Graf has a draw not more - and that only because of the bishop pawn in this kind of endgame. Can somebody shine some light on this?
   Sep-29-07 World Championship Tournament (2007) (replies)
Kaputtnikov: At least that is what his move suggests.
   Sep-15-07 Svidler vs Leko, 2007 (replies)
Kaputtnikov: How about 17... NF4? This should put an end to this variation.
   Sep-08-07 UK vs China Match (2007) (replies)
Kaputtnikov: After this round it is very clear that the UK cannot win this competition. The Chinese Players are way too mature. Even Adams and Short cannot crack them and all the English "second tier" (no offense) GMs are not up to snuff from a positional and technical point of view. Going ...
   Mar-24-07 16th Amber Tournament (Rapid) (2007) (replies)
Kaputtnikov: now it's over - all Kramnik
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