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Member since Feb-27-09 · Last seen Jul-09-20
I'm 61y old chess player, live in BELO HORIZONTE, in the center of BRAZIL. I played chess early as 11y, was 5th in JR championship 75, won 2 university team championship as 4th board 1977/78, 2nd in classification of my state championship/1983, when abandonned chess for a long time, playing music. Now, I like to play against the CHESSMASTER game, and had won good games among several "simulated" masters by the computer, including FLOHR, SMYSLOV, RESHEVSKY, NIMZOVITCH and CAPABLANCA; sure is not easy to do it! Of course I spend much time, trying to win, go forth, go back; but the game has more resources than me, so I guess that is correct that I have a chance to go back some moves, as the computer can see everything on 10 moves ahead, or maybe more. It is like a study. My favorite players are RUBSTEIN, ALEKHINE(when sober), SMYSLOV, BOTWINNIK, LARSEN, FISCHER, POLUGAIEVSKY, KASPAROV and me, of course. I have a lot of bad results in competitions, as I had never time to really dedicate my self to won a championship, but I have some beautiful games, including those with computer, where I had played very good the endings. Sometimes, with little advantage, of course computer never give up, only when checkmate happens.
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   King.Arthur.Brazil has kibitzed 574 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-01-20 Stahlberg vs T Salo, 1956 (replies)
King.Arthur.Brazil: The Black position is so passive, that the advance 34.d5! gives white a position advantage which becomes materially true after 39.♖e5!. For example: 39...♕c8 40.♕g6 which threat 41.♖c8+ or 41.♗e4. This leads to forced 39...♕g8 and game ...
   Jun-06-20 D Andreikin vs S Sjugirov, 2012 (replies)
King.Arthur.Brazil: <chrisfalter> correct, but there is more: a)23...♘e7 24. ♕g5 (...♘f5 25.♗xf5 mate next), ♘g8 25. ♘xg8 ♖xg8 26. ♕h6# b)23...♘f4 24. ♕xf4 (...♗xe5 or ...Td8 25. ♕h6#), 24... ♔g7 25. ...
   May-22-20 Kamsky vs Short, 1994 (replies)
King.Arthur.Brazil: I found all the moves, beggining with the easy 23.d5!. However, invited by the "dificult", I supposed that White would continue the attack, with another sacrifice: 26. ♖xe4 (if 26...fxe4? 27.♕f7+ ♔h8 28.♗g7#), then 26...♗xe4 27. ♕f4 ...
   May-20-20 N Bakulin vs Bronstein, 1965
King.Arthur.Brazil: I propose a diferente sequence: 36. ♔g4 ♕xh3+ 37. ♔xh3 ♖h6+ 38. ♔g4 ♕h4+ 39. ♔f5 ♕xf4# or 38. ♔g2 ♗xf4 39. h4 g6+ 40. ♔h3 ♕h1# . Any way, a very beatiful game!
   May-14-20 Lanka vs Dvoirys, 1988 (replies)
King.Arthur.Brazil: I found the sequence: 30. ♘f5+ gxf5 then: A) 31. ♖d7+ ♗f7 32. ♘e6+ ♔g6 33. exf5+ ♔xf5 34. g4+ ♔e4 35. ♗d3+ ♔f3 36. ♕g3# If 33... ♔g8 or ♔h8, then 34.♕xh6 with three check-mates, ♕g7# ...
   May-13-20 Gligoric vs Z Vranesic, 1964
King.Arthur.Brazil: After 22...♕e4 23. f3 ♕f5 24. ♘e7+ black loses the ♕!
   May-13-20 Iskusnyh vs A Moskalenko, 2018 (replies)
King.Arthur.Brazil: I followed everybody, 32.♗xf6 is pretty obvious, however I imagined a different path to the game with 34...♕d8 35. ♕g6 ♗e7 36. ♖fe1 ♗f6 37. ♖e8 win the black ♕ too.
   May-07-20 Anand vs I B de Souza, 1984 (replies)
King.Arthur.Brazil: I guess this one is easy, since I found it quicky and directly, with no error! lgs.
   May-05-20 Yermolinsky vs Beliavsky, 1993 (replies)
King.Arthur.Brazil: I guess that the trap was already planted with 28...♗a6, leaving the ♙ e6 as a lure. I guess that Beliavsky hoped for the continuation 29. ♕xe6+ ♔h8 30. g3... White didn't remind that the Black combination starts with the next ♗xc4+, maybe ...
   May-02-20 T Ernst vs Kouatly, 1984 (replies)
King.Arthur.Brazil: <Chris: heavy load ♗h7>! Undoubtedly, Black has provided reasons for White kingside attack. Two pieces on the 8th rank, unconnected R, low space and development, ♕ outside of battle field and blocked in Q side. White has strong ♗ on d6, easy to ...
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