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Member since Feb-27-09 · Last seen Jul-06-22
I'm 64y 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 gave up chess for a long time, playing music. I included some of this games as commentary in "my favorite games" for other games which are unimportant easy tieds. Today 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 RUBISTEIN, 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. I feel very glad to give some destiny for my games, although I doubt someone will have interest to see them. I made more than 770 kibitz, and maybe already reproduced more than 2200 games. I would like to play a real tournament. But I doubt so much about the chess play today, since anyone can use computer programs in cell-fone to find best moves, while your brain is boiling to do one single move. Maybe this will come to be the end of our noble sport. You are welcome to see my page, hope that you like. And for you all of Chess-games my eternal gratitude for let me being here during this good time. Thank you so much!
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   King.Arthur.Brazil has kibitzed 866 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-06-22 D Kryakvin vs Evgeni Kuligin, 2008
King.Arthur.Brazil: Sorry, the King (me, fellows) didn't find the answer which is simple 21.♕h6 and game over. When you see the line 21...dxe4 22. ♗xf6 ♗xf6 23. ♗xh7+ ♔h8 24. ♗g6+ ♔g8 25. ♕h7+ ♔f8 26. ♕xf7#. That's why Black ...
   Jul-05-22 Khmelnitsky vs Alburt, 1996 (replies)
King.Arthur.Brazil: ♕ sac with religious check-mate is easy. Black position is already bad after 21.fxe5, since simple moves like the text 21...♗f5? 22.fxe6 even ♗g6 23. ♗h6 ♗f7 24. ♕g5 ♖g8 25. ♗g7+ and mate next. Also, if 21...fxe5 22. ...
   Jul-03-22 E J Gausel vs S Briem, 1996 (replies)
King.Arthur.Brazil: Maybe the insane move must be the puzzle of the 16th move ♘xd5...
   Jun-30-22 O Ulvestad vs Ed. Lasker, 1947 (replies)
King.Arthur.Brazil: The King (me, naturally) followed with 29. ♖g4 ♘xg4 30. ♕h7+ ♔f8 31. ♕h8# or 9. ♖g4 ♖h8 30. ♖xg5+ ♗xg5 31. ♕xg5+ ♔f8 32. ♗a3+ ♔e8 33. ♗c6 wins the Black ♕. You know, I can't resist ...
   Jun-25-22 Spassky vs Kholmov, 1973
King.Arthur.Brazil: <Sarfati> Although it has little difference, I guess that my line is more strong (lgs): 42. ♗d5 ♕xd5 43. ♘e8+ ♔f8 44. ♕xd5 ♔xe8 45. ♕b5+ and it wins also the ♖...
   Jun-25-22 Timman vs V S Korensky, 1973
King.Arthur.Brazil: Nothing like lose the ♕... time troubles?
   Jun-24-22 Miroshnichenko vs A Turzo, 1999 (replies)
King.Arthur.Brazil: After the first trials 19. ♘f6+? ♗xf6 20. ♖xf6 ♗xd1..., {19.c5? Qxc5) and 19. ♘d5? cxd5 20. ♖xd5 ♗xh5... which leaded the King (me, of course) to no realm; occurred me 19.♖xd5 solely because after 19...♗xh5 20. ...
   Jun-21-22 Boleslavsky vs Flohr, 1947 (replies)
King.Arthur.Brazil: I finished 2nd in this Classification (1977), better than Classification (1975) when I was 3rd. However, due to obligations of second degree school, I never played the final part of none of this tournaments. I had to choice between Engineering course or become a Chess ...
   Jun-21-22 Andersson vs Kavalek, 1974
King.Arthur.Brazil: Black: Victor Omar Valenzuela (Mines Championship Classification, 1977) English Opening 1. c4 ♘f6 2. ♘c3 g6 3. g3 ♗g7 4. ♗g2 d6 5. d4 O-O 6. ♘f3 c5 7. O-O ♘c6 8. dxc5 dxc5 9. ♘a4 ♕c7 10. ♘xc5 ♖d8 11. ♘d2 ...
   Jun-21-22 Gipslis vs Uhlmann, 1963
King.Arthur.Brazil: White: Ricardo Jeha (Mines Championship Classification, 1977) French Defense -Exchange Variation (Same up to 3) 4. ♘c3 ♗f5 5. ♗f4 ♘f6 6. ♘f3 ♗b4 7. ♗d2 O-O 8. a3 ♗d6 9. ♗e2 c6 10. ♘h4 ♗c8 11. ♗d3 ...
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