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Kramsalov
Member since Aug-14-14
I began to play chess in my childhood with my father and my grandfathers. Once upon a time I began to write a game down to a copybook and analize it after. My first chess book was "Tournaments in New York 1924 and 1927" A.Alekhin. Once I played in tournaments between schools. II place. That time I played exceptionally 1.e2-e4 with white and answered 1..e7-e5 with black. When I moved to SPb I bagan to participate in tournaments constantly. I changed openings d2-d4 with white, Karo-Kann, Nimzo, Benoni, Indians, Sicilian Dragon, Paulsen, Chelyabinskiy... Today my rating is below 2000 but I hope to increase it.

   Kramsalov has kibitzed 16 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Jul-01-15 Breyer vs Tarrasch, 1914 (replies)
 
Kramsalov: It depends when Breyer Said that.. Manheim 1914 is early tournement for him. I think that Tarrasch simpy did not see 23.Qh3 and no possibility to take a bishop. Otherwise he would never play c6-c5-c4 which totally destroy position. 20.Qg4 then Qg6, Kh8, Rg8 looks not bad for ...
 
   Oct-22-14 Ulf Andersson vs Petrosian, 1973
 
Kramsalov: Especially strange draw that King indian defence has better reputation for white..
 
   Oct-22-14 Ulf Andersson vs Petrosian, 1971 (replies)
 
Kramsalov: Two the most peacefull players in chess. 25.Qc4 is equal to proposal of a draw.. Why not Qd4?
 
   Oct-09-14 Zukertort vs Anderssen, 1865
 
Kramsalov: Amazing! Having played 15.fe Zukertort had to see everything till 23.Qf6 at least otherwise he wouldn't sacrifice the bishop on e3!
 
   Oct-09-14 Anderssen vs Zukertort, 1865 (replies)
 
Kramsalov: Great game! Interesting that 11.Qg3 was not stimulated and it means that before 12..c6 Zukertort knew that he will play Qg8! Very beautyfull!
 
   Oct-09-14 Nimzowitsch vs Leonhardt, 1911
 
Kramsalov: This game was solved not in the opening.. Look at the position after 20 moves. It's definitely better for white due to ugly black bishop on d6 that has no moves. Instead of 21.Qd2 I would choose 21.h4
 
   Oct-09-14 Nimzowitsch vs A Rabinovich, 1911
 
Kramsalov: Very interesting game, but I do think that durnig a big part of this game a position was equal. The only problem of blacks was a weakness of e5 and f5 pawns.. but with good development, safe king and so on it's not enough to lose.. Vidmar is right I think: 26.. e3 27.Rf5 Qc3 ...
 
   Oct-04-14 C E A Dupre vs Anderssen, 1875
 
Kramsalov: We do not know C E A Dupre, but look at this game... He played by Nimzovich system. Rook on 7th line! 27.Rg7! to control the pawn. This is a positional approach!
 
   Oct-04-14 Anderssen vs J L Switzar, 1875 (replies)
 
Kramsalov: 34.Ne5 is a mistake, seems to me... All the game black had a better game and even before 34.Ne5 I think it's a draw after 34.B:c6
 
   Sep-30-14 Alekhine vs Teichmann, 1921
 
Kramsalov: Great game of Teichmann.. As for Alekhine, every chessplayer has a game when he had wanted only a draw, but had lost beacause of that)
 
   Sep-30-14 Alekhine vs Teichmann, 1921 (replies)
   Sep-30-14 Teichmann vs Alekhine, 1921 (replies)
   Sep-30-14 Teichmann vs Alekhine, 1921
   Aug-15-14 Kasparov vs Khalifman, 1992 (replies)
   Aug-15-14 Kasparov vs Khalifman, 1991
   Aug-15-14 Khalifman vs Kasparov, 1988 (replies)
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