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Laci
Member since Sep-14-05 · Last seen Nov-13-08
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   Laci has kibitzed 14 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-24-08 Leko vs Topalov, 2008 (replies)
 
Laci: <percyblakeney: If I got it right Topalov now has +4 -0 =6 in his ten latest games with black against Leko.> You are wrong. Based on games present in chessgames.com database Topalov beats Leko +3 -1 =6 with black pieces. The overall score is +13 -12 =30. However, according to ...
 
   Jul-01-07 Gelfand vs Leko, 2007 (replies)
 
Laci: Well, if I look at the position longer, after 58.Rf2 Re1 59.Bb1 Rd1 it is obvious that once giving up the first row now the white rook has to keep the second row to avoid further and greater problems. After 60.Re2 if I were Leko, I would definetely take the d-pawn not in order to get ...
 
   Mar-11-07 Leko vs Carlsen, 2007 (replies)
 
Laci: <notyetagm: Hard to believe that both players missed 40 xf7!, exploiting the <LATERAL PIN> of the Black d6-knight by the White f6-queen against the <UNDEFENDED> Black b6-queen along the 6th rank.> 40.Rxf7 would have been obviously an immediate win. Peter's mistake can
 
   Feb-16-07 L Petersen vs B Sorensen, 1873 (replies)
 
Laci: Fabulous? I do not know. I would not have put this game into the database. Black obviously could win just because of the inferior play of white. Who can explaine 12.Kd1? Why not the simple 12.dxe4? Then there is no more perspective for black. For instance 12. - Ff5 and then both Ng5 or
 
   Feb-16-07 Von Marlozan vs Prince Dadian, 1876 (replies)
 
Laci: I am devoted to Latvian Gambit but it seems to be quite obvious that this was a "created game", starting from 12.Qg7??. Why not the simple 12.O-O ? Then after 12.Qg7?? Nxc2+ 13.Kd1?? leads inevitably to checkmate or at least to the loss of the queen, while 13.Kf1 guarantees the draw ...
 
   Oct-06-05 Anand vs J Polgar, 2005 (replies)
 
Laci: <vinodp: I think Polgar may have blundered here. Rf4 seems dubious> It was just fine. 48.Qb6 Rg1: 49.Rg1: Qf8 50.qb5: Qf5:
 
   Oct-04-05 J Polgar vs Topalov, 2005 (replies)
 
Laci: I just went through some of the comments and I got horrified by Enlund40's remarks. Judit Polgar is Hungarian (Magyar in her mother tongue) and yes, she's Jewish. Her nationality is Hungarian and her religion is Jewish. If she really belives at all, but nobody cares about this aspect. ...
 
   Oct-04-05 J Polgar vs Morozevich, 2005
 
Laci: <ameekmalhotra345> <Karpova> 24.Ra7 was not an option, 24.b4! was just fine, and I agree with <csmath>, that after 30 moves Moro was lost. Black's Bd7-a4-c2 manoeuvre was a diperate and dubious attempt against white's initiative, but he was lucky, because Judit ...
 
   Sep-30-05 Leko vs Morozevich, 2005 (replies)
 
Laci: <alexandrovm>"Moro had some chances but Leko defended very well." What are you talking about? I just checked the game early morning, after I got up, but it seems that Morozevich's position was lost after the 30th move. 31.Qg4 was not bad, but 31.h5 Qxf6 32.Qd4 was even better. In
 
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