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Margetic D
Member since Feb-15-19 · Last seen May-02-23
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   Margetic D has kibitzed 42 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-02-23 Spassky vs Petrosian, 1969 (replies)
Margetic D: Once i played as black 8... e6, instead of 8..h6. 8. .. h6 further puts white in better development, in turn black gains two bishops. In this position two bishops are not relevant, time is more important. So i prefered in my praxis 8...e6. I would now not say 8..h6 is a big ...
   Apr-30-23 Nepomniachtchi vs Ding Liren, 2023 (replies)
Margetic D: Nerves, tension, lack of patience in the last game : 59. h5 was not to difficult to see, only for players of average strength. That Nepomniachtschi lost this tournament is for sure a huge schock for him. If all agmes are considered and analysed, he was slightly to modest better ,
   Apr-19-23 Nepomniachtchi vs Ding Liren, 2023 (replies)
Margetic D: Interessting game. Maybe 18.Ng4 instead of 18.Bg5 31.... h4 and particullary 32... Rd2 were for sure time pressure errors. Pitty for Ding, at the same time nice win for Nepomniachtschi.
   Dec-05-22 G F Anderson vs Alekhine, 1946
Margetic D: The last documented game of Alekhine. It was payed on 9.March 1946. 15 days before Alekhines death. There are reports, Alekhine analyzed a middle game for On 24 March 1946, the Reuters news agency reported the death of the world champion, who is still considered by many experts ...
   Dec-04-22 Michael Arwanitakis (replies)
Margetic D: <mazetas> His father is a Greek. I know him personally, we played since 1992 for the same chessclubin Graz (Styria/Austria) His name is indeed with a v instead of w: Michael Arvanitakis. Very nice person, very talanted chess player, had in his younger days an attacking play
   Jun-24-22 Radjabov vs Rapport, 2022 (replies)
Margetic D: Pitty for Radjabov,of course.I guess it was the time control (move 39), but it is still hard to believe that at such level the relatively easy win is missed. This was not the first time in this tournament. Rapport missed in totally winning position in Round 2 against Firouzja ...
   Jun-23-22 Nepomniachtchi vs Duda, 2022 (replies)
Margetic D: Very nice, impressive attack by Nepomniachtchi. At this point, Candidates 2022 tend more and more to be a battle between Nepomniachtchi and Caruana.Of course, it is still too early to make any serious predictions, but this is currently to expect. In both cases, if Carlsen was ...
   Jun-18-22 FIDE Candidates (2022) (replies)
Margetic D: <Messiah> the endgame was komplex, without any doubt, but in the winning position it was almost impossible to miss the win. All sources i checked, put it in similar words. On youtube link, there are even 2 nearly equal thoughts ("i m schocked", "not to believe"....) ...
   Feb-14-22 Alekhine vs Capablanca, 1938 (replies)
Margetic D: <Mathematicar: We all know that, overall, Capablanca was better player than Alekhine.> No. What we all know for sure, is that Alekhine defeated 1927 Capablaca in World Championship. What we also know , is that Capablanca congrated Alekhine in a letter. What i personally ...
   Jan-20-22 Reti vs Alekhine, 1925 (replies)
Margetic D: <ilhom84> it is imposible to compare 2 chess world champions which lived in totally different time. During time, chess theory is changing. Opening theory is nothing else, but practice of leading chess players, so it is always evolving. But still, if i should compare their ...
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