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Margetic D
Member since Feb-15-19 · Last seen Apr-15-22
Informations and Highlights : Born 1975 in Croatia (Osijek). In January 1986 as Drazen was 10 years old,he became the youngest champion in younger pioneer class (Under-14) in Croatian chess history and keeps this record. Since 1991 Drazen lives in Austria and played in only 2 tournaments:in 1993 Schachfreunde Vereinsturnier (3rd place) and in 1995 Karl Wanger Gedenkturnier).

   Margetic D has kibitzed 33 times to chessgames   [more...]
   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 ...
   Jan-19-22 Carlsen vs Giri, 2022 (replies)
Margetic D: Brillant game by Carlsen, no doubt at all. I am in agreement with 15...Nb6 looks quite well for black. Although i m not Catalan player at all (i only learned it in my past with a professional instructor, but never played in tournaments-only in blitz), i also dont think 9.a4 will ...
   Dec-13-21 Kramnik vs Kasparov, 1994 (replies)
Margetic D: Margetic D: Brillant game, but worth to mention it was a blitz game. Enigma, if Kasparov were ready to play it in a normal 2 hours plus 1 hour game. Kramnik was probably mentally brocked or blocked. 15. f3, f5, 16. Bd1 (maybe also 16. Nb1 as an alternative way to defend), Re8 ...
   Dec-07-21 Nepomniachtchi vs Carlsen, 2021 (replies)
Margetic D: Dear <chesslearning> , <I've never played in a chess tournament. So I don't know how it works. Can players always adjust pieces like this? If so, why did commentators make such a deal about it? > It is the so called touch-move rule, very common. A player who wants to ...
   Dec-05-21 Carlsen - Nepomniachtchi World Championship Match (2021) (replies)
Margetic D: My subjective opinion is that Nepomniachtschi might right now not control over his emotions and wishes. Of course he is trying to win and avoid remis (draw), but remis is better than lost game. 9... h5 is provocative move, but most of chass players agreed it was not a bad idea. I
   Dec-03-21 Carlsen vs Nepomniachtchi, 2021 (replies)
Margetic D: Nive game, most the time with quite equally chances, i m still not sure where Nepomniachtchi could play stronger, he had quite active position in the phase midle game to end game. But in the end game i considered the acitve move 83. ... Kf5 , instead of Kh7 as stronger. Of ...
   Oct-31-21 Alekhine vs Keres, 1942 (replies)
Margetic D: " Well put. I don't believe Alekhine was anti-semitic. He had too many Jewish friends and a jewish wife; and besides, the evidence just doesn't add up, something's definitely fishy there" <morfishine> i agree with you. My grand parent relatives knew the family Alekhine ...
   Oct-28-21 Giri vs Carlsen, 2021 (replies)
Margetic D: Nice game, without any doubt. I m not even feel very well to comment such great players, i was never abowe MK levels (2255 as i was 30 years younger...), but i wanted to share with you all that i would not like to be black after 10.Qd3 (instead of 10.Nd2, which Giri choosed. I ...
   Jun-05-21 Radjabov vs Nepomniachtchi, 2021
Margetic D: a further nice game..... i hope next Candidates will offer the chess world more beautiful games than Candidates 2020/21.
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