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MindRotorVia
Member since Mar-23-06 · Last seen Nov-01-06
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   MindRotorVia has kibitzed 14 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Jun-27-06 Kramnik - Topalov World Championship Match (2006) (replies)
 
MindRotorVia: I think the same, that tournament to decide who is world champion is just ridiculous, the match is the thing i like.
 
   Jun-25-06 Keene vs W Andre, 1978
 
MindRotorVia: <KYENNY139> We have on the site also, a strong GM, Susan Polgar!!
 
   Jun-24-06 Ivanchuk vs Topalov, 1995 (replies)
 
MindRotorVia: Well, black seems better, and Ivanchuke has the reputation of resigning very early.
 
   Jun-24-06 Short vs Kasparov, 1993 (replies)
 
MindRotorVia: <says something for Kasparov that even this brilliant an attack was not enough for Nigel to win> i would have loved to see Short winning, is a really astonishing game.
 
   Jun-24-06 Peter Leko (replies)
 
MindRotorVia: <Was there something that triggered Leko's run of bad form> It seems (and i know this may sound stupid) that he simply lacks of motivation, and that he hasnt recovered yet, for having let go away his match in the last game with Kramnik. He also must change his bad ...
 
   Jun-24-06 Kharlov vs Kramnik, 1990 (replies)
 
MindRotorVia: Why focus on the short draws, instead of looking the nice games??
 
   Jun-22-06 Nimzowitsch vs Capablanca, 1914 (replies)
 
MindRotorVia: If white had instead played 15.f3 then the c6-pawn is still attacked and black can't immediately play 15...e6. He would have to have thought of another plan.
 
   Jun-22-06 Kasparov vs The World, 1999 (replies)
 
MindRotorVia: This ending is probably drawish according to books although the defence is very difficult, and against Kasparov there is almost no chances even by a strong player.
 
   Jun-22-06 Alekhine vs Capablanca, 1927 (replies)
 
MindRotorVia: Capablanca was by far the better of the two players. Alekhine was too chicken to give him a return match, just like Kramnik did with Kasparov.
 
   Jun-22-06 Capablanca vs J Baca Arus, 1912 (replies)
 
MindRotorVia: The strongest move is 22...e5(!), but White is easily winning in any case. If 22...d8 then 23.h8+ f7 24.g7+ e6 25.f8+ d6 26.a3+ If 22...g5 (or others) then 23.h8+ f7 24.e5+ e6 (24...xe5 25.xe5) 25.xa8, but also 23.f6+ followed by 24.d5 is interesting. A hidden gem from ...
 
   Jun-22-06 Capablanca vs Marshall, 1918 (replies)
   Mar-23-06 S Sery vs Z Vecsey, 1921 (replies)
   Mar-23-06 E Paoli vs Robatsch, 1955
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