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MordimerChess
Member since Dec-31-19 · Last seen Feb-26-20
- Youtube chess channel creator
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   MordimerChess has kibitzed 70 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-26-20 Rubinstein vs B Blumenfeld, 1906
 
MordimerChess: Actually if black plays 7...Nd7 they have pretty good position. It was played in '90s, two games, one won by black, one draw. Other moves, Be7 are very bad. Of course we have trap with poisoned pawn on b7. 6. Qxb7 Nb4 if 7. Na3 then white are gonna lose queen or minor piece ...
 
   Feb-25-20 Serper vs I Nikolaidis, 1993
 
MordimerChess: Definitely fun to watch but analysis gives headache :D Serper played his immortal game and sacrified literally ALL his pieces. And the game was pretty precise with no chances to save it. 21...Qb7 doesn't help 22. c6 Rxa1 23. cxb7 Rxf1+ 24. Kxf1 Bxb7 Of course white had to be ...
 
   Feb-25-20 Tata Steel Masters (2020)
 
MordimerChess: My first commentary of XXI century chess tournament. Tata Steel 2020 and my 22 chess games analyzed. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h2v... Enjoy!
 
   Feb-25-20 Cairns Cup (2020) (replies)
 
MordimerChess: I managed to record 7 videos of Cairns Cup 2020. Prague festival disrupted me a bit... but here you go: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?li... Enjoy :)
 
   Feb-25-20 Prague Chess Festival (Masters) (2020) (replies)
 
MordimerChess: Just in case if someone is interested of Prague Festival Masters commentary: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?li... Only 6 videos because I was disrupted by Cairns Cup :D I have no idea how I managed to record 22 videos of Tata Steel tournament, lol
 
   Feb-25-20 S Izbinsky vs Rubinstein, 1906
 
MordimerChess: Ruy Lopez and Rubinstein play interesting idea Ne8, with f5 continuation. Izbinsky reacts and forces g6 but it doesn't change the characted of the position. Emanuel Lasker commented this game in his magazine. In move 23...Qxd4+ was very tempting but Rubinstein didn't see it ...
 
   Feb-25-20 Vidmar vs Rubinstein, 1905
 
MordimerChess: Overall good tournament for Rubinstein. But this game was pretty unlucky for Rubinstein. From the other hand Duras blundered to Rubinstein as well :) And in this game: 23...Nf5!? 24.Ne4 Nfxd4 and black stands really good. Also later: 25...Nfxd4 26. Rab3 Nxb3 27. Bxa6 Rxd6 28. ...
 
   Feb-23-20 D Anton Guijarro vs A Firouzja, 2020
 
MordimerChess: What a crazy game! First Firouzja blundered the game and Anton didn't find quite intuitive exchange sacrifice (actually the material would be equal but position totally won). Then Firouzja blundered again. And Anton found the path to victory but did shortcut in f4 pawn attack
 
   Feb-22-20 J K Duda vs V S Gujrathi, 2020 (replies)
 
MordimerChess: Jan Krzysztof Duda said in interview that probably nobody could recover after such loss like Vidit in 8th round. And he proved that by playing O-O-O in his game against Hindu grandmaster. Gujrathi played too passive and lost without much fight. He had some little chances to ...
 
   Feb-21-20 V S Gujrathi vs Navara, 2020 (replies)
 
MordimerChess: Madness. I would call it Thriller -> Drama -> Tragedy. Three acts. The players in the interviews said that it's nearly impossible to recover after such a loss. The worst thing is that Vidit could sign the draw at least three times but he still kept pushing unting c5?? ...
 
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