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N.O.F. NAJDORF
Member since Oct-04-14 · Last seen Nov-19-19
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   N.O.F. NAJDORF has kibitzed 146 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-10-19 Capablanca vs Spielmann, 1927
 
N.O.F. NAJDORF: I had seen this game before, but I have only just thought of the following variation: 19 ... Ra7 20 b6 Qxa5 21 bxa7 Qxa1 22 Rxa1 Nb6 23 Rb1 winning
 
   Nov-07-19 Capablanca vs H L Brooke, 1919 (replies)
 
N.O.F. NAJDORF: Well-spotted, Tomlinsky! Maybe it is not so strange that Capablanca missed the winning move the first time, as he often won with a stunning move after setting a trap into which his opponent would fall. That was what happened the second time.
 
   Nov-03-19 Fine vs Capablanca, 1938
 
N.O.F. NAJDORF: I have read that Capablanca suffered a heart attack during this tournament, although he did later die of a stroke.
 
   Nov-03-19 Capablanca vs M Czerniak, 1939
 
N.O.F. NAJDORF: Golombek seems eminently qualified to have annotated this game, as he also lost his queen to Capablanca earlier that year: Capablanca vs Golombek, 1939
 
   Nov-02-19 Karpov vs Spassky, 1974
 
N.O.F. NAJDORF: It is true that White can win the exchange, but after 23 Bc5 Qg5 24 Rd7 Nxc2 25 Rb1 Black has a pawn in compensation and after winning the exchange, White will no longer have a bishop to attack Black's king.
 
   Nov-01-19 Euwe vs Lasker, 1934
 
N.O.F. NAJDORF: Although White blundered, what else could he have done? Black was threatening 50 ... Nd3 Other possibilities are: 50 Qe7 Rh5+ 51 Kg1 Rd2 50 Rf1 e5 threatening 51 ... Rd2
 
   Oct-31-19 Capablanca vs Tartakower, 1924
 
N.O.F. NAJDORF: This game reminds me a little of: Fischer vs Petrosian, 1971
 
   Oct-25-19 Spielmann vs J Mieses, 1910
 
N.O.F. NAJDORF: 'Nov-22-11 nolanryan: this game was obviously staged' Obviously a Jewish conspiracy, as both grandmasters were Jewish and both fled Nazi Germany - Spielmann to Sweden and Mieses to England.
 
   Oct-22-19 Smyslov vs Bronstein, 1975
 
N.O.F. NAJDORF: I think Smyslov started to go wrong with his exchanges on moves 9 and 10. He released the tension in the centre, opened the d-file, opened a diagonal for Black's king's bishop, and as he didn't play a3, the black queen's knight was able to join in. The amazing thing is that ...
 
   Oct-16-19 Capablanca vs C A Wolff, 1915
 
N.O.F. NAJDORF: I've just seen the finish that prompted Capa to resign: 30 Rc1 Qe3, followed by 31 ... Qg3
 
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