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Peter62
Member since May-09-12 · Last seen Oct-12-13
Swedish master player rating about 2300.

   Peter62 has kibitzed 6 times to chessgames  
   May-10-12 F Olafsson vs Keres, 1959
 
Peter62: Olafsson has the upper hand after more precise playing in the opening. But starts playing planless with 13.Rad1 (Better 13.e3 followed by f4 according Gligoric/Ragozin), and ends up with a passive rock at f3 (26.Rf2 was better!). In move 32 the icelander blunders a pawn (32.Rh1 was ...
 
   May-10-12 Gligoric vs Petrosian, 1959 (replies)
 
Peter62: From move 37 (37.--,Ne4 was the logical move) Petrosian is going astray and misses moreover drawing possibilities in a pawn and knight vs knight ending lots of times, lastly chance he had, was that he should have taken 52.--,Kxh5 directly and moved his king back to first rank. This ...
 
   May-10-12 Benko vs Tal, 1959 (replies)
 
Peter62: vonKrolock suggests 19.h3 and indeed that is better after 19.--,Nxf3+ 20.exf3! Ne5 21.Qe2 and I would prefer Whites play. But Black can play tuffer with 19.--,Ne5! and then 20.Nxe5 dxe5! and now if 21.e3 e4 White tries the sacrifice 22.Nxe4 fxe4 23.Bxe4 Nf3+ /Nf5!? also refutes ...
 
   May-10-12 Keres vs Gligoric, 1959
 
Peter62: Gligoric is defending this ending with very good skill!
 
   May-10-12 Tal vs Fischer, 1959 (replies)
 
Peter62: Zugzwangovich puts a question about evaluation of this game; He asks if Fischer stands superiour in all four games at the 1959 candidate tournament? I deal first with this game and has one comment on one critical moment, that is the standing in the game after whites 32.Kh1, when ...
 
   May-10-12 F Olafsson vs Fischer, 1959 (replies)
 
Peter62: Plato discusses 14.--,Rxc3!? and actually it seems playable. I analysed after the noted line 15.bxc3 Nxe4 16.Bxe7 Qxe7 17.Nxe4 Bxe4 and tried 18.c4 for exchanging the poor pawns, but find that 18.--,Qg5! (18.--,Nb6 because of 19.Qe2!) gives black counterplay, i.e. 19.Rf2 (White ...
 
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