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   SaitamaSeason2 has kibitzed 17 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-14-19 Nimzowitsch vs Tarrasch, 1914 (replies)
SaitamaSeason2: Well, it's still one of the two games that Tarrasch won against Nimzo, their lifetime encounter match was Nimzo 5 and Tarrasch 2
   Sep-11-19 Le Quang Liem vs Nepomniachtchi, 2008
SaitamaSeason2: [DIAGRAM] 62... b1=Q+!! What a shot!! It's like a book-puzzle-like game
   Aug-30-19 ChessBookForum chessforum (replies)
SaitamaSeason2: Does anyone know the books that have content only discussing about how to utilize an advantage in time (or tempo), space, and material, but please provide the link in PDF version for download?
   Aug-27-19 Pal C Benko (replies)
SaitamaSeason2: here is one of the news about his death . Very sad to hear about his death. RIP Pal Benko. A true gentleman.
   Jul-27-19 Bronstein vs Korchnoi, 1962 (replies)
SaitamaSeason2: 39. Rxh6+!! A poetic move by Bronstein.
   Jul-19-19 Fridman vs Kulaots, 2019
SaitamaSeason2: why didn't white taking the knight at move 18? Although the position is still safe for white anyway
   Jul-12-19 Petrosian vs Balashov, 1974
SaitamaSeason2: So often in Isolated Queen's Pawn positions, the critical square is not so much the isolated pawn itself, but rather the square in front of it.
   Jul-03-19 E Cohn vs Rubinstein, 1909 (replies)
SaitamaSeason2: <seneca16> As already pointed out above. But maybe I had an answer from your questions In the "Bent Larsen's Good Move Guide" this is said that: <The position was reached after an error of judgement by white 24.Rc1?? Rxc1 25.Kxc1. Rubinstein had foreseen that this ...
   Jun-30-19 V Green vs Steinitz, 1862
SaitamaSeason2: It was a typical of Steinitz playing Sicilian, at an early moment of the game he simplified position by occupying the center with pawns. I'm sure that move 18.h3 by white is weakened his king position, maybe 18.♘e2 instead of 18.h3 could make it him holds any longer. ...
   Jun-29-19 S Chanda vs Bacrot, 1993
SaitamaSeason2: During the opening looks like both players have an equal chances. But when both queens has been exchanged on the middlegame, this gives black a favourable ending with a pawn up. Note that on 28... ♖c8 black placing his rook without any worry, because white with only ...
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