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SlavAttack
Member since Jan-22-06 · Last seen Feb-23-06
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   SlavAttack has kibitzed 27 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-22-06 Morelia-Linares (2006) (replies)
 
SlavAttack: Topalov's mistake was 31. Rxf5 instead of Nxf5. Follow the game and see all the action around that N, while it is stuck. The R on the 3rd rank would have been invaluable. I don't know if 31. Nxf5 wins, but at least does not lose as quickly.
 
   Feb-22-06 Svidler vs Leko, 2006 (replies)
 
SlavAttack: Jim Bartle, I can't agree with you more: Brazil in 1982 and in 1986 played the most magnificent, spellbinding football one can dream of. They did not win the WC either time, of course. Now, Germany, on the other hand was a solid second in 82, 86, and first in 1990 with the kind ...
 
   Feb-22-06 Sicilian, Dragon, Yugoslav Attack (B75) (replies)
 
SlavAttack: <DeepBlade: > If you think this guys has a funny accent, you have not been to graduate school. :-) Thanks for the link!
 
   Feb-21-06 Veselin Topalov (replies)
 
SlavAttack: <notyetagm: <SlavAttack> It just makes me appreciate Kasparov's incredible 2851 rating that much more. Gazza was 100 points above 2751! That's almost unthinkable.> Exactly -- this (Kasparov's play) is the golden standart for domination. You play and you are expected ...
 
   Feb-16-06 Aeroflot Open (2006) (replies)
 
SlavAttack: <percyblakeney: Sasikiran has an easily won endgame> ???
 
   Jan-24-06 Gelfand vs I Sokolov, 2006 (replies)
 
SlavAttack: what if 27...nf6? would not that neutralize the attack while preserving the material advantage?
 
   Jan-22-06 Topalov vs Gelfand, 2006 (replies)
 
SlavAttack: <notsodeepthought: <vspatel: Topalov is extending this game because he wants to stay ahead of Anand.> The only way he'll stay ahead is if the tie-breaker is the total number of moves played.> You have no idea how correct you may be -- in Dortmund 2005 Topalov won a ...
 
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