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TigerPawns
Member since Jan-24-05 · Last seen May-13-09
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   TigerPawns has kibitzed 68 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-25-09 Polugaevsky vs Tal, 1969 (replies)
 
TigerPawns: 33.. Bc8 seems pretty bad, I think 33 ... Rc7 is much more stubborn. Or even better the slightly refined 33 ... Rc1+ Kh2 34 Rc7. Perhaps black can even hold?
 
   Nov-04-08 Kasparov vs Karpov, 1984 (replies)
 
TigerPawns: 56..g4 does look strange... what happens after Ra5+, I wonder?
 
   Oct-18-08 Svidler vs Khalifman, 1995
 
TigerPawns: wow. i played exactly the same game move for move on freechess.org! i had the black pieces and had never seen the a4-a5 idea before. my opponent was GMRainer who I suppose knew this drawing idea. there's nothing new under the sun!
 
   Oct-08-08 E Inarkiev vs Vitiugov, 2008 (replies)
 
TigerPawns: 39. g5 was no good. white would have kept rolling along after 39. Nxg2
 
   Sep-20-08 G Garcia Gonzalez vs Quinteros, 1982 (replies)
 
TigerPawns: I think the real star move of this game has been overlooked! It's 45. Kf1!, which threatens Nc5 by preventing Bg1. For example this is a nice line: 45.Kf1! Bg3 46.Nc5 I believe other moves only draw. For example 45.Nf2? ...
 
   Apr-15-08 Alekhine vs H Steiner, 1932 (replies)
 
TigerPawns: (b) 37...Qxd7 38.Qxg5+ Kf7 39.Rd1
 
   Sep-04-07 Tal vs W R Chandler, 1974 (replies)
 
TigerPawns: strange tal didn't play 16. Qh5+, which finishes things without the need for mind bending calculations.
 
   Apr-08-07 The King vs Rybka, 2006 (replies)
 
TigerPawns: <veryrusty> after 16. Nxa8 then 16... e4! leads to being able to sac the rf8 for the essential defending nf3
 
   Apr-05-07 Karpov vs Kasparov, 1993 (replies)
 
TigerPawns: at first i thought white just played badly bud with a little help from crafty i can now see that most of the strategically odd moves he made have unfortunate tactical reasons behind them...
 
   Mar-19-07 B Beffie vs W A T Schelfhout, 1915 (replies)
 
TigerPawns: looks like an internet blitz game
 
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