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Timwestlund
Member since May-11-20 · Last seen Aug-14-22
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   Timwestlund has kibitzed 12 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-01-22 Bluebaum vs Vitiugov, 2018 (replies)
 
Timwestlund: It's such a shame white resigned instead of allowing the smothered mate on the board.
 
   Feb-24-22 A W Fox vs Karper, 1900 (replies)
 
Timwestlund: 21.♕g6!! followed by ♖d5! must be one of the most beautifull combinations i've ever seen. Considering that white saw this, it is very strange that he did not see 17.♕g4. It's not like ♕g4 is a strange engine move, it's an obvious and decisive double ...
 
   Apr-10-21 Filip vs K Darga, 1961 (replies)
 
Timwestlund: <Shamot> after 37 ♖xb7 in your line, black plays 37...♕f3 with a double attack.
 
   Mar-29-21 McShane vs Koneru, 2003
 
Timwestlund: "strike me down" that's what that knight said multiple times in this game.
 
   Feb-16-21 Ivanchuk vs Kasparov, 1991 (replies)
 
Timwestlund: This shows how dangerous the moscow variation is. It might not have the same reputation as the main lines but, as this game shows, it does have some poison. A positional masterpiece by Ivanchuk.
 
   Feb-15-21 Stoltz vs Capablanca, 1928 (replies)
 
Timwestlund: I don't think the pun matches the game, but I understand how easy it was to think it does. His name is not "Gosta Holtz" it's "Gösta Holtz". The letter ö is pronounced approximately like the letter combination "eu" in french. As the chessgames admins probably don't have a ...
 
   Jan-07-21 Lau vs Kotronias, 1988
 
Timwestlund: "Man-Eating Monster" If you read the name of the player with the white pieces twice you will understand it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fN8...
 
   Dec-22-20 Dubov vs Karjakin, 2020 (replies)
 
Timwestlund: Dubov has to be sentenced to life imprisonment for this brutal murder. Karjakin did not stand a chance against Dubov's murderous play.
 
   Sep-22-20 Moun Moun Latt vs Aung Aung, 1999
 
Timwestlund: White probably resigned in wiew of 31.Kd1(31.Kb1 Rxb5#) Qa1 32. Ke2 Re8
 
   Sep-06-20 N Grandelius vs Shirov, 2018
 
Timwestlund: Great game by Grandelius. This is the best game i've seen live. This game was played in an open tournament and I was playing in the U1600 tournament. I was following this game when waiting for my opponent to move. My strongest memory from this game was seeing Shirov's reaction ...
 
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