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   Torodeboro has kibitzed 6 times to chessgames  
   Jan-31-21 Tal vs Lisitsin, 1956 (replies)
Torodeboro: uper thematic game with a kingwalk. Nowadays probably the Short-Timman game would also be included as a showcase that even in the middlegame a king could penetrate offensively and safely when the structure is closed and the player controls a colourcomplex. Today's game of Foreest
   Jan-14-21 Karpov vs Spassky, 1975 (replies)
Torodeboro: - Catalan opening where 10. Nxd5 after 9..Nd7 (blocking the queen on the-file) is well timed. It makes sure that black has to take with the pawn on d5 and gets no outpost. This timing is also a good thing to remember. The move 11. Rd1 is some nice prophylaxis and makes the ..c5
   Jan-13-21 Spassky vs Fischer, 1972 (replies)
Torodeboro: - A new form of 'weak pawns' is introduced, namely the pawns that block the way of their own pieces, in this case white's bishops, especially the light-squared bishop. The dark squared bishop's reach is limited by Fischer's pawns with which he created a strong dark squared pawn ...
   Jan-11-21 Fischer vs Petrosian, 1971 (replies)
Torodeboro: Chapter 3 - Weak Pawns Fischer - Petrosian - 1971 Buenos Aires - Candidates Match game 7 - Interesting setup against the Sicilian Kan. Placing the bishop on d3 and exchanging the knight on c6. After this the c6-d5-e6 triangle centre can be attacked with e4 (which was already ...
   Jan-08-21 Fischer vs O Gadia, 1960
Torodeboro: An outpost on d5 By pushing f5 white forces black to play e5. With that an outpost on d5 is created. To make optimal use of this Fischer firstly trades his darksquared bishop for the black knight on f6, secondly trading the light squared bishop pair via d5. After this a classics
   Jan-08-21 Botvinnik vs J H Donner, 1963
Torodeboro: The octopus knight-fields d3 and d6 are problaby the most famous outposts, besides the other quite common ones on f4 and f5. In this game Botwinnik showed that the one on c6/c3 could also be a big one. By supporting the c6-sqaure with the pawn on b5 and aiming with both his queen
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