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Truthpirate
Member since May-25-10 · Last seen Dec-09-12
Juan Obregon. Mexico City. Fide Rating 2171

   Truthpirate has kibitzed 10 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-13-12 Tal vs M Sisniega, 1985 (replies)
 
Truthpirate: Yes, Sisniega did what he could after loosing the exchange, but compensation was insufficient. Tal qualified in that Interzonal held in Taxco Mexico, behind Timman, Nogueiras and Spraggett. The dutch also gave Sisniegaīs Sicilian a major beat: Timman vs M Sisniega, 1985
 
   May-09-12 Anand vs M Sisniega, 1987 (replies)
 
Truthpirate: Sisniega was the best Mexican player for a long time. I didnīt know he had beaten Anand once.
 
   Aug-29-11 Larsen vs Fischer, 1962 (replies)
 
Truthpirate: We don have the great Fischer to ask him that question anymore Jerseybob, but lets think that he found 6...Nd5! on the board, at the very moment he faced that position against Larsen.
 
   Apr-12-11 L Arias vs A Ramirez Alvarez, 2001
 
Truthpirate: Amazing game! White player did a very strong game for someone rated in the 2200īs range while Alejandro must had been like 11 or 12 years old at the time and showed impressive matureness. I liked 3... Kt-b6 as an option to the typical 3... Kt x c3
 
   Apr-11-11 B Byklum vs Carlsen, 2002 (replies)
 
Truthpirate: MR Furansowakun, black played 9... Be6 intentionally to provoke 10. d5 and that way bring the night to e5 and create more weaknesses in the already advanced white pawns. You have to keep in mind that white castle long and Carlsen was trying to provoke to later punish whiteīs ...
 
   Apr-07-11 Alburt vs K Spraggett, 1985 (replies)
 
Truthpirate: This was a very tense and interesting game. I was in the beautiful town of Taxco, Mexico, where it was played. Alburt was at the time the best US player while Spreggett most had been the best Canadian player at that time. I remember that the analysis after the game gave Alburt a
 
   Apr-05-11 A Bannik vs Korchnoi, 1954 (replies)
 
Truthpirate: I donīt think so, after trading bishops on G7 white can simply play 14. h3, I think blackīs queen is better on a5, why west a tempo?
 
   Apr-05-11 Averbakh vs R Fuchs, 1956
 
Truthpirate: Yes, if 16. Bxb2?? 17.Bd2 would trap the black Queen.
 
   Apr-04-11 Bareev vs Motylev, 2004
 
Truthpirate: Great defense by Bareev, he was a exchange up but totally against the ropes. Thatīs a way to find an endgame, must had been an exhausting game!
 
   Mar-20-11 Nakamura vs Joel Benjamin, 2006
 
Truthpirate: Seams that after 10.Qd2, instead of replying with 10...Bxf3, 10...Bb4 gives black better chances of counter play.
 
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