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Violin sonata
Member since May-05-18
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   Violin sonata has kibitzed 42 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-21-19 Karpov vs Yusupov, 1983 (replies)
Violin sonata: < On Lawrence's comment from 16 years ago>.Actually, it's 15 years ago I always get into trouble every time i read all of that evaluation number, for instance, <30...Rb5 31.Rbc2 Rxc5 32.Rxc5 Ra7 33.Qb2 Qa4 34.Qb1 g5 = +0.40 (31 ply)>. Can anyone suggest me how to ...
   Apr-16-19 J Gustafsson vs T Duong, 2019 (replies)
Violin sonata: Thanks <whiteshark>, but I wonder why CG doesn't provide the tournament link
   Apr-05-19 Rudolf Spielmann (replies)
Violin sonata: There is one of the video analysis about his game in agadmator's chess channel on YouTube, with an interesting title "Before Tal and Nezhy, there was Rudolf Spielmann"
   Apr-03-19 Tarrasch vs M Kuerschner, 1889 (replies)
Violin sonata: Not often we seeing the games that are so beautiful like this but so less kibitz, with an unorthodox opening and played by Dr. Tarrasch. I had experience playing this type of opening but unlike this game, I did not open the h-file and push the pawn forward but instead my ...
   Mar-23-19 Shankland vs Xiong, 2019 (replies)
Violin sonata: Very Outstanding Move by jeffery xiong. In the first half of the game looks like he was already ahead in development
   Mar-23-19 Viktor Korchnoi (replies)
Violin sonata: Wow Viktor Korchnoi has the most number of games than any other player in the database, as far as i'm concerned
   Feb-22-19 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
Violin sonata: <I'm going to go out on a limb and say that the Beatles would have been a success without Ringo, too.> Well <HMM> according to this site , I bet you don't know much about music
   Feb-22-19 R Mamedov vs S Lomasov, 2019
Violin sonata: Nice positional maneuvering by white, I like the way Mamedov played his minor pieces, very instructive. Great game.
   Feb-22-19 Krogius vs Geller, 1960 (replies)
Violin sonata: Geller didn't see an exploitable pin, so he played 1... ♔-b8 and preparing to double ♖ along the c-file. All black pieces and pawns are defended adequately, but After 23. ♘xa5 ♕xa5 24. ♖-a3 the Black b-pawn is pinned to its queen. And the queen ...
   Feb-22-19 Korchnoi vs S Szabo, 1954 (replies)
Violin sonata: This game explain why you must develop your knights before develop your bishops, with a fluid center, you want knights out rather than bishops because knights can be more flexibly adapted to changed circumstances. Bishops, once developed, often get kicked around by enemy ...
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