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WhoKeres
Member since Jan-10-03 · Last seen Nov-16-19
I have been playing for over 25 years. I was an OTB USCF expert and still an A player. I am a CM in correspondence chess. Keres is my favorite player, but my playing style is more like Botvinnik or Nimzovich, though I have far less ability than they did!
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   WhoKeres has kibitzed 141 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-17-19 Karjakin vs Mamedyarov, 2019 (replies)
 
WhoKeres: Karjakin should be ashamed! After white's 9th move he had a clear advantage: 2 bishops, ahead in development, and more space. 10. d5 just leads to a bunch of exchanges. Qd2 looks better to me. In any event, I can't imagine Shak holding this position against Tal, Fischer, or ...
 
   Jul-03-19 S Kosmo vs T Rydstrom, 2016
 
WhoKeres: Black missed a clear win with 31...Rxe2+, picking up two pieces for a rook. He ended up being lucky to draw.
 
   Jun-14-19 L Aronson vs Gurgenidze, 1957
 
WhoKeres: Great king hunt by Aronson showing how difficult it can be to defend with opposite colored bishops and an exposed king.
 
   Mar-25-19 Bisguier vs Reshevsky, 1970
 
WhoKeres: A pretty finish by Reshevsky after it appeared that Bisguier had finally equalized. Reshevsky still had a lot of tactical skill in 1970 and obtained a good result in Buenos Aires.
 
   Dec-31-18 Von Bardeleben vs Pillsbury, 1902 (replies)
 
WhoKeres: Great fight by both players, with a cute finish by Pillsbury!
 
   Aug-11-18 G Jones vs T Luther, 2006
 
WhoKeres: Jones must have been in time trouble as he has a clear advantage in the final position. The middle game tactical battle was sensational!
 
   Jun-01-18 Seidman vs Ragozin, 1945
 
WhoKeres: Nice technique from GM Ragozin. He utilized his good knight vs. Seidman's bad bishop and timed the breakthrough on f4 nicely. This game shows the difference in class between a GM and a strong national master.
 
   Feb-22-18 Breyer vs Janowski, 1913 (replies)
 
WhoKeres: Beautiful use of the bishop pair by one of the greatest masters of their use...Janowski!
 
   Dec-20-17 Kiril D Georgiev vs I R Ibragimov, 1998
 
WhoKeres: Excellent endgame technique and use of the initiative from the opening onward by GM Georgiev.
 
   Dec-07-17 AlphaZero vs Stockfish, 2017 (replies)
 
WhoKeres: It looks to me like the handicap of plying without an opening book hurt Stock fish in this game. There are a number of paths to equality on the black side of Steinitz's attack in the French defense hut Stockfish went astray early on. White's sacrifices and pawn play are impressive!
 
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