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agressivechess
Member since Jan-09-05 · Last seen Sep-09-06
i like chess a lot and am a great fan of bobby fischer and tal

   agressivechess has kibitzed 22 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-14-06 Tal vs T Zeids, 1952 (replies)
 
agressivechess: Is this the first time that Tal employs the Tolush-Geller gambit or was it named sometime after this game was played.I guess Spassky's discovery of 6.Qc2 was made after this game and definately looks more solid than 6.e5 but we are talking Tal here.
 
   Mar-09-06 Topalov vs Leko, 2006 (replies)
 
agressivechess: One thing that I don't understand is that although Topalov is a very versatile player playing both d4 and e4 and sometimes even c4,he has so rarely been tested while seated on the white side the French or the Caro Kann.This is quite astonishing since Anand plays the Caro Kann
 
   Mar-03-06 Viktor Korchnoi (replies)
 
agressivechess: I have a small question although the answer requires a lot of thought.I would like to ask that what was the main reason for Korchnoi playing so well in the World Championships in 1978 against Karpov and then getting totally nailed in 1982.Was it more Psychological or just the
 
   Mar-01-06 Botvinnik vs Ragozin, 1940 (replies)
 
agressivechess: I have a question for crafty and that is that after 43...-Nxe2 doesn't Black have the better of the endgame?
 
   Feb-27-06 Kasparov vs Wolff, 1988 (replies)
 
agressivechess: Something that is very ibteresting is that Mr wolff would later go on to become a sort of second to Anand at a point of time and also is credited with one of the variations in the Sicilian Dragon-Soltis variation which Kasparov used to defeat Anand in the World Championships ...
 
   Feb-15-06 P Atars vs H Tomson, 1973 (replies)
 
agressivechess: I have something to ask Crafty and that is after 12...-Bd6 13.Qc5-Qf1 14.Kxf1-b6 isn't 15.Nb5+ better? The reason for this is that I easily saw the Qxd6 line and analysed it quite well but after Nb5 I think the win is much more attractive and may be faster.The line goes ...
 
   Sep-17-05 Karpov vs Kasparov, 1988 (replies)
 
agressivechess: I have to ask something to open defence who told that 32.Nxc5 is strong but I would like to clarify what would happen after 32...-Qxd4+
 
   Sep-17-05 Nijboer vs Rublevsky, 2002 (replies)
 
agressivechess: you are wrong cuz after 34....-Kxg6 35.Qg5 mate.
 
   Sep-17-05 Reshevsky vs Botvinnik, 1948 (replies)
 
agressivechess: 26.Rbe1 fails because a great player like Botvinnik would have surely calculated that 26....-Rd1 27.Qb8 Be7 and now it would have to be Reshvesky to find the right alternative.I hope i'm right becuz iain't using no ...
 
   Sep-02-05 Wang Hao vs McShane, 2005 (replies)
 
agressivechess: If any one wants to know who this Wang Hao is? U must all know that he is currently A top Table Tennis Player and has played in the olimpics representing china.
 
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