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Member since Jul-31-07 · Last seen May-17-12
I'm the assistant coach of the China's Olympic and national chess team for children :-) I'm staying in JiangMen City, GuangDong.
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   amntony has kibitzed 34 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Sep-29-07 Anand vs Leko, 2007 (replies)
amntony: I dare say, as an assistant coach for the China Olympic and national kids' team, good luck to this game for you, especially for Anand :-)
   Sep-28-07 Byvshev vs Simagin, 1952 (replies)
amntony: A good game by Simagin on the Breyer's Variation :-)
   Sep-22-07 Rauzer vs Chekhover, 1936
amntony: Another good example of the principle of Rauzer Attack in the Dragon :-)
   Sep-22-07 Rauzer vs Ragozin, 1936
amntony: 10.Nf6+ brought a super position for Rauzer, by the way, Rauzer's attack is the most dangerous weapon of Soviet's chess arsenal :-)
   Sep-21-07 Kudrin vs Larsen, 1987 (replies)
amntony: A good game of the Breyer Variation of the Sicilian by Larsen :-)
   Sep-16-07 Schlechter vs Lasker, 1895 (replies)
amntony: This game by Lasker proved that 2...Nc6 works as it avoided the opponent's Queen on d4, what's more, even with 5.Nxc6, it still worked because eventually Lasker obtained a stronghold on the center with his pawns :-)
   Sep-15-07 Leonhardt vs Tartakower, 1907 (replies)
amntony: 16.Bd5! is a classic sacrifice that traps many players :-)
   Sep-14-07 Alekhine vs Saemisch, 1922 (replies)
amntony: Alekhine's 6.Nb3 is to refuse the counter-Maroczy's move by Black, specifically, it's Ng4 on the Black's 7th move :-)
   Sep-13-07 Swiderski vs Maroczy, 1904 (replies)
amntony: This game showed us the best way to deal with something new for Black is to simplify the situation by exchanges :-)
   Sep-13-07 Tarrasch vs Lipke, 1898
amntony: The best way to continue with this great position is to attack along the main diagonal and the g8-a2 diagonal as well, try to eat up all the pawns on the Queenside :-)
   Sep-04-07 H Goldhamer vs Fischer, 1956 (replies)
   Sep-04-07 E Nash vs Fischer, 1956 (replies)
   Sep-01-07 D Ruth vs Fischer, 1956 (replies)
   Sep-01-07 C Grossguth vs Fischer, 1956 (replies)
   Aug-21-07 I A Nataf vs Morozevich, 2000 (replies)
   Aug-18-07 Euwe vs Maroczy, 1921 (replies)
   Aug-18-07 Euwe vs Maroczy, 1921 (replies)
   Aug-18-07 Euwe vs H van Hartingsvelt, 1920
   Aug-18-07 Euwe vs Olland, 1920
   Aug-15-07 Fischer vs M Green, 1957 (replies)
   Aug-15-07 Fischer vs R Cardoso, 1957 (replies)
   Aug-14-07 Bronstein vs Stahlberg, 1950 (replies)
   Aug-12-07 Pandolfini vs NN, 1970 (replies)
   Aug-11-07 Fischer vs R E Fauber, 1957 (replies)
   Aug-08-07 Fischer vs Mednis, 1957 (replies)
   Aug-06-07 Fischer vs H Seidman, 1956 (replies)
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