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Member since Aug-18-08 · Last seen Jan-28-22
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   brimarern has kibitzed 33 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-28-21 Dina Belenkaya (replies)
brimarern: Her banter on Titled Tuesdays is instructive and hilarious at the same time! Check out one of them here!
   Dec-05-21 Carlsen vs Nepomniachtchi, 2021 (replies)
brimarern: Beautiful game!
   Jul-11-21 B H Wood vs P Devos, 1948
brimarern: 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏!! beautiful!!
   Jan-09-21 Petrosian vs Suetin, 1954 (replies)
brimarern: Umm, what's wrong with 36...Bxg4. Anyone?
   Aug-23-20 Botvinnik vs Levenfish, 1937
brimarern: Pretty game! That being said, it seemed as if black had to scramble for counterplay especially after 17.Nb1. I'm sure GM Levenfish saw that knight eventually winding up on d6, and with all his skill, might, and tenacity fought back. Black's g5 and d3 moves are impressive! Did ...
   Apr-04-20 Tarrasch vs Von Scheve, 1883
brimarern: Beautiful game! As stated above, 19. Rg2 is the start of everything. 30.Rf3 is nice! " must SEE it! -Tarrasch, The Game of Chess
   Mar-21-20 Portisch vs Tal, 1961 (replies)
brimarern: 32.Bc1 seems a lot cleaner, but at this point there are a lot of roads that lead to Rome.
   Dec-15-19 Xie Jun vs Qi Jingxuan, 1985
brimarern: Beautiful game! I'm surprised nobody has commented on this. It's the first game in her book -containing a Queen sac. Me being skeptical, I ran it in Stockfish 10 and it said that white could have still won without sacking the queen just by taking the bishop -but wow. I'm wondering
   Oct-22-19 Siegbert Tarrasch (replies)
brimarern: "Remarkably, Tarrasch gives a clearer and better description of how chess is typically played than I see in our modern books, which tend to be full of broad advice and invalid generalities. One can easily see why he was considered the preeminent teacher of his time: he was not ...
   May-03-19 Capablanca vs Yates, 1924 (replies)
brimarern: The knight wheel is indeed beautiful, but what happens AFTER the winning of the pawn (the conversion of the pawn to a win) is three times more exquisite. Remember now, Capablanca is doing this against World Class players.
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