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capin
Member since Apr-25-08 · Last seen Aug-22-09
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   capin has kibitzed 31 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-18-09 Botvinnik vs Capablanca, 1938 (replies)
 
capin: Is marvelous how simple players, like me, can now reject the words of some chess genius only because we have an incredible chess brain in our homes. For example, after 21. Qf2, Kasparov believes that Botwinnik was winning, but he is totally wrong. Kasparov said: the clouds are growing
 
   Nov-20-08 Capablanca vs Alekhine, 1927 (replies)
 
capin: Yes, after 26. Ng4? with the best moves the game is a draw but after some additional errors Capablanca lost this game. But the point is this is a not perfect game from Alekhine, because Capablanca was in a totally wined position after 26. Be2!! (in addition, Kasparov don't understand ...
 
   Oct-12-08 Anand - Kramnik World Championship Match (2008) (replies)
 
capin: Kramnik is the champion, Anand the challenger. This is because after win over Kasparov, Kramnik never lost a match. In classic chess, Kramnik is the King.
 
   Sep-21-08 Capablanca vs Alekhine, 1927 (replies)
 
capin: Is not true that Capablanca doesn't make obvious errors in this game. Really, Capablanca choose a bad move in 22. Nc3?. After that, Capablanca is in worst position and maybe the game is lost to the white side. Alekhine said that 20. Rxc4 was the error: 'I am inclined to consider this ...
 
   Aug-09-08 Rybka vs Diep, 2007 (replies)
 
capin: Is Rybka marvelous or is Diep suicide? After 15. f5, Diep could play the simple move Nxc3!
 
   Aug-02-08 Nimzowitsch vs Capablanca, 1914 (replies)
 
capin: So many comments say that if white move f3 in 14 or 15 then can win or draw, but really not. The following continuation, with Crafty 20.14 moving white pieces shows the power of black rooks and bishop: 14. f3 Ra8 15. Qf2 Qe6 16. a4 Nd7 17. Nd1 Rfb8 18. Ra3 d5 19. Re1 Qd6 20. exd5 cxd5
 
   Jul-14-08 Kasparov vs Judit Polgar, 2006 (replies)
 
capin: Jajaja. After 6. --- Qe8 a child wins. Maybe Polgar wanted Kasparov wins easy!
 
   Jul-13-08 Judit Polgar vs Kasparov, 2006 (replies)
 
capin: A dumb game from J. Polgar. After 13. Nxb5 a child can win the game.
 
   May-01-08 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
capin: <ToTheDeath: epic battle between two Rybka engines> Beatiful game. What version is Rybka?
 
   May-01-08 Capablanca vs Alekhine, 1927 (replies)
 
capin: For example, Alekhine said that after 14. Nxd5 the white king is in a critical position. In order to prove if this is certain I have selected one of the strongest programs mounting attacks to the king: Phalanx. As it is possible to be observed, the black soon loses the possibility of ...
 
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