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   companys has kibitzed 15 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-02-16 Marshall vs Bogoljubov, 1924 (replies)
 
companys: Why is he correct? Alekhine was of different opinion when commenting the game. See also the notes of one of the arbiters under the Reti - Bogo game.
 
   Oct-27-12 Miroslav Filip (replies)
 
companys: In his book about the Baguio match 1978 Filip repetitively called V. Korchnoi "a traitor of the Soviet Union" and other @#$%*&!#. Probably because Korchnoi beat him many times. Among Czech grandmasters V. Hort and L. Pachman deserve more credit for not serving the communist ...
 
   Feb-26-12 Reti vs Tartakower, 1919 (replies)
 
companys: In fact the game did not end on move 17 but, as stated in a Czech book about Reti, black eventually lost anyway...
 
   Jan-27-12 Carlsen vs Topalov, 2012 (replies)
 
companys: Carlsen played like a pupil of Morozevich in this game and it paid off..
 
   Aug-15-11 Morozevich vs Svidler, 2011 (replies)
 
companys: I was planning to watch this game online and when I turned it on it was already over. A complete wipeout. A pity Moro lost to Nepo..
 
   Aug-07-11 Korchnoi vs Beliavsky, 1987
 
companys: White's advantage is not so big, but after say 32. Rb7 he wins the b5 pawn...
 
   Aug-01-11 Svidler vs Korchnoi, 2008 (replies)
 
companys: <whiteshark: Korchnoi, you mean. Anyway, thanks for the analysis...
 
   Jul-24-11 Nimzowitsch vs Reti, 1925 (replies)
 
companys: <Marmot PFL> Reti says white is lost anyway and black should win by bringing his king to g4 and doing the f4 breakthrough when white is unable to capture on f4 with his rook. Black then penetrates with one of his rooks via h2 or h3.
 
   Jul-15-11 Capablanca vs Vidmar, 1922 (replies)
 
companys: <keypusher: Capablanca won the 1st brilliancy prize for this game, but he missed 20 Rb1!, winning a clear piece.> The first brilliancy prize actually went to Reti for his win over Znosko-Borovsky, while Capablanca got the 2nd...
 
   Jun-07-11 Navara vs A Moiseenko, 2011 (replies)
 
companys: 24. fxe5 is very good, could black have defended better, though?
 
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