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dernier loup de T
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   dernier loup de T has kibitzed 416 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-11-20 Lindores Abbey Rapid Challenge (2020) (replies)
 
dernier loup de T: these
 
   Jun-05-20 Daniil Dubov (replies)
 
dernier loup de T: A little surprised, I have to admit it, by the brilliant final victory of Dubov even against such a strong GM like Nakamura, in Lindores Abbey 2020: Nakamura indeed seemed to be in perfect shape, and VERY well prepared, for this tournament. Even his victory against Carlsen
 
   May-31-20 Beliavsky vs Yudasin, 1981
 
dernier loup de T: <wrap99>..the main reason is that Black cannot protect the Pa4 and prevent White from grabbing it; for instance if 44...b5? 45.Qc6+ Ka7 46.Ka5 Rd8 47.Qa6+ Kb8 48. Qb6+ Ka8 49.Ka6 Rxd7 50.Qc6+ Kb8 51.Qxd7+-, curtains...
 
   May-21-20 Igor Ivanov vs Karpov, 1979 (replies)
 
dernier loup de T: I would not like to minimize the performance of Ivanov in this game; but the way of playing choosed by Karpov here is all but "Karpov-like". For people speaking french: "tarwelder" published very recently a gorgeous analysis of it, on his youtube channel.
 
   May-09-20 Yu Yangyi vs J K Duda, 2020
 
dernier loup de T: <SirChrislov> about 27...Bxb4: any other move loses too, always by a brilliant attack of White, in all variants; you can check it...
 
   Mar-29-20 Anderssen vs Steinitz, 1866
 
dernier loup de T: Lire "positionnel", dans le com précédent.
 
   Mar-25-20 M Vachier-Lagrave vs I Nepomniachtchi, 2020 (replies)
 
dernier loup de T: <belgradegambit>: you love to see the French crushed??? Just a luck it was a Frenchman who crushed this one, or maybe I would be a little angry, ha ha!
 
   Mar-16-20 Anderssen vs Kolisch, 1861
 
dernier loup de T: 21.Nc6!! would have been much better, and even decisive; because the black queen would then have been forced to leave the protection of the Nf6, with a following collapse; let's say 21.Nc6 Qd7 (or Qe8) 22.Bxf6 gxf6 23.Nh5 Bd8 24.Qf3 and the black position is falling apart.
 
   Mar-01-20 La Bourdonnais vs McDonnell, 1834
 
dernier loup de T: <PolishPentium>: after 43.Qd8+ Kc5, 44.QxN would effectively lead to draw after ...44.Qc4+ with a perpetual; however, White seems to have a better option after 43...Kc5: 44.Rh4!, with a dangerous attack....
 
   Feb-14-20 A Firouzja vs N Grandelius, 2018
 
dernier loup de T: Grandelius got such an advantage for the endgame that he could have won it. For example, after 92.Nf5+, ...Kg4! 93.Nh6+ Kh5 94.Nf7 Rb2+! 95.Ke1 Rg2!-+...... A little later, after 95.Nd6+, 95..Ke6 96.Rg6 Nf6 still won... But at move 100, Firouzja secured the draw by making
 
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