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echever7
Member since Feb-20-07 · Last seen Dec-23-15
I`m Colombian physicist. I`lived in Moscow for eight years. My favourite players... well, Kasparov, Karpov, Botvinnik, Aliojin (Alekhine),Capablanca, Tal, Lasker.

   echever7 has kibitzed 61 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-19-15 Nakamura vs Carlsen, 2014 (replies)
 
echever7: 37. Qf1 wins the black knight on c4 That's would be a nice finish. (37...Nd6 38. Rh6. Everyone knows now the threat Rxh7)
 
   Jul-16-15 Wei Yi vs L Bruzon Batista, 2015 (replies)
 
echever7: Everyone's praising 36 Be1 as "exceptional". In fact, Be1 is an easy move to see if you take into consideration that black's mating in one: Qg2++. It was a fantastic game though
 
   Jan-27-15 Tata Steel Masters (2015) (replies)
 
echever7: It seems Aronians decline began with no winning the candidates last year. May be he feels it was his last opportunity to dispute the world championship due to his age... I mean, he should remember Gelfand...
 
   Jan-27-15 Carlsen vs Yifan Hou, 2015 (replies)
 
echever7: <Ulhumbrus> 47. Qd1 is not exactly a "waiting move". It poses the inmediate threat 48.Nxe5 and- if the knight is taken- 48. Qd8+ For me this game could be the best Carlsens game in the tournament.A Karpovian masterpiece. But just 'could'...
 
   Jan-07-15 J Ragsdale vs T Snow, 1962
 
echever7: Wow, the Berlin refuted! Watch and learn Kramnik! ;) ;)
 
   Dec-22-14 Anatoly Karpov (replies)
 
echever7: It's notable how Karpov dominated over the players of his generation (post-Fischer). I would say a "failed generation". The likes of Timman, Hübner, Ulf Andersson,Eugenio Torrre, Tony Miles...and soviets like Tumakov, Balashov..They didn't make it. Only older ones (Korchnoi)or ...
 
   Jul-23-14 Carlsen vs Z Andriasian, 2003
 
echever7: <iM4> <I don't know if this move was overlooked, but after 24.Qxg4, Black can force a queen trade at Qf5+> Yes, you're right...and Carlsen gives mat in two.
 
   Jul-23-14 A Rodriguez Vila vs Carlsen, 2014 (replies)
 
echever7: Why did the white resign??? He could try 22.Qxb6 hoping for 22...Qxa3 and then 23.Qxd8+ ;) :D
 
   Jul-23-14 Carlsen vs A Giri, 2014 (replies)
 
echever7: <posoo> If 24. Bxf3 follows 24...e4 with the double attack to f3 and b2. 28. Rxc8 it's not an atrocity. Carlsen is a pawn up, and a good bishop with queen-side majority. The endgame must be good for him. So let's change figures
 
   May-28-14 Aronian vs Anand, 2011 (replies)
 
echever7: <Mr. Bojangles: Anand losing in 25 moves? Had to believe....> In fact, there's a game that Anand lost...in six moves. Check out Zapata-Anand
 
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