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Member since Mar-04-16 · Last seen Dec-08-23
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   edubueno has kibitzed 571 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-02-23 Gligoric vs H Rossetto, 1964
edubueno: Rossetto played a very good game and was in a wining position in move 41, but zeitnot avoided 41...Bxb2!!. After that, Gligoric equalized and position was a dead draw after 52 movements, a big mistake was Bxg3??
   Oct-24-23 Spassky vs Savon, 1973
edubueno: I would say that 16 Bh6 is an strategical mistake, after that there is no opportunity for Spassky to win the game. But errors start with 14 f5?! because dark squares are the actual battle of the game. Much better for sure 14 Bf3 probably obligating the tactical 14...Nc5; 15 b4 - ...
   Oct-06-23 I A Zaitsev vs Spassky, 1960 (replies)
edubueno: In my opinion the position after 19 0-0-0 is showing black advantage. The logical answer 19...Nd7 with the immediate 20...Nc5 was a determinant for black victory. But the innapropriate plan with 19...c5 and 20...b4 permited the desastre.
   Jul-27-23 Spassky vs Keres, 1973
edubueno: With the attending movement 22 Kh2! white retains the advantage
   Jul-24-23 M Stean vs Spassky, 1975 (replies)
edubueno: Paliza de BS a Michael Stean.
   Jul-24-23 Spassky vs Petrosian, 1975 (replies)
edubueno: Incredible. After 18 Ktxb7 white has a pawn more.
   Jul-24-23 Geller vs Spassky, 1975
edubueno: 31...Re8 is a great mistake.
   Jul-17-23 Tukmakov vs Karpov, 1973 (replies)
edubueno: 43. h4 Rg4 44. a5 Bc4 45. Qa4 Bf1 46. Qc6 Rc4 47. Qd5+ Rf7 48. Qd8+ Rf8 49. Qd1 Rcc8 50. Kg1 and the white advantage is clear. Tukmakov was purchased in the ending? Spassky was purchased in the ending?
   Jul-12-23 Bronstein vs Botvinnik, 1944 (replies)
edubueno: I believe Botvinik made at least 3 mistakes. The very first appears to be 32...Tc4? Winning chances still happens after 32...Kf7, with only a tower is not possible to win. The second, and worse mistake is 33...h5?, since after 33...Tb4 the draw is immediate. On the oposite way, ...
   Jul-08-23 Beliavsky vs Spassky, 1973
edubueno: As far as I understand the position after 15 fxe6 - fxe6 is better for a middle game expert, like Spassky. Computer analysis on 16 Kb1 are not reliable.
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