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   enoughsaid05 has kibitzed 14 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-19-08 P Johner vs Nimzowitsch, 1926 (replies)
enoughsaid05: Wow! Position at move twelve, aron must have known that it would be best if he concentrates his pieces at the king side. Meanwhile, white's pieces are in disarray! First h5, then Qf5-Qh6, Nf5-Nh6, Rf8, g5, Rg7, Nf5, Rcg8, at move 29, white's g3 pawn is protected by the poor ...
   Apr-14-08 Tal vs A Vooremaa, 1971 (replies)
enoughsaid05: In this game I think Tal's sacrifices are sound, though it takes me a long time to think why. 14) Qg3 Tal seizes a dangerous initiative. He has an idea in mind of attacking the g7 pawn, then marching his pawns straight up to the king. 14) ... exd4 15) Qxg7 Rf8 From 14 to 15, ...
   Apr-12-08 Tal vs Birjanis, 1952 (replies)
enoughsaid05: Black starts an early exchange from move 1 till move 8, leaving his pieces undeveloped. White meanwhile secures his advantage of his developed pieces to win the game. 9) Rc1 Tal has an intention of 1) cxd4 exd4 2) Qxc7 Qxc7 3) Rxc7 gaining an upper edge in an endgame due to ...
   Mar-28-08 Ragozin vs Tal, 1951 (replies)
enoughsaid05: 4) ...dxc4 Tal sacrificed the centre for greater piece mobility despite a more crammed space 5)a4 To prevent Tal from setting up queen side formation with b5 Tal continued to set up pressure on the centre. First he started with Bb4 to pin the knight on c3, followed by c5! ...
   Mar-17-08 Tal vs A Bannik, 1956 (replies)
enoughsaid05: His sacrifices in the early part of the game is extremely crazy!!!
   Jan-14-08 Negi vs P Carlsson, 2008 (replies)
enoughsaid05: yikes, the white queen was stuck for almost most of the game! look at the double pawn on g file!
   Dec-25-07 A Beni vs Tal, 1958
enoughsaid05: White's choice of moves leaves himself a bit tied up. 4) ...e6, 5) ...d5 Tal prepares to challenge the centre. White then faces the dilemma. If White chooses to capture, then 6) cxd5 exd5 7) exd5 Nxd5 If white chooses not to capture, Tal's black knight in the centre of the ...
   Dec-24-07 H Rossetto vs Tal, 1958 (replies)
enoughsaid05: Opening inaccuracies of white leads to downfall. 8) d5?? White is over stretching his centre pawn without any support, with the hope of getting more space and cramming black with a gain of more tempo. However, it doesn't stay long and Tal exploits this weakness of ...
   Dec-23-07 Tal vs Averbakh, 1961 (replies)
enoughsaid05: Tal, the humanity at best! A man with an open heart, who played and win without pride but lose with natural dignity.
   Dec-21-07 L B Listengarten vs Tal, 1953 (replies)
enoughsaid05: 7 ... d5! 8 e5 By doing this, white transposes from Sicilian to French defence, but not in a favour for white. Other options leave white quite tied up as well. 7 ... d5! 8 exd5 Nxd5 And black places his knight comfortably at the centre of the board. There is no pawn at c or e
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