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A former player and trainer from Israel, not in buisness for 20 years. These days I follow games in, read books of and about the greatests and about chess thought.

   erimiro1 has kibitzed 443 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-23-23 N A Legky vs L Totsky, 1995 (replies)
erimiro1: I thought 32.R:c6? Q:c6?? 33. B:g7 and that's it. BUT 32...R:e5! 33. Rc7 Re1+ 34.Kh2 Qe8 and suddenly black fights back.
   Feb-23-23 Miles vs Nunn, 1969 (replies)
erimiro1: Almost forgot the deadly Max Lange. Thank you for bringing this game. 18.R:e6 is simple, but the key idea was, that Bg5 was immune, so 15.-h6 was a waste of time. 16.-h:g5 was the end, but it seems that the position was already hopeless.
   Dec-13-22 P Lalic vs G Wall, 2022 (replies)
erimiro1: Beautiful and original game from move 1 by Lalic. 17. f4! is a very clever move, and the unexpected N:h7 and R:d7! are impressive.
   Oct-30-22 W Mueller vs K Junge, 1942 (replies)
erimiro1: The knight didn't make a single move,but look what damage he caused. Fantastic to see, that any other move is losing. For example: 38.- f:g1=Q+??? 39. K:Q and this is it. White will mate within few moves. So black had to calculate things from move 35.
   Sep-19-22 Sultan Khan vs Maroczy, 1932
erimiro1: Maroczy Bind
   Aug-21-22 Kiss vs Barcza, 1934
erimiro1: Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
   Aug-04-22 Karpov vs Timman, 1988 (replies)
erimiro1: was pinned by Karpov. No other explanation.
   Jun-15-22 A W Ryder vs G Walcott, 1913 (replies)
erimiro1: It's the Latvian Gambit. Anyway, I thought of "Rider on the storm"
   Jan-09-22 J Tisdall vs G D Lee, 1981 (replies)
erimiro1: Poor black, was happy after 14.- Qg6 for he was sure that he's going to exchange queens. But then came 15. e6!!. But the mystery move is 12. Bg5. The natural move was 12.Bh6
   Sep-27-21 Najdorf vs I Aloni, 1937 (replies)
erimiro1: The traveling kings battle. What a wild game.
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