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Member since May-15-08 · Last seen Jun-09-08
From: Warsaw, Poland, EU.
Official Rating PZSzach: 1600.
Current Strenght: Around 1800.
Favourite Player: Gata Kamsky.

   ezmerin has kibitzed 42 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-06-08 Van Wely vs S Rahmanov, 2008 (replies)
ezmerin: It's a terrible game by Van Wely. He traps his Queen behind his own pawns at move 16., leaves it useless for a rest of a game (21 moves!) then blunders a Rook at move 27. (unnoticed!). At least all this cannot escape without punishment. However, it is nice to see how Black ...
   Jun-06-08 Bareev vs V Akopian, 2004 (replies)
ezmerin: Another superb combination launched by g4 move is: Krasenkow vs Sveshnikov, 1992 Looks like g4 is extremly powerful in quiet 1. d4 lines, against opponents, who prefer positional play. It's like a tide turning everyhing upside down. And it provides lot of excitement!
   Jun-06-08 A Espeli vs Andersen, 1952 (replies)
ezmerin: Can anybody give me a winning line for Black if White try 13. d4? White intends to harass enemy Rook with King: 14. Kd2 Rf1 15. Ke2 Rc1 repeating moves. Black should avoid removing his Rook from back rank, when White simply consolidates by developing Knight. I pondered, pondered, ...
   Jun-06-08 Timman vs K Shanava, 2008 (replies)
ezmerin: Quite similar mistake of capturing h6 Bishop was made by Kasparov in his game against Ivanchuk, Amsterdam 1994: Ivanchuk vs Kasparov, 1994 And he also had a possibility of castling. This means that even great players sometimes neglects their Kings' safety.
   Jun-06-08 E van den Doel vs I Sokolov, 2004
ezmerin: Horrible technique by White. Had he played 41. Ra1 Rxb3 42. Rb1 he was slightly worse but at least not that bad as in the game. Even in the endgame sometimes less is more.
   Jun-06-08 R Janssen vs I Sokolov, 2002 (replies)
ezmerin: Worth being a GOTD. Here is the pun: "A Ruud awakening."
   Jun-06-08 I Sokolov vs Aronian, 2006 (replies)
ezmerin: Yes, justapatzer, it would. 13...Na2 14. axb4 and Black can resign. Nothing Black ever looked for.
   Jun-06-08 Morozevich vs Pelletier, 2003 (replies)
ezmerin: Hard to believe Black had accepted piece offer on a6 instead of capturing on g4. Even if he had to give up his Queen during defensive struggle, I think he would get enough compensation. It's strange that Pelletier tries to challenge Morozevich in French Defence. Isn't Russian the ...
   Jun-05-08 R Domenech vs Flohr, 1935 (replies)
ezmerin: That's funny. Kramnik variation at 1935. It might be 'Kramnik's Grandpa Variation'.
   Jun-05-08 I Sokolov vs S Williams, 2006 (replies)
ezmerin: OK, today my calculations were pretty good. 33...Rxf2! is plain to see, but there is main variation to be examined carefully. So 34. Rxf2 Rc1+ and I thought 35. Rf1 is met by 35...Qe3+ 36. Kg2 Qe2+ 37. Kh3 Qxf1+ and Black managed to get the rook back and lure enemy King into grave ...
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