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Member since Dec-18-07 · Last seen Nov-30-20
living in london ** Spassky is my favorite player a wonderfull universal style
Anand is a true gent . worthy champ and ambassador for our game
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   fiercebadger has kibitzed 85 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-01-20 Botvinnik vs Larsen, 1967
fiercebadger: 'puter gives 21Nf6+ gxf6 22. Qg4+ Kh7 23. Be4+ f5 24. Rd7 Ne7 25. Rxe7 Rxe7 26. Bxf5+ exf5 27. Qxf5+ Kg8 28. Qf6 Kh7 29. g4 ! none forcing and hard to see at the end of this long line
   Oct-07-20 K Honfi vs Tal, 1966 (replies)
fiercebadger: inspired by M... 22Be3 is one way to go
   Sep-27-20 Van Wely vs Piket, 1996
fiercebadger: Rook magic ,like mayflies they rise into the air and dance for a day!
   Sep-19-20 Botvinnik vs Portisch, 1968
fiercebadger: not bad for a 57 year old
   Sep-19-20 R Levit vs Botvinnik, 1967
fiercebadger: why ..17Ra7 I guess it prevents b4 ?
   Sep-14-20 Anand vs Ivanchuk, 1996
fiercebadger: ..h5 creates a weakness on the dark squares,subtly exploited by occupation and then tactics
   Sep-05-20 Rossolimo vs I Romanenko, 1948 (replies)
fiercebadger: I get the feeling that Rossolimo saw the whole thing right to the end after ND6+, terrific vision to find those cute forcing moves
   May-16-20 G Botterill vs Richard Thomas, 1974
fiercebadger: 14 Ra3 bit quicker
   Feb-20-20 Spassky vs Tal, 1958 (replies)
fiercebadger: video of game starting here
   Feb-18-20 Anand vs Karpov, 1996 (replies)
fiercebadger: to quote Anand himself , ďHere, I spent a few seconds checking 21. Rxd5 which leaves White with an extra pawn, but as I mentioned earlier I couldnít be bothered. I saw Bxh7+ and didnít waste any more time on Rxd5. I then spent some time analysing Bxh7+, and didnít see a defence
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