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Member since Dec-18-07 · Last seen Nov-29-21
living in london ** Spassky is my favorite player a wonderfull universal style
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   fiercebadger has kibitzed 97 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-05-21 Capablanca vs Janowski, 1911 (replies)
fiercebadger: Talk to your pieces ! Capa's Knight says bring me back into the game, when he does it dances ! ..53 Qe1 is losing better ..53 Qh1+ winning
   Sep-14-21 Fischer vs Petrosian, 1970
fiercebadger: Bobbys 32 Qe5! top 'puter move if ..Qc7 Qxd5+ most precise finish
   May-26-21 Damljanovic vs Ljubojevic, 1990
fiercebadger: A winner in this game would have qualified for the Candidate matches, but the game ended drawn. Caissa the chess God was having a bit of fun that day?
   Apr-16-21 Szabo vs Reshevsky, 1953 (replies)
fiercebadger: not a good day at the office for Szabo missing 20 qh6+ and 27.Bh6! f6 28.Qg3 Rf7 29.Qxb8 and wins.
   Mar-03-21 Shirov vs J Polgar, 1994
fiercebadger: The black queen takes a small step onto a white square , then for the rest of the game sticks to only black squares
   Mar-03-21 Janowski vs Rubinstein, 1907 (replies)
fiercebadger: for a similar but modern game see Shirov Polgar Madrid 1994
   Feb-22-21 Fischer vs Benko, 1965 (replies)
fiercebadger: I would speculate that Benko played Qc8 to deny Bobby the immortal which would have been created with the king march to h6
   Jan-24-21 Tal vs Averbakh, 1961
fiercebadger: I would be drawn to Bb3 because of the associated patterns (qxg6+) perhaps even seeing Rd3 ideas, but i would be aware i was a piece down! Tal pushes the calculation further and sees to a finish as Qf8 and Rb7 both return the piece,
   Jan-20-21 M Jellouli vs Vachier-Lagrave, 2000
fiercebadger: A young MVL tortures his opponent !
   Jan-04-21 Yanofsky vs Portisch, 1962
fiercebadger: two king walks ..40 kd8 threatens to put the king on a7 and open the kings side giving 2nd weakness, white stops this with h5, the black king goes back to the now safe h7 and wins on the qside fantastic !
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