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   fraternidad has kibitzed 14 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Feb-02-06 Tal vs A Kudriashov, 1955 (replies)
fraternidad: 19. c5! is a very nice shot. Tal plays the English wonderfully.
   Jan-29-06 Ivanchuk vs Harikrishna, 2004
fraternidad: On 24...exd5 I think White still holds a pretty large advantage due to the backwards C-pawn being on an open file.. I guess my plan would be 25. Nc5 and if 25...Nxc5 26. Rxc5 with the idea of playing Qe3 to guard the d pawn, and doubling rooks on the C-file. White is in pretty ...
   Jan-27-06 Shabalov vs Hellers, 1993
fraternidad: 16. fxe6?! is known these days to give Black a slightly better game. The correct move is 16. Nxe6, but Black has been doing very well theroetically in this line. Back to the drawing board, 1. e4 players. :)
   Jan-26-06 R Byrne vs Fischer, 1971 (replies)
fraternidad: 14...Rc8? is just known to be theroetically bad, but that was after Fischer's time. Nice save by him. 12...b4! 13. Ne2 Ne8 is all the rage these days. Check Karjakin-Anand, 2006
   Jan-26-06 Khalifman vs Lautier, 2001
fraternidad: Even the best fall into opening traps. 10. g4?! is severely inaccurate allowing 10...d5! with an immediate equal, if not better game. Accurate is the straightforward 10. 0-0-0. Move orders are tricky.
   Jan-25-06 A M Swank vs Fischer, 1956 (replies)
fraternidad: Fischer just completely dominated his opponent in this game. Very nice play... 31...f4! is a cute shot, but anyway you slice it Fischer has a won K+P ending.
   Jan-25-06 H Goldhamer vs Fischer, 1956 (replies)
fraternidad: It's odd how many people in the late 1950's, early 1960's adopted the strategy with White to play both Be2 and f3, which is extremely redundant at best, getting a worse version of either 6. Be2 or 6. Be3... I guess people learned you cant have your cake and eat it too? Maybe ...
   Jan-25-06 C Grossguth vs Fischer, 1956 (replies)
fraternidad: 11. g4?! is the first inaccuracy of this game allowing 11...d5! which is known to atleast equalize no matter what White does. Accurate is 11. 0-0-0, with the idea of 12. g4.
   Jan-18-06 Ehlvest vs D Fernandez, 2005
fraternidad: Wow, great handling of the ending by Ehlvest. 46...Qxh2+ 47. Kxh2 Rxf7 48. a4! wins easily for White.. 48...bxa4 49. bxa4 Kf8 50. Bxf7 Kxf7 51. a5 and the King cant catch the pawn. Ehlvest is a true professional.
   Jan-13-06 Kosteniuk vs Mamedyarov, 2003
fraternidad: 24...d2!! is a brilliant shot that makes the whole combination work.. Bravo.
   Jan-07-06 T Siaperas vs Uhlmann, 1956
   Dec-12-05 Kasparov vs Anand, 1995 (replies)
   Dec-08-05 Korchnoi vs J Eslon, 1979
   Dec-02-05 Botvinnik vs Portisch, 1968 (replies)
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