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hez
Member since Apr-06-04 · Last seen Jul-30-20
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   hez has kibitzed 12 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-28-20 Fischer vs Myagmarsuren, 1967 (replies)
 
hez: 17.Nf1 is another brilliant subtle move knowing very well the importance of the Knight to d2 then e4.
 
   May-01-20 Van Hai Nguyen vs Way Justin Ong, 2008 (replies)
 
hez: 33.Qf5!! LEGENDARY
 
   Jun-10-15 Alekhine vs T J Johnston, 1923 (replies)
 
hez: HEY WAIT A MINUTE ..... This game is EXACTLY the same as the Steinitz vs G MacDonnell game in 1866. How is that possible CHESSGAMES.COM???
 
   May-29-13 V Zvjaginsev vs Bologan, 2010 (replies)
 
hez: Qxf8 is the only line I considered...
 
   Mar-27-13 Tseshkovsky vs B Itkis, 1983 (replies)
 
hez: Very easy puzzle - the moment you see that K cannot go to a white square or stay on a black square after ++
 
   Mar-07-13 Fischer vs E Stepans, 1957 (replies)
 
hez: Ive played against the Dragon and never fully appreciated 10. ...Bd7. Now thanks to Fischer my eyes are open!
 
   Mar-06-13 Naiditsch vs Nakamura, 2009 (replies)
 
hez: I have not analysed this on computer but I find it hard to believe that Naka had calculated all the way to the end with this 25. ...Rxh2 sequence. What if White did not play 32.Ba6 - then White would just be an exchange down.
 
   Mar-03-13 Yu Yangyi vs Li Shilong, 2012 (replies)
 
hez: It was very easy to follow the sequence Qd4 etc... But I Totally missed the Qxc5 idea!
 
   Feb-28-13 Joel Benjamin vs Tseshkovsky, 1986
 
hez: Move 69. ... f5 is strong as Black establishes a fortress of control on the light squares.
 
   Feb-18-13 Alekhine vs B Verlinsky, 1918 (replies)
 
hez: Thought he would have escaped after 34...Kd4 but then comes 35. Re1! with two unstoppable threats of Mate in 1.
 
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