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hibolife
Member since Apr-16-11 · Last seen Jul-24-19
Studying for World Open 2011.
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   hibolife has kibitzed 7 times to chessgames  
   May-29-11 Opocensky vs Capablanca, 1939 (replies)
 
hibolife: After c5, 7.0-0,..cxd black has equalized. To maintain initiative, White must play 7.a3 or 7. dxc because then black must eventually give up his all-important Bishop for the knight.
 
   May-29-11 Capablanca vs G Wheatcroft, 1939 (replies)
 
hibolife: 14. BxN is still equal with endgame chances for both sides. Kf8 is better than Ke6. Ke6 just uncoordinated everything.
 
   May-29-11 Capablanca vs M Czerniak, 1939 (replies)
 
hibolife: White could have inserted 20.Qc8+ and perhaps won quicker. king moves, queen checks again, knight blocks, knight takes knight qxN, Re1, and and king will be on the run! Woah. nice opening for lots of play for white, even if qd7. white gets at least a goodendgame at the end of the ...
 
   May-29-11 Capablanca vs G A Thomas, 1939 (replies)
 
hibolife: Instead of 19...0-0, 19...Ng5 and black has better prospects for a draw than in the game. It is almost as if white refutes the g6 move. I think black 6.nc6 makes it much harder for white.
 
   May-29-11 J Enevoldsen vs Capablanca, 1939 (replies)
 
hibolife: Yeah, 15.BxB, NxB. 16. Queen moves. The resulting line of Nc5, push the a pawn, then the f pawn, position is equal but black has clear plans. 24.Bd4! would be better, and white plays for a win. Ra3 seems to unwarrantedly give black an initiative. Every little moves counts so much ...
 
   May-09-11 W Suesman vs F Reinfeld, 1938
 
hibolife: Then, 18 ... Nxe2+ and black is up a clear pawn. Enough to win.
 
   Apr-24-11 Steinitz vs Meitner, 1873 (replies)
 
hibolife: Black's first inaccuracy was ...7.cxd -- instead black should maintain the tension. Black's second was decisive: ...8.g6, destroying the possibility of the eventual and necessary breather push, f6. This fear of the f5 push by white is unfounded, for white would be too bold to ...
 
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