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   hnishy has kibitzed 8 times to chessgames  
   Dec-09-11 Miyoko Watai (replies)
hnishy: In 1997, Watai published a beginner's book titled "Saishin Zukai Chesu" (=newest illustrated Chess). On page 202, there is a "study" she claims to have "easily" composed. White:Kc7,Bc6,d3,f4 Black:Kg6,Qe6 Her solution runs: 1.f5+ Kxf5 2.Bd7 and wins. But of course, 2....Qxd7+ 3.Kxd7
   Jan-11-08 Topalov vs Kramnik, 1999 (replies)
hnishy: I want to arm Rybka with this Gambit, if not prohibited as anti-humanitic.
   Dec-13-07 Psakhis vs Kasparov, 1981 (replies)
hnishy: After this defeat in the second round of the Soviet Championship, Kasparov went on to share the first place....with Psakhis.
   Nov-13-07 Geller vs Vasiukov, 1975 (replies)
hnishy: Many mistakes for both sides. Geller, in his book 'Application of Chess Theory', claims the position after 32.Rd3 is 'very difficult for Black to find a reasonable continuation. White. But Black has more than one riposte; 32...Ng5! 33.hg5 hg5+ 34.Kg1 Ba7+
   Nov-01-07 Kasparov vs Anand, 1992 (replies)
hnishy: This is Anand's second shortest loss in a serious game.
   Oct-01-07 Aronian vs Gelfand, 2007 (replies)
hnishy: By far the worst opening idea in the whole tournament.
   Oct-01-07 Svidler vs Grischuk, 2007 (replies)
hnishy: In fact, 20.Rc1 is mentioned in the San Luis tournament book as "very strong" (instead of 20.Qb3 played in Svidler - Topalov). When Svidler played Rc1 quickly, Grischuk sunk into thought....he was not prepared, it seems.
   Nov-22-05 Miles vs Huebner, 1985 (replies)
hnishy: You can read the whole story in chapter 9 of the book "Tony Miles: It's Only Me" by Batsford, 2003
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