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Member since Jun-26-04 · Last seen Mar-28-08
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   kamiel has kibitzed 20 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-05-05 FIDE World Championship Tournament (2005) (replies)
kamiel: Leko - Adams 1/2 Morozevich - Anand 1-0 Svidler - Polgar 1/2 Topalov - Kasimdzhanov 1-0
   Sep-28-05 Queen's Gambit Declined, Albin Counter Gambit (D08) (replies)
kamiel: I was talking about 5).. g5 and 5).. f6 not on move 4. g5 obviously only makes sense after white played f4.
   Sep-13-05 Topalov vs Seirawan, 1993 (replies)
kamiel: He did take the repetion, it is seirawan who deviated not topalov.
   Sep-13-05 Robatsch vs Fischer, 1965 (replies)
kamiel: because of 30. ... Kxf6
   Sep-09-05 Morozevich vs Judit Polgar, 1995 (replies)
kamiel: I did cover 25. ... e5 in the lines I gave above; it loses. I'll paste that specific part here again: 25... e5 26. hxg6 Kg7 27. Qf3 Nxe4 (27... Qc7 28. Bxc6 Bxc6 29. Qh3 Rh8 (29... Kxg6 30. Qh6+ Kf5 31. Bf4 exf4 32. Rc5+ Bd5 33. Rxc7 Rh8 34. Re5+
   Sep-08-05 Suttles vs Fischer, 1970 (replies)
kamiel: That does not gain a tempo at all, as white won't play 10. Qd4+ (which is a bad place as it gets driven away there with tempo) but just continues his development. Fischers move is a lot better.
   Sep-08-05 E G F Hellers vs de Firmian, 1989 (replies)
kamiel: Nothing to be confused about, this is a very well researhed theoretical variation leading to a forced draw. Crafty's evaluation is just wrong.
   Dec-13-04 Wilhelm Steinitz (replies)
kamiel: I found it now, it is a quote by none less than bobby fischer. If you search for it in german via google you find many links. "Es gibt nur zwei wahre Schachgenies - das andere war Wilhelm Steinitz, der Weltmeister von 1872 bis 1894"
   Jun-26-04 L Barczay vs Portisch, 1969 (replies)
kamiel: 17.Qxb7 has been refuted too now. It loses to 18. ... Rab8 instead of Ng6 and after 19.Qxa7 Nxd5 gives black winning advantage. The most recent try white has in this opening is 14.Qb3! which seems to give white positional compensation for the pawn. Extensive analysis of all lines ...
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