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kewmschess
Member since Mar-23-06
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   kewmschess has kibitzed 10 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-08-08 Tseshkovsky vs Bukic, 1981
 
kewmschess: Analyzed by Kasparov in "Revolution in the 1970s," game #33, page 85. 9...b5 was a novelty in this game, seeking immediate queenside counterplay.
 
   Oct-05-06 Kramnik vs Topalov, 2006 (replies)
 
kewmschess: Susan Polgar: The big debate on all servers is which side is better. GM Boris Avrukh said: "Zagrebelnyi is commenting on 64.ru writes: I am sure he is Topalov is playing for a win here , I think he is wrong, I would prefer White here." Karjakin likes White. Radjabov likes Black. ...
 
   Sep-28-06 Kramnik vs Topalov, 2006 (replies)
 
kewmschess: Eight games left, but only four Whites for Topalov. Since Kramnik can probably draw at will with the White pieces, Topalov is already in a very tough situation. He must at least draw with Black -- if he loses another game it's probably over -- and must win at least one of his ...
 
   Jun-06-06 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
kewmschess: Yes, <euripides and YouRang>, 5... Kf6 makes everything make more sense. Thanks! Katherine
 
   May-17-06 Korchnoi vs Kasparov, 1991 (replies)
 
kewmschess: In The Complete King's Indian, Keene and Jacobs quote Kasparov as saying that 21. Nb4 was the critical mistake. Instead, Kasparov suggests 21. a6! Bxa6 22. Nb4 Bc8 unclear. Even in that line, Black gets a very dangerous attack. It's easy to see why no one else has tried 14. Nd3.
 
   May-07-06 Leko vs Bareev, 2003 (replies)
 
kewmschess: I didn't let it run for long, but Fritz (v8) thinks Black's best is 33...Rf8 and didn't even look at 33...Qb8. White wins by piling up on the 7th: 33. a3 f8 34. ♕d7 ♘e2 35. ♕e7 a5 36. ♖d7 ♕e4+
 
   Apr-13-06 XINIX vs Tao, 2001 (replies)
 
kewmschess: 3...d5 is the kind of move a French Defense player would make, getting an Exchange French-style position with an extra tempo. 3...Nc6 or 3...d6 feels more Sicilian-like, heading in Sozin/Schevenigen directions. But whether you call it a French or a Sicilian, it seems to me all of
 
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