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   lopezexchange has kibitzed 59 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-13-12 G Andruet vs Tal, 1989 (replies)
lopezexchange: CharlesSullivan, that is indeed unbelievable. Was this a blitz game? Or perhaps this is not the correct score for the game? If accurate it is unbelievable that Tal missed it.
   May-13-12 Oll vs Tal, 1992 (replies)
lopezexchange: It is true, woondenknight, there will not be any other top player with the style of Tal. Defense has just improved too much and it is impossible to play in Tal style these days. In fact, since the 70s Tal also changed his style and played less romantic/flashy. Only if a player
   Apr-22-12 Tal vs Kasparov, 1992 (replies)
lopezexchange: No that is the wrong translation. Kasparov said Tal sacrificed a piece, not the queen. That was referring to the knight sacrifice. The sacrifice wasnt sound, even for a blitz. IF kasparov lost on time in 17 moves its because he wanted to make Tal, sick and dying a last gift. ...
   Apr-22-12 Kramnik vs Kasparov, 2000 (replies)
lopezexchange: thechesscorner above has a nice analysis. i think 43.Rd7+,Kg6; 44.Rg7+,Kxh6; 45.Qd7 gives white the win. Any thoughts?
   Mar-11-12 Kasparov vs Petrosian, 1981 (replies)
lopezexchange: Tigranny: It would have been a Petrosian victory by a wide margin. Perfect defense vs speculative attacks give the edge to the defense. Similar to Kramnik Kasparov match, but wider margin.
   Mar-11-12 Spassky vs Petrosian, 1966
lopezexchange: With good strategic plans that take advantage of the positional advantage, or by generating vigurous attacks that take advantage of your positional advantage, depending on which is more feasible? But sometimes the positional advantage is too tiny for these to work.
   Mar-03-12 K Rogoff vs Reshevsky, 1974 (replies)
lopezexchange: AnalyzeThis: Fischer made it seem easy, true. He played a few lopez exchange games, though he loved his bishop pair and especially his f1 bishop. Too bad he never faced the Bronstein Variation (5...Qd6). In his 60 Memorable Games he suggested to meet it with 6.d4,exd4; 7.Nxd4 ...
   Mar-03-12 Botvinnik vs Petrosian, 1963 (replies)
lopezexchange: Why not 16.e4! this seems to be giving black some major headaches with the king left in the center.
   Feb-27-12 Smyslov vs Fischer, 1970
lopezexchange: Fischer may have loved his f1 bishop with white, but he wasnt fanatic about it. He played many lopez exchange games, giving it away right out of the opening. He was quite flexible. And he did play the lopez exchange agaisnt top notch competition, never losing a single game ...
   Dec-04-10 Kasparov vs Karpov, 1984 (replies)
lopezexchange: Hey, technical draw, i like your lopez exchange game collection. it is one of my most fearsome weapons too. 5...Qd6 is a pain to crack. Back to the current game: horrible quality. Karpov had multiple wins in his hand, 4-5 at least. This low level quality is suspicious. It was ...
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