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Member since Nov-09-03 · Last seen Mar-25-14
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   lordazol has kibitzed 41 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-05-13 H Erdogan vs T Karatekin, 2000
lordazol: tam bir zýmba..
   Jun-22-13 Carlsen vs Polgar, 2012 (replies)
lordazol: 19-Bb4!!
   Jun-13-13 Nakamura vs Mamedyarov, 2013 (replies)
lordazol: g3 ??
   Jun-23-12 S Atalik vs S Polgar, 1991 (replies)
lordazol: 26-...Nb6
   Jun-22-12 O Kanmazalp vs S Atalik, 2012
lordazol: whats the idea bxf3..aimles weak move due to lost game.
   Nov-24-03 Short vs Kasparov, 1993 (replies)
lordazol: White makes a wrong plan at 19th move than began to retreat. 26th move shows that attack were aimless and whites position collapse. The counter attack is well planned by Kasparov.And there is no way out.One short game has been ended by kasparov as he always say.His name is Short ...
   Nov-24-03 Spassky vs Hort, 1981 (replies)
lordazol: This game isnt complate .Game goes on and Hort loses than.For the complate game look at database also.
   Nov-23-03 NN vs Pandolfini, 1967 (replies)
lordazol: This is not a trap but the Bf4 blundered of white.The main idea is at the openings and even all the game is be very careful if some material is saveless. The shortest lost of Karpov is like this game.Losing material at the opening. Second idea is not stand at the same rank while ...
   Nov-23-03 Spassky vs Hort, 1978 (replies)
lordazol: 25 th move at this game endgame begins.Black is one pawn up and Bishop vs Knight.Who prefers white at this position? GM Hort must be tore his hair after losing this endgame.
   Nov-23-03 Spassky vs Portisch, 1977 (replies)
lordazol: At the end position of Spassky's winning games there is a good balance of the materials.There is a lot of possibilities for his opponents but all the way goes losing.Even great Portish had been lost his way at the Spassky's labirents.
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