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marljivi
Member since Jul-21-12 · Last seen Nov-11-19
My name is Jan Gombac,I live in Slovenia,Ljubljana.My highest elo rating so far was 2324.My favorite player is Bobby Fischer.I am also a huge lover of Fischer random chess-no need for memorization of openings move by move,more time for creative strategy and creativity in general.

   marljivi has kibitzed 59 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-06-13 Short vs Kasparov, 1989 (replies)
 
marljivi: W H Y not 41.b4 ?? (Or at least 41.Kb4) Will black be able to hold this endgame?
 
   Jul-25-13 Euwe vs Smyslov, 1948 (replies)
 
marljivi: It looks to me that after 35.Qf3Be6 the move 36.Qf8 wins for white.
 
   Jul-22-13 A Jakubiec vs Nakamura, 2009 (replies)
 
marljivi: Also,concerning my comments about the Aronian-Bacrot,Maintz 2005 game-after 1.e4f5!? 2.e5d6 white can try "the classical" 3.d4.Then after 3...c5 4.dc5?!...(Or 4.f4c4!,followed by Bd5 (5.Bf3Nc7 and then Bd5),and black has the central square d5 available for his pieces,due to which ...
 
   Jul-12-13 Alekhine vs Lilienthal, 1933 (replies)
 
marljivi: Actually,I'm afraid that chessgames.com wrongly entered this game,and that Lilienthal was white and he actually beat Alekhine this way.
 
   Jul-09-13 Alekhine vs Euwe, 1935 (replies)
 
marljivi: If 34.Kg4,then 34...Kg7 and what does white want? Getting mated with his king on 5th rank,perhaps? Or does he now want to proceed with Kf3 and g2-g4? :-)
 
   Jun-20-13 Reshevsky vs Botvinnik, 1936 (replies)
 
marljivi: Why Reshevsky played the extra rook move on move 26? Well,most probably he didn't like the fact that in case of 26.Rf4 black can reply with 26...a5.Now after 27.d6Qf6? 28.Qf6Rf6 29.Be4a4 (Not 29...Ne6? 30.Bb7Nf4(30...Rb8 31.Bd5
 
   Jun-20-13 Reshevsky vs Botvinnik, 1938 (replies)
 
marljivi: I believe that the best way for white to obtain his winning position would be 37.ef6!Qh7 38.fg7!Qg7 39.Rde8Qd4 40.R1e3a5 41.R8e4Qa1 42.Kg2Qb2 43.Kh3Qh8 44.Rh4 .Otherwise,it's hard to say,that Botvinnik really outplayed ...
 
   Jun-17-13 Carlsen vs Caruana, 2013 (replies)
 
marljivi: Haha,thanks,Lupara,and greetings to you too.Actually,it just crossed my mind that instead of 62...Rg2?,the move 62...Rg5 wins,so I wanted to explain/correct that,when I noticed that you've already done that for me. :-) And yes,I also agree that 61...Ra1 (instead of 61...Rg4) also ...
 
   Jun-16-13 Carlsen vs Kramnik, 2013 (replies)
 
marljivi: I saw some of earlier kibitzing about 18.Nc4-most probably Carlsen didn't like 18...Ba6 19.Nce5Bd3 20.Nd3Na4,or 19.e5Qg6 20.Nd6Bd3 21.Qd3Na4,but not 18...Nc4?! 19.Bc4Bb7 20.Bd3Rac8 21.c4 with more or less clear pawn up,and also not 18...Na4? 19.e5!...(19.Qa4?Rd3 20.Nb6Rb8 21.Qe8Bf8
 
   Jun-12-13 Uhlmann vs Larsen, 1961 (replies)
 
marljivi: Even if white's position may still be winning after 37.e5?,the move looks really ugly to me,even for being in time-scramble.I mean-to close such a powerfull bishop on b2...Instead 37.Rd2...(the threat being Qd6,followed by Rxd7) 37...Rf8 38.Qg3Rf7 (38...Rg8 39.Qd6
 
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