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   mindmaster has kibitzed 49 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-06-09 Tal Memorial (2009) (replies)
mindmaster: Exciting game of the Day1: Carlsen-Kramnik Exciting game of the Day2: Kramnik-Anand Though these games ended with draws, it was splendidly played by Kramnik(maybe with a few exceptions of choosing a 'draw line' or missing a 'winning line')... Either way it tells me he is ...
   Nov-06-09 Tarrasch vs Reti, 1922 (replies)
mindmaster: Very forcing!!!you need not think twice to get this move....
   Oct-29-09 Ruben Rodriguez vs Van der Wiel, 1982 (replies)
mindmaster: Thank 'Morphy'....I got this one easily.. The order matters and White has a clear win here....
   Jun-27-09 Gruenfeld vs J Schenkein, 1915 (replies)
mindmaster: Yep...I got upto move 21....and Now liked to play 22. Rxd8 Rxd8 23. Qe7 and thought the position would be better for white...though didnot think about the b-pawn move...
   Jun-05-09 J Klinger vs Blatny, 1988 (replies)
mindmaster: Missed it! Was calculating the Rf1 variation and Black seemed to have too many possible moves... Atleast now I realized the power of a PIN....
   Jun-02-09 V Tukmakov vs Speelman, 1994 (replies)
mindmaster: Damn I missed it completely.....I complicated myself with a lot of superfluous variations....A good one for Tuesday...
   May-27-09 M Apicella vs C Bauer, 2003 (replies)
mindmaster: May be a minute to realize the importance of the d-pawn.....After this realization this is much easier than a monday puzzle....
   May-26-09 C Bauer vs Korchnoi, 2003 (replies)
mindmaster: Very Very simple and forcing....not more than one fourth of a minute....Highly obvious....Qb6 threatens to win the Queen or the King.....Time for Black to decide....
   May-25-09 Tartakower vs Reti, 1925 (replies)
mindmaster: A well known, now completely analysed drawn endgame....
   May-24-09 A Sokolov vs Korchnoi, 1987 (replies)
mindmaster: am not a very good endgame even the first move looked very apparent and apt i did not continue with it....Can anyone suggest me a site that teaches how to play an Endgame perfectly?
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