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najdorfman
Member since Mar-17-08 · Last seen May-12-09
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   najdorfman has kibitzed 71 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-28-08 Robert James Fischer (replies)
 
najdorfman: My dictionaries define "ultimately" as "in the end". At the END of the 1967-1969 cycle was Petrosian. I did not overlook Spassky's participation in that cycle. I merely took someone's words and suggested that factually they were in error. Someone else used the word "reckon" in
 
   Aug-25-08 Tal Memorial (2008) (replies)
 
najdorfman: Ivanchuk won according to chessok.
 
   Aug-23-08 Albin vs W Napier, 1902 (replies)
 
najdorfman: TheTamale: When strong players resign, it is NEARLY always for good reasons. I wish kibitzers on this site would remember that before posting. 34...Bd7 35. Bxg7 check Kg8 36. Bh6 discovered check Kf7 37. Qxd7 check is crushingly winning for White. Sorry that you are stuck ...
 
   Aug-22-08 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
najdorfman: MR. NIMZO: If you go to Wikipedia and enter "Jewish Chess Players" they list hundreds. You can then decide on what constitutes being "great". Alexander Beliavsky won four USSR Championships and his peak Elo rating made him something like third or fourth in the world at one point
 
   Aug-20-08 Nakamura vs Shabalov, 2007 (replies)
 
najdorfman: al wazir: After 45. Ka1 Bb6! White starts losing serious material. 46. Rec3 Rxe2; 46. Nhg3 Bxe3; or 46. Rf3 Rxe2 47. Rxf5 Bd4+ 48. Kb1 Rb2+ 49. Ka1 Ra8! soon mates.
 
   Aug-18-08 Karjakin vs Radjabov, 2008 (replies)
 
najdorfman: arsen387: The drawing line starts on move 46. 46. Rxe4 f5 47. Re1 f4 48. Rg1 Ke6 49. Kb2 Kf5 50. Kc2 Kg4 51. Kd2 f3 (51...Kf3 52. Rf1 Kg4 53. Rg1=) 52. Ke3 f2 53. Ra1 Kh3 54. Ke2. White just sits and waits. Black cannot make any progress. Okay?
 
   Aug-10-08 J Werle vs Speelman, 2008
 
najdorfman: I find it refreshing to see some Nimzo-Indians in this tournament instead of what seems like the never-ending parade of Queen's Indians at the top-level tournaments.
 
   Aug-04-08 Aron Nimzowitsch (replies)
 
najdorfman: The British are a bit peculiar about their spellings and pronunciations. The formulations can be quite wierd. I've never understood why someone of or from Cambridge is called a "Cantabridgian"!! And there does not seem to be any agreed upon spelling of Nimzowitsch's name. Even ...
 
   Aug-04-08 D Aldrich vs S Sloan, 2007 (replies)
 
najdorfman: "Next time somebody...Blah, blah...and White is way behind in development." What development? Black's rooks are on their original squares. So is the queen. The knight is developed--that's it. Your down four pawns with no real compensation. I'm sure the entire chess world is ...
 
   Aug-02-08 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
 
najdorfman: I began by responding to someone's post concerning Shirov's being cheated out of his opportunity to play a world championship match with Kasparov. I replied to that by saying Shirov was not the only severely victimized candidate, that there were others, including Keres. Keres was
 
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