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Member since Dec-09-02 · Last seen Nov-12-16
From South Korea, where chess is never popular.(although I think Chess is my eternal life...)
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   perplex has kibitzed 18 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-09-04 I Rabinovich vs Botvinnik, 1927 (replies)
perplex: 43...Bc3+ and 44...e2+
   Mar-08-04 Botvinnik vs Ragozin, 1927 (replies)
perplex: 8 Nb5->Nd6+ 15 e5 was a good try but a scene after 19 Qg5+ shows that Black's pawn center is rather a weakness.
   Mar-08-04 Botvinnik vs N Grigoriev, 1927 (replies)
perplex: Some notes: 1)Could 9 Qc2 be prevented by Black? It was a very good reinforcement to center by White, preparing e4. 2)After 11 e4, White enjoys a space advantage. 3)b3 prevents a possible ...Ba6 threat. 4)Establishing a strong bind, Botvinnik starts to crack Black's base. ...
   Mar-05-04 F Vallejo Pons vs Kasparov, 2004 (replies)
perplex: Black will win. His f8 rook comes with a threat to White queen. White has no real threat or counterattack. :( I wanted to see that Vallejo win over Kasparov... But a defence of Kasparov is very good now.
   Mar-05-04 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
perplex: ughaibu: Oh, I forget to say something more. The problem is, not correspondence chess. Corr.chess cannot solve the present problem of chess... That was what I wanted to say. Corr. chess is OK, but that is it. Timed classic chess becomes a competition of memorizing and preparation ...
   Mar-05-04 Topalov vs Kramnik, 1999 (replies)
perplex: 32...Ng3+ 33 Kh2.
   Mar-04-04 Tal vs Petrosian, 1967 (replies)
perplex: It is hard to know why Tal won here. What Tal had grasped, and did never yield to Petrosian? I want to know it, since a victory in GM battle does not come out of blue. It seems that Tal again employed his acrobatics of pieces to tangle Petrosian's pieces...
   Mar-04-04 Tal vs Bronstein, 1959 (replies)
perplex: The most difficult thing in chess is, in my opinion, to find out what plan will be the most efficient and everlasting in spite of defensice manuevre of the opponent. In one game many imbalances arise, but it is hard to distinguish which one I should pick up and breed it till end ...
   Dec-11-02 Tal vs Spassky, 1954 (replies)
perplex: Great Tactics which is joined with beautiful ending. 42 Kg2?! f1=Q+(42...Bc6+? 43 Kf1! and I think White has a chance to catch up. I suggest White should get rid of the protection on f2 pawn by d4 B-Bishop and f7 B-Rook. After 43 Kf1 Black should move d4 Bishop to protect itself and
   Dec-11-02 Topalov vs E Dizdarevic, 2001 (replies)
perplex: In openings there are many 'Rank 2' Knights like Nd2 or Ne2. I'd like to say that the purpose to place Knight in there(rank 2) instead of natural f3 or c3 is to play c3 or f3 (pawn move)and reinforce d4 or e4. Am I right? ;) Please give me a good lecture. Oh, at that formation I ...
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