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   reasoanblep has kibitzed 16 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-30-04 Hort vs Keres, 1961 (replies)
reasoanblep: According to V. Jansa, who was playing next board against Petrosian, Keres was down to 10 minutes after his 34th move. He used 8 of them on Qc1!!. The result? Hort literally fell off his chair when Keres sacrificed his Q!
   Sep-14-04 Shirov vs Lautier, 1993 (replies)
reasoanblep: Incredible swindle by shirov. Lautier had to be kicking himself for not taking the draw.
   Aug-11-04 Korchnoi vs Suetin, 1953 (replies)
reasoanblep: 29. Rd1?? ---> 31... Nxg4?? Doesnt make sense, black had Nxd1+ and Nxb2 with devastating advantage. This looks like a transcript error to me, maybe 29. Re1 is the correct move.
   Jun-17-04 Kamsky vs Kramnik, 1994 (replies)
reasoanblep: not a blitz tournament. Gata Kamsky made his reappearance to play in New York's masters, a weekly rapid tournament.
   May-22-04 Spassky vs Averkin, 1973 (replies)
reasoanblep: Very nice sharp game. 26. Bc7 was also cute.
   May-18-04 Reti vs Spielmann, 1925
reasoanblep: This game appears in Soltis' "Pawn Structure Chess". The key point is the misguided Ks aggression by black, with Nh5-Qg4, which gave Reti a killer initiative.
   May-08-04 Karpov vs Gulko, 1996 (replies)
reasoanblep: For sneaky: Be7 was the mistake. black HAS to cd before Be7.
   Feb-29-04 Smyslov vs Petrosian, 1959
reasoanblep: This is appears to be the first game of Smyslov using his system against the KID (at least on chessgames)...
   Jan-31-04 Geller vs Polugaevsky, 1961 (replies)
reasoanblep: This game is included in Soltis' excellent book, "Pawn Structure Chess". It is quite a wild affair!
   Nov-13-03 X3D Fritz vs Kasparov, 2003 (replies)
reasoanblep: Also, don't forget that Kramnik blundered a N with fritz, just when he had a healthy lead and was looking like a lock to win the match. Even the great ones blunder (hint, hint: we shouldn't feel that bad about blundering our games after all :)
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