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ronaldpatzer
Member since Feb-28-20 · Last seen May-12-20
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   ronaldpatzer has kibitzed 14 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-12-20 M Lamon vs Weeramantry, 1990
 
ronaldpatzer: 16. Rac1 was also a bad move. Because the white queen lost space to move.
 
   May-09-20 Botvinnik vs N Grigoriev, 1927
 
ronaldpatzer: <beatgiant> Thanks!
 
   Mar-24-20 Reshevsky vs Mecking, 1967
 
ronaldpatzer: Crucial for black was 24...Nh5 The continuation could be: 25.Ne3 Bd4 26.Bg2 Kg8 27.Kh2 Qf6 28.Qxa5 b6 29.Qd2 Nc7 30.Qc 1b5 31.a4. But the kingside attack remains more dangerous for black and there is a possible issue of white invading on the b file with the rook. The thing is
 
   Mar-24-20 Tal vs Najdorf, 1970 (replies)
 
ronaldpatzer: If 10 ...Bxc6 11. Nd5 Bxd5 12.exd5 e5 whites plan here was to further weaken black's pawn structure on the queenside and, via the open files, to attack the pawns directly. Black's two eak pawns particularly the c pawn, stifle his pieces.
 
   Mar-24-20 Smyslov vs Korchnoi, 1967 (replies)
 
ronaldpatzer: The threat of Rg1 after Ne5 forced the black knight to abandon the pawn. 32. Ne5 was a clever move, preventing ...g5 (because Nf3 attacking the pawn a second time and the rook at the same time), There was constantly the threat of Nf3 ...Rh3 Rg1 followed by Kf1 and Kg2 trapping ...
 
   Mar-24-20 Taimanov vs Uhlmann, 1970
 
ronaldpatzer: Reshevsky in his book the art of positional play tells us that Uhlmann gave up all hopes after 42... Kd5 because it gives up any thought of promoting the a-pawn. Also, 45. Be5 is interesting, it prevents Bd6 attacking the h2 pawn. It seems like a final touch. After that white ...
 
   Mar-07-20 L Barden vs Rossolimo, 1950
 
ronaldpatzer: 19. b4? (giving c4 to the Knight and here black Knight takes a LOT of space from white) and after 22. exd5 (letting black's center pawn become mobile) white was already beyond lost.
 
   Mar-05-20 Rubinstein vs Schlechter, 1912
 
ronaldpatzer: And it is also interesting how rubinstein chosed the develop the bishop first before trying to get the rook in the 7th. Also, even the engine recommends 13 ... a6 and I don't quite understand why, I know the bishop on b5 is strong and takes a lot of space, but I don't like the ...
 
   Feb-28-20 Miles vs Ljubojevic, 1983
 
ronaldpatzer: 22 ... Bd6 and 23 Bb6 (apparently exploiting a inefficient black rook's placement on a6 and the other undeveloped black rook) are very interesting. It seems to me that Bd6 gave white a tempo. 22...Be7 23.Rc7 Bd6 (and white's Bb6 doesn't work anymore) 24.Nc5 Bxc7 25.Nxa6 Bd8 and
 
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