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Member since Jan-27-21
New to chess - an adult learner and improvement enthusiast. Working on the Caro Kann. Huge Karpov fan. Interests include Reading, Philosophy (Existentialism, in particular Sartre and de Beauvoir) and Football (Tottemham Hotspur).
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   srkoziol has kibitzed 4 times to chessgames  
   Feb-25-23 Ahues vs Nimzowitsch, 1930
srkoziol: Running this game through an engine it does appear somewhat "ordinary". I think the "typical" comes from the way Nimzowitsch steadily increased his positional advantage from about move 25 forward. Reading Nimzo's annotations, he refers to the need to take the e2 Bishop on move 13 ...
   Jan-29-23 Nimzowitsch vs M Romi, 1930 (replies)
srkoziol: Agreed on 9.Bd5 - the engine calls it ?!, but nevertheless it is a very strong and insightful move.
   Jan-07-23 Nimzowitsch vs Ahues, 1930
srkoziol: It seems that Nimzowitsch fully exploited every Ahues mistake. After 18...fxe5, it was a clinic.
   Sep-03-22 Naroditsky vs Jakovenko, 2015 (replies)
srkoziol: The opening seemed odd but what an endgame. Several outstanding moves especially 4.Ba5 for me.
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