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   ssitimefill has kibitzed 13 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-24-14 Karpov vs Timman, 1993
ssitimefill: 23 ... a6 should be an improvement for black, preventing the exchange of light square bishops.
   Sep-16-14 Alekhine vs Keres, 1942 (replies)
ssitimefill: 47 h5! is an awesome move.
   Sep-14-14 Alekhine vs Euwe, 1937 (replies)
ssitimefill: Pure speculation ... but maybe Carlsen had in mind a game like this one when he played the Reti against Anand in the WC match.
   Sep-12-14 Alekhine vs Saemisch, 1937
ssitimefill: The first knight sacrifice opens up the queenside. The second knight sacrifice smashes open the center.
   Sep-09-14 Alekhine vs Bogoljubov, 1936 (replies)
ssitimefill: ... 5 e6 really does seem like a poor move, would any elite players of today play a move like that? 12 dxb4 d3 13 Bxd3 Qxd3 14 Ra3 appears to give white a clear advantage.
   Sep-08-14 Alekhine vs C H Alexander, 1936 (replies)
ssitimefill: It is of course quite subjective, but this strikes me as one of Alekhine's most beautiful games.
   Sep-08-14 Alekhine vs Foltys, 1936 (replies)
ssitimefill: Very instructive knight sacrifice! I am surprised this game is not better known.
   Sep-07-14 Alekhine vs Bogoljubov, 1936
ssitimefill: The position after black's 39th move is given as a puzzle in Ray Cheng's "Practical Chess Exercises."
   Sep-06-14 Ahues vs Alekhine, 1936 (replies)
ssitimefill: A very instructive game!
   Sep-01-14 Alekhine - Bogoljubov World Championship Rematch (1934) (replies)
ssitimefill: It seems like this championship was held in at least 5 different cities. I imagine that driving between cities in Germany in 1934 took much longer and was much less comfortable than would be the case today. Did no Nazi think that the constant changing of location might have a ...
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