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stanleys
Member since Feb-16-05 · Last seen Jun-04-20
A keen chessplayer from Varna,Bulgaria.Had some good results in national junior championships,but now playing just for fun. My favorite player...If I have to give one name,this is Tigran V.Petrosian.Yes he is not so popular,but it's worth studying his games,you'll appreciate his great positional understanding and intuition ,his technique and his ability to explain what's going on on the board in several simple words. In fact there are many other players,that I would also call "favorite".I could divide them in two groups:"elegant positional players":besides Petrosian i would put there Rubinstein,Capablanca and Smyslov and ""dynamic,creative players":Keres,Bronstein,Simagin,Nezmetdinov,Ste- in(Tal is rather particular one)
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   stanleys has kibitzed 1125 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-31-20 P Hardicsay vs Adorjan, 1986 (replies)
 
stanleys: 16...Qc7! is a good move preventing the white's obvious idea of 17.f3 and 18.Kf2, castling by hand.The refutation is pretty
 
   May-23-20 Gelfand vs P Zarnicki, 2019
 
stanleys: Nothing wrong.Wins instantly
 
   May-23-20 Fischer vs Berliner, 1960 (replies)
 
stanleys: 30...Qe2 could be another option for black, exchanging queens. But Fischer wasn't forced to play 29.g4 as well
 
   Mar-30-20 Sasikiran vs B Khatanbaatar, 2000 (replies)
 
stanleys: Really can't understand what Black had in mind, when he played 12...Kxd7?!
 
   Mar-06-20 Stanislav Bogdanovich (replies)
 
stanleys: Such a tragedy :(((( May those young people rest in peace. But my God, why,why,why? a picture of them, just a few days ago - http://chess-news.ru/sites/default/...
 
   Jan-08-20 Vladimir Sergeevich Saigin
 
stanleys: A pic of him (in 1963) - https://i2.wp.com/belisrael.info/wp...
 
   Apr-12-19 Bronstein vs Deep Thought, 1992
 
stanleys: Much prettier conclusion of the game could have been 22... Qxf3 23. Qc7+ Nxc7 24. Nb6+ Kb8 25. Rxd8+ Ka7 26. Ra8+ Nxa8 27. Nc8#
 
   Mar-26-19 H Bogart vs L Bacall, 1951
 
stanleys: The two stars in action in another game of chess - https://images.ctfassets.net/23wh7e...
 
   Feb-25-19 A Tari vs D Sadzikowski, 2019
 
stanleys: < luzhin: Black could have turned the tables with the spectacular 33...Ne4!! which simply wins, the main point being that after 34.Qxd7 Rc1+ mates. For this reason White had to play 33.h3 before capturing on e6.> This is quite a nice tactical shot based on the back-rank ...
 
   Oct-06-18 Yakov Isaevich Neishtadt (replies)
 
stanleys: Happy 95-th birthday,Mr.Neishtadt!
 
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