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Member since Dec-14-06 · Last seen Jan-13-20
i'm trying to get superstrong.
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   superstoned has kibitzed 175 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-29-19 Marshall vs Tartakower, 1924
superstoned: Alekhine considers 8...Ne4 a blunder that drops a pawn. Only after White misses chances for pushing e3-e4 and then finally allows trades resulting in a bishop vs knight does Black emerge fortunate and relatively unscathed. AA describes 24...d5 as a classy sacrifice and says ...
   Mar-25-19 Alekhine vs Teichmann, 1921
superstoned: Tactics flow from a superior position.
   Mar-10-19 Alekhine vs G A Thomas, 1923
superstoned: Wow. Imagine calculating the following variations OTB before playing 31.Nd6 and hitting your clock: 31.Nd6 Ba6 (if 31... Qc7 32.Rd1) 32.Rxf4 Rxf4 33.gxf4 and the most challenging reply 33...Qc3! 34.Rd1 Rxe3 (or 34... Qxe3+ 35.Kh1 Qe1+!? 36.Bf1 Bxf1 37.Rxe1 Rxe1 38.c7 Bc4+ ...
   Feb-19-19 Alekhine vs Teichmann, 1923
superstoned: Alekhine suggests that accepting the paw sac with 24.axb5 fostered the draw. Instead he recommends either 24.Rfe1 or 24.Rc2
   Jan-31-19 Alekhine vs I Koenig, 1922
superstoned: A game where Alekhine, as Black takes a beating in a very similar opening line took place over a year earlier: Teichmann vs Alekhine, 1921
   Sep-29-18 Alekhine vs S Levitsky, 1913 (replies)
superstoned: Disagreements between the moves provided here by and the 1985 Dover Pub, Alekhine text: 5. ... Nc6! 6. d3 Be7 7. Nf3 and 26. Re1 Qh8 27. Qe3! Rd8 28. Nxe5 Kf6 29. Nxg4+! Bxg4 30. Qe5+ Black resigns
   Jul-24-18 Nimzowitsch vs Alekhine, 1912 (replies)
superstoned: <Phony Benoni>, a Roland for an Oliver!
   May-04-15 Italian Teams (2015) (replies)
superstoned: <Sokrates> They are all at the Russian League,,typo i guess.
   Mar-21-15 Keres vs Kotov, 1950
superstoned: <Hidden Skilz> I thought about 13.Re1+ in the variation 11...Nxd5 12.exd5 Qf5 but realized that actually keeping the Rook on f1 is much stronger. (In the variation above, after 13.Re1+ Ne5 14.f4 h6! the Black Queen escapes further harassment and White loses some of his ...
   Feb-15-15 Nunn vs Carlsen, 2006 (replies)
superstoned: <'In the right place at the wrong time'> The White King gets to the saving square h1; only he failed to first trade the rooks off!
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