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   tacticalmonster has kibitzed 622 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-09-13 Borislav Ivanov (replies)
tacticalmonster: There are overwhelming evidence that he is cheating: 1) A player doesn't just perform like a 2700 in one tournament and then play like an 1800 in the next tournament. 2) He played every top choices of Houdini in one of his blitz games! ( almost an impossible feat for a human
   May-12-13 Anand - Carlsen World Championship Match (2013) (replies)
tacticalmonster: I think the match is now evenly matched: Anand: home field advantage, opening knowledge and enormous WC experience. Carlsen: Better technique, more psychological edge and youthful energy. Anand has the better chance in dynamic position while Carlsen has the edge in ...
   May-12-13 Norway Chess (2013) (replies)
tacticalmonster: I don't understand why other top chess players call Carlsen a complete all rounder in chess. Carlsen obviously has a very positional style and I haven't seen many dynamic positions in his games. < asiduodiego > He hasn't lost a single game yet. Of course he isn't ...
   Mar-26-13 Fischer vs Spassky, 1972 (replies)
tacticalmonster: The GREATEST sacrifice of all time! Spassky was so amazed at the depth of this sacrifice ( Fischer sacrificed all 16 pieces ) that he went on to lose game 3,5,6,8 and 10!
   Oct-12-12 Grand Slam Chess Final (2012) (replies)
tacticalmonster: Anand finally had a decisive game!
   May-31-12 Anand - Gelfand World Championship Match (2012) (replies)
tacticalmonster: The most exciting part about this championship match is that it is finally over. I have never seen such a boring world championship!
   Mar-23-12 Bogoljubov vs G A Thomas, 1922 (replies)
tacticalmonster: 1) White king must not walk into the a1-h8 diagonal 2) White king cannot capture the rook on the a-file 3) White king must stop black rook from reaching the c-file without any concession from Black 79 Kd5 Ra5+ 80 Kc4 Ra4+ 81 Kb3 ( 81 Kd3 Rd4+ 82 Kc2 a1=Q 83 c8=Q+ Rd8 84 ...
   Mar-17-12 Vitacek vs Duras, 1900 (replies)
tacticalmonster: very easy: 22 Qe3+ 23 Bd2 (23 Rd2 Rf1#) Qxd2+ 24 Rxd2 Rf1+ 25 Rd1 Nb3+ 26 cxb3 Bxb2# Time spent: 90 sec
   Feb-27-12 Ivanchuk vs Tiviakov, 2008 (replies)
tacticalmonster: I saw only this continuation: 20 cxb5 Rxc3 21 bxa6 Qc7 22 Rxc3 Qxc3 23 Qxc3 Rxc3 24 a7 Rc8 25 Ba6 Re8 26 Bb7- White will emerge with B pair with a pawn up, a easy win at this level. I did not see the point of the reply Nf6 which threatens the e4 pawn and open up c8-e6 ...
   Feb-16-12 Larsen vs Ljubojevic, 1972 (replies)
tacticalmonster: What is even more impressive is that how did Fischer shut out a player like Larsen 6-0? Fischer just completely destroyed Larsen's spirit back in 1971 and he was never the same player again after that.
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