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   tex has kibitzed 47 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Apr-02-05 Caro-Kann Defense (B12) (replies)
 
tex: <ongyj> In Caro-Kann Black doesn't suffer from French Bad Bishop problem. That's the positional compensation.
 
   Mar-27-05 Queen's Gambit Accepted (D20) (replies)
 
tex: <azaris> I haven't seen many players who are desperate to avoid QGA with White.
 
   Mar-14-05 Queen's Gambit Declined (D55) (replies)
 
tex: In Seville Kasparov opened with 1. c4 almost all of his games. In New York/Lyon it was 1. e4. He wasn't pure 1. d4 player in 1989, though he did prefer d-pawn in early 1980s. But, during his reign as WC he played 1. e4 more often.
 
   Feb-12-05 Nimzo-Indian (E20) (replies)
 
tex: <olaf> If you play QGA you must be warned - DO NOT TRY TO DEFEND THE PAWN! That may be fine against total patzers, but players with any skill will usually destroy you quickly.
 
   Jan-28-05 Lawrence Day (replies)
 
tex: <OBD> Well I'm no IM Day (or any other IM for that matter), but I can tell ya that Nimzo/QID is type of the opening where understanding of basic ideas means a lot, instead learning lines by heart. But, White can always avoid all fun lines no matter what you play. That's one of ...
 
   Jan-27-05 Fischer vs Keres, 1962 (replies)
 
tex: 11...Nd7 is named Keres variation of Ruy Lopez Closed Chigorin. Keres introduced it in Curacao against Fischer - he won the first game and lost the second. Nd7 neevr gained popularity of 11...Qc7 but is very sound and type of move that can unsttle your opponent.
 
   Jan-27-05 Queen's Indian (E12) (replies)
 
tex: Maybee you should check what great GM practioners of QID play against 1.e4
 
   Jan-26-05 Corus Group A (2005) (replies)
 
tex: He turned Tory? In time when Tory party is on historical low?
 
   Jan-25-05 Kramnik vs Van Wely, 2005 (replies)
 
tex: marshall attack is the most exciting drawing weapon
 
   Jan-25-05 Queen's Gambit Declined, Albin Counter Gambit (D08) (replies)
 
tex: I only said that Moro hasn't played (according to cg.com database) any Albins in 12 years, and that it seems he droped it. I never said AM confied to me and said he isn't going to play Albin Countergambit ever again. Congratulations to Morozevich on his victory, but you ...
 
   Jan-03-05 Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav (D43) (replies)
   Dec-31-04 Caro-Kann, Classical (B19) (replies)
   Dec-31-04 Kasparov vs Petrosian, 1981 (replies)
   Dec-31-04 Ruy Lopez, Berlin Defense (C65) (replies)
   Dec-30-04 K Marx vs Meyer, 1867 (replies)
   Dec-30-04 SmartFish Chess Masters (2004) (replies)
   Dec-29-04 Queen's Gambit Declined (D06) (replies)
   Dec-23-04 A Stefanova vs A Muzychuk, 2004
   Dec-23-04 Z Kozul vs Topalov, 2004 (replies)
   Dec-08-04 Tal vs Benko, 1959 (replies)
   Dec-05-04 Z Kozul vs Rublevsky, 2004 (replies)
   Dec-04-04 Kasparov vs Karpov, 1990 (replies)
   Dec-03-04 Sicilian, Rossolimo Variation (B31) (replies)
   Dec-01-04 Ulf Andersson (replies)
   Nov-29-04 Nakamura vs Kudrin, 2004 (replies)
   Nov-28-04 A Bannik vs Tal, 1958 (replies)
   Nov-26-04 A Timofeev vs Kasparov, 2004 (replies)
   Nov-24-04 Bird's Opening (A02) (replies)
   Nov-23-04 Morozevich vs Svidler, 2004 (replies)
   Nov-14-04 Robatsch (B06) (replies)
   Nov-14-04 Kramnik vs Piket, 1995 (replies)
   Nov-06-04 Fred South (replies)
   Nov-01-04 Z Kozul vs K Haznedaroglu, 2004 (replies)
   Oct-23-04 Predrag Nikolic (replies)
   Oct-18-04 Kramnik vs Leko, 2004 (replies)
   Oct-16-04 Leko vs Kramnik, 2004 (replies)
   Oct-16-04 Spassky vs Petrosian, 1969 (replies)
   Oct-12-04 Rublevsky vs Kasparov, 2004 (replies)
   Oct-11-04 Petrosian vs Korchnoi, 1977 (replies)
   Oct-08-04 Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav (D44) (replies)
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