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   tibone has kibitzed 191 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-13-11 Zhao Xue vs V Cmilyte, 2011 (replies)
tibone: It would have needed petrosian-like defensive skills to hold the position after 18. Ng3
   Jan-27-11 Kramnik vs L'Ami, 2011 (replies)
tibone: if he only was in this mood more often.
   Dec-27-10 Pavasovic vs D Steiner, 1999
tibone: 60...Kf7 is a mistake. 60...Kf8 is not better because of 61. Rh6 Qf7 62.Rh8+. But 60...Qxg6 61.Bxg6 Kxg6 was possible.
   Oct-02-10 Pandix vs Deep Junior, 2010 (replies)
tibone: 11. Na4 is a bad move.
   Sep-30-10 V Teterev vs M Gagunashvili, 2010 (replies)
tibone: White uses his bishop very good here.
   Sep-30-10 Nakamura vs Wang Hao, 2010 (replies)
tibone: Rybka wants to untangle the knights with 20.Rf4
   Sep-29-10 Mamedyarov vs E Berg, 2010 (replies)
tibone: With Bg5 white provokes the move h6 which weakens blacks kingside structure a little bit. Furthermore white can develop his queen to d2 with tempo. 16...b5 was interesting, but it seems that Mamedyarov found the refutation. On the official broadcasting site rybka proposes 22...Ne5. ...
   Sep-27-10 Spark vs Ktulu, 2010 (replies)
tibone: i donīt have a specific move, but i wonder why black never activated the king or pushed one of its passed pawns
   Sep-24-10 R Mamedov vs A Nguyen, 2010
tibone: This combination with Nxe4 is very common against the Philidor-system when black plays g7-g5 with the king on e8.
   Sep-21-10 K Berbatov vs D Chatterjee, 2010
tibone: I guess a4 32. a4 was very important because white needs the queenside to be open for his fast king. in hindsight 31...b6 was a mistake. with 31...a4 the queenside stays closed and the better developed white king is not so importent.
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