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tigreton
Member since Mar-01-16 · Last seen May-19-22
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   tigreton has kibitzed 286 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-25-21 Andersson vs Sunye Neto, 1981
 
tigreton: 30 ... a5 runs into 31. Nb7 a4 32. Kf2 marching towards c5 and now b5 is very weak. There's a great video from GM Denes Boros explaining this game and how Andersson thinks in the long term, exploiting the important square c5 and the weakness of the black pawns a6-b5.
 
   Mar-26-21 Blackburne vs Anderssen, 1878
 
tigreton: Well, 29. cb3 is better, but Black could put some pressure with 29 ... d5.
 
   Sep-20-20 Spassky vs A Matanovic, 1962
 
tigreton: What amazes me the most about this game is that Spassky keeps transferring his slow attack from one file to another, making Black's defence harder and harder. First it seems he is going to break with f5, later you see he is targeting the g-file, but out of the blue he plays g5, Kg2
 
   Sep-18-20 Spassky vs Lobron, 1987
 
tigreton: Black was trying to build a kind of fortress with ...b6 and e5, but Spassky prevents it through e5 and b6!, not allowing the dark square bishop to obtain a good defended post, and breaking black pieces coordination. Great game!
 
   Sep-13-20 O Neikirch vs Botvinnik, 1960
 
tigreton: Nice coordination from the black pieces.
 
   Jul-13-20 Vitiugov vs A Aleksandrov, 2015
 
tigreton: What a fearless king!
 
   Jun-21-20 Benko vs Smyslov, 1949
 
tigreton: Pure Smyslov, simple but nice. The constant pressure of Black pieces over the centre and the a-pawn eventually makes White collapse. I like 28 ... Ra4 and 30 ... Qa5, making impossible to avoid the invasion with Rc3. The main mistake is 30. f3, which seriously weakens the second ...
 
   May-31-20 Petrosian vs Smyslov, 1949
 
tigreton: The way Smyslov slowly restricts White pieces in the endgame is really impressive. No doubt Petrosian, who was 20 years old at that time, learnt a lot from it.
 
   May-12-20 Sofia Polgar vs Adams, 1990
 
tigreton: It seems Adams saw all the line when he played 13 ... 0-0-0, quite a lot moves before. I think it would be great if politicians and experts all around the world were able to anticipate problems the way some GMs do.
 
   May-08-20 J Garcia Padron vs Korchnoi, 1981
 
tigreton: I can't help admiring Korchnoi's play.
 

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