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   tigreton has kibitzed 252 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-23-20 I Saric vs M Gurevich, 2007 (replies)
tigreton: Don't forget that 26. Qc2 also allows 26 ... Qd4 27. Qg2! with mate. Another reason to keep the queen on the second rank.
   Jan-10-20 M Santos Ruiz vs R Praggnanandhaa, 2019
tigreton: Great game from the GM descendant of the great master Miguel de Unamuno.
   Dec-21-19 Adams vs Rachels, 1988 (replies)
tigreton: I agree.
   Dec-17-19 Z Milev vs Smyslov, 1964
tigreton: It's instructive to see how Smyslov transfers his knight in the endgame from f4 to d6, it could go to c5 in two moves attacking both b7 and e4, but Smyslov takes a longer route in order to keep the white king cut from the center.
   Dec-17-19 Adams vs L Comas Fabrego, 1988
tigreton: Great play!
   Nov-19-19 Geller vs Krogius, 1971
tigreton: Nice tactical shot, 23 ... Bxd5! Difficult to spot, even Geller missed it. Apparently the white pieces protect everything, but the queen is overloaded and can't defend d5 and f1 at the same time.
   Oct-08-19 Smyslov vs A J Mestel, 1980
tigreton: Nice final touch. 62. Nd8 deprives the black king the b7 square, forcing the queening of the a-pawn.
   Aug-30-19 Carlsen vs Ding Liren, 2019 (replies)
tigreton: If 41. f3 Bxf3 42. Bg1, then 42 ... Rc2+ looks decisive.
   Aug-27-19 I Nepomniachtchi vs M Vachier-Lagrave, 2019 (replies)
tigreton: Nepo is going for it, active play!
   Aug-24-19 Ding Liren vs Anand, 2019 (replies)
tigreton: Anand is clearly losing the thread of the game, now time trouble will make things much more difficult for him. Ding is waiting for a chance, material is almost equal and the white pieces are improving their activity.
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