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   totololo has kibitzed 230 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-09-09 Petrosian vs Korchnoi, 1971 (replies)
totololo: Is it not this match that was arranged by the Russian government to let Petrosian to face Fischer? Do I miss something? Kortchnoi could play better then that.....
   Aug-05-09 Polugaevsky vs Ivanchuk, 1992 (replies)
totololo: I am surprised that nobody noticed this very good game.....
   Aug-05-09 Anand vs Polugaevsky, 1993 (replies)
totololo: This game is important in the evaluation of the light squares importance in this variation of the English attack.... Polo at his best months before his premature pass away....
   Aug-05-09 Polugaevsky vs D Anic, 1993
totololo: A lesson in strategy!
   Aug-02-09 M Umansky vs The World, 2009 (replies)
totololo: No draw offer .... let him come
   Aug-01-09 Fischer vs Spassky, 1992 (replies)
totololo: How can you even think that Gazza will praise high FIscher and accept that F> was and is No1 chess player for all time? and by the way who cares? F> has nothing to demonstrate to anybody. Looking from high, he should have some fun looking to patzers like us.....
   Aug-01-09 S Garcia Martinez vs Spassky, 1965
totololo: It is interesting to see Spassky and Fischer how similar were at the begining and how Fischer evolved to become the all time No1.
   Aug-01-09 Stein vs Geller, 1967 (replies)
totololo: 53. Bd5?
   Aug-01-09 Beliavsky vs Geller, 1973
totololo: This game is not important from the theretical point of view of the variation. However is very interesting game. Geller, an expert of the variation thought to a nice swindle as an answer to the Bd3 played by B>. a4 pawn should fall and the black pawn majority should win on the ...
   Aug-01-09 Polgar vs Goldin, 1993 (replies)
totololo: A very nice game where Goldin try to swindle J> and he got the axe....Very instructive play against swindlers
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