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   Jul-10-14 Fritz vs Kasparov, 1992 i have a question to a move... sry for my not so deep going understanding of that game, i´m an amateur and i have no engine to check that move... but, i would have played (probably because i´m an amateur :)) 43...Bc5 what is your opinion on that move ?
   Jan-03-11 Morozevich vs Onischuk, 2011 (replies) omg how could he lose that one? things startet getting worse with 19.g6
   Aug-14-10 Piket vs Kasparov, 1989 (replies) : <sleepyirv: <BillTaylor10> Qxf2, and Black is up a piece.> Black was already up a piece before taking on f2... White should have played 26.hxg3 with a slight positional disadvantage, but could at least fight for a draw then
   Aug-10-10 Potkin vs H Wang, 2010 (replies) <CapablancaFan122> but in fact, what should he play? there is no other moves left...?!23...Nhf4 could follow anyway
   Aug-09-10 V Laznicka vs F Berkes, 2010 (replies) nice attack
   Aug-08-10 Potkin vs Y Wang, 2010 33.e4 Nxe4 34.Re3 Nd2 A good demonstration of miscalculation loses 2 pawns at the end
   Jun-29-10 Botvinnik vs Kotov, 1946 (replies) 23.Ng3 what a blunder
   Jun-24-10 Tal vs Beliavsky, 1974 (replies) <I wonder what Tal had in mind when he played 14. Ne5. Maybe I am somehow grossly wrong but the result of exchanging white d-pawn for black h-pawn seems to greatly favour black> isn´t it always better to give away a pawn from the side to if possible take one in the ...
   Jun-22-10 Carlsen vs Radjabov, 2010 (replies) <the sixteenth move of black seems wrong: perhaps g 4 maintains the tension and keeps the bishop pair> ...16.g4 17.Nh2 loses a pawn
   Jun-21-10 Ponomariov vs Carlsen, 2010 (replies) i don´t know, is this a kind of carlsen effect? ponomariovs play got completely confused the longer the game lasts. and in the end, out of nothing carlsens advantage is back-breaking
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