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xeneizexxx
Member since May-28-06 · Last seen Sep-03-18
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   xeneizexxx has kibitzed 21 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-20-15 Karpov vs Beliavsky, 1981 (replies)
 
xeneizexxx: According to Tibor Károlyi it was 17.h3 (not 17.b3): <17.h3! This clever move not only creates a potentially useful escape square for the white King, but more importantly forces the enemy bishop to choose between two diagonals <"Karpov's strategic wins I: 1961 - 1985 The ...
 
   Dec-13-13 G Lestrelin vs E Bricard, 2011
 
xeneizexxx: A queen is worth three minor pieces. In this game black gets two minor pieces and a rook for the queen. And the better position as explained by Gilmoy.
 
   Aug-03-13 S Guliev vs Bacrot, 1992
 
xeneizexxx: <DrChopper: What about 31.Bxg5! if Qxg5 then 32.Rg1 Bg4 33.Bf3, etc... and white still got some chance to survive> 33.Bf3? and black wins with 33...Bxf3+ 34.Rg2 Qxg2#. Better is 33.h3 but after all the exchanges black is still winning with a rook and a pawn against the ...
 
   May-29-13 Xiu Deshun vs Lu Shanglei, 2013
 
xeneizexxx: I believe that 8...a5 is the way to go. The black queens knight makes me cry. Look at the final position: the white knight and the black knight.
 
   Feb-11-13 A Karklins vs A Dunne, 2004 (replies)
 
xeneizexxx: <Old King Cole: Why not 29. cxb5? (Pardon my stupidity.)> I think because 29...fxg2 attacks Rh1 and Kh3
 
   Jan-27-13 Carlsen vs Nakamura, 2013 (replies)
 
xeneizexxx: <goldenbear: I don't think Carlsen resembles Karpov at all. I'd say he resembles Lasker more than anybody. He plays normal, sometimes slightly dubious openings which take into account his opponent's character, his opponent then makes a series of incomprehensible moves, superb ...
 
   Jan-06-13 Pillsbury vs Winawer, 1896 (replies)
 
xeneizexxx: I love this player
 
   Jan-04-13 Dutch, Leningrad, Main Variation (A87)
 
xeneizexxx: I believe that the black dark square bishop is more important than the rook in the leningrad, at least it confuses your opponent and gives you more winning chances. See: R Fontaine vs M Vachier-Lagrave, 2007
 
   Jan-04-13 R Fontaine vs Vachier-Lagrave, 2007 (replies)
 
xeneizexxx: I believe that the black dark square bishop is more important than the rook in the leningrad, at least it confuses your opponent and gives you more winning chances.
 
   May-07-10 M Matlakov vs A A Ivanov, 2010
 
xeneizexxx: Why not 23...cxd4
 
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