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zydeco
Member since Sep-22-11
New York City -- 2050 ELO

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   zydeco has kibitzed 1966 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-13-19 Marshall vs Janowski, 1912
 
zydeco: Marshall gets swindled here. With 33.f3+ Kd5 34.Rac6 (according to the computer), white starts to form a mating net around black’s king.
 
   Dec-13-19 Marshall vs Janowski, 1912
 
zydeco: 18.Bc7! is a lovely move. As is 30....Rc2.
 
   Dec-13-19 Marshall vs Janowski, 1912
 
zydeco: This game is lost Inn the opening. 13....Qb6 puts the queen in range of white’s knight on a4. Black should play 13....Qc7 and tuck the queen on b8.
 
   Dec-13-19 Marshall vs Janowski, 1912
 
zydeco: Marshall swindles, Janowski over-presses. 46....Nc4 wins, 58....Rg4 draws.
 
   Dec-13-19 Janowski vs Marshall, 1912
 
zydeco: Nice game. Black is maybe asking for it with 16....Bf4, bidding for the initiative. 16....Nf6 is safer.
 
   Dec-13-19 Levenfish vs Alapin, 1912
 
zydeco: The real point Is 24....Rxc6 25.Rxe8+ Kxe8 26.Qe5+! (I missed this) Kf8 27.Rf7+ Kg8 28.Rxf6+ and mate next move. Just a lovely combination by Levenfish. 24.Nc6!! is gorgeous.
 
   Dec-10-19 O Bernstein vs Nimzowitsch, 1912
 
zydeco: I like the duel of the hanging rooks with 33.Re7 and 33....Rf1+.
 
   Dec-09-19 O Bernstein vs Levenfish, 1912
 
zydeco: Bernstein loses his way around move 29. 29.Bf3 looks solid.
 
   Dec-09-19 Rubinstein vs S Levitsky, 1912
 
zydeco: Sometimes you can almost feel how reluctant Rubinstein is to attack out of the opening - he always preferred to grind down an opponent, but in this case, black's opening play is so loose that he has almost no choice except to go for the killing stroke. It's always a disaster to both ...
 
   Dec-09-19 S Levitsky vs O Bernstein, 1912
 
zydeco: Levitsky was better most of this game. Unfortunately, 43.e6? is a blunder missing 44....Bc4+!
 

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