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Member since Jul-30-06 · Last seen Apr-23-07
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   ChrisBreeden has kibitzed 10 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-05-07 Karpov vs Kamsky, 1991 (replies)
ChrisBreeden: Here is a quote from Understanding the grunfeld about the move a6. According to theory b6 is more correct. "9.. a6 is also playable but White would normally then play 10 Rc1, when after cxd4 (it is unlikely that any other plan, e.g. with ... Nd7 and ...b5, will apply enough ...
   Jan-10-07 G Martineau vs C Saavedra, 1986
ChrisBreeden: I was possed with this Bc5 move in a blitz game once, and played b4 with something different of the evans in mind. The intentions were for control of the center, interesting line is; 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 Bc5 4. b4 Nxb4 5. c3 Nc6 6. Bxc6 bxc6 7. Nxe5 Qf6 (7... Qg5!? also ...
   Jan-05-07 Kasparov vs P Yamamoto, 2004 (replies)
ChrisBreeden: I think kasparov reached for a peice he had taken away from him already; the rook. lol, i've seen GM's promote two a bishop, preventing putting the guy in checking hoping to see if they dont capture it and go for a knight and bishop mate. But was only on ICC
   Oct-30-06 Kramnik vs I Sokolov, 2005 (replies)
ChrisBreeden: A very nice finish by kramnik. Sokalov resigned in view of <37... Nd4 38.Ng3+! Rxg3 39. fxg3 < 39... Nxf5 40. Rh4+! Nxh4 41. g4#> 39... Nf3+, this just delays the inevitble mate by two moves. 40. Kg2 e4 41. Kf2 (any move) 42. Rh4+ and mate >
   Oct-08-06 orio24 chessforum (replies)
ChrisBreeden: <orio24: <Eyal: As Susan Polgar commented, this game demonstrates a serious problem of Topalov's chess: he doesn't seem to have the patience to play an inferior position without doing something drastic.> That is very pertinent comment. But I still like that style, it ...
   Oct-08-06 Kramnik vs Topalov, 2006 (replies)
ChrisBreeden: Well maybe for the first time this match, we might see topalov play for a draw! :O
   Oct-01-06 Domdaniel chessforum (replies)
   Oct-01-06 Leko vs Svidler, 2005 (replies)
ChrisBreeden: <6... e5 7. Nb3 Be6 8. Be3 Be7> [ Svidler diverts from the much played Nd7 in search for a castling quickly to bring his rook in to play, also dampening whites play of g4 g5 by keeping constant observation on the g5 pawn with the bishop, and now if black can exchange his ...
   Sep-11-06 Raymond Keene (replies)
ChrisBreeden: <ray keene> after reading your bio I was interested in your parts in broadcasting Chees via TV. I am absolutely supportive of this idea! I wish there were more 'theoretical' based education offered on cable (ex, chess/mathematics/physics/biology, learning can be fun and ...
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