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Member since Oct-16-07 · Last seen Apr-05-08
19 year old chess lover studying physics
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   armis has kibitzed 9 times to chessgames  
   Oct-23-07 Petrosian vs N Rashkovsky, 1976 (replies)
armis: A model game by white how to handle Fischer's 11. ...♘h5
   Oct-20-07 Petrosian vs Quinteros, 1976 (replies)
armis: Very well handled by Petrosian. I especially like the part where he instead of grabbing the a pawn builds his position, deprives black from counterplay and squeezes him. It's a lot easier to play with a positional advantage than material one!
   Oct-20-07 Spassky vs Fischer, 1972 (replies)
armis: <klon3: 15.f3 is better also 18 Qd2> f3 is indeed better, covering g4. But I think that after 18.♕d2 black can just play 18. ...♕g6 with the idea 19. ...f5 and use his bishop pair. Nice game by Fischer. There is a game Gligoric-Kavalek where white demonstrates the ...
   Oct-17-07 Fedorowicz vs Vaganian, 1990 (replies)
armis: An effortless win by Fedorowicz! This game clearly demonstrates that white's space advantage in the center can make the kingside attack really dangerous. Black's natural moves didn't work out so well
   Oct-17-07 Rajkovic vs de Firmian, 1983
armis: I really enjoyed the way black played to avoid positional squeeze, searching active counterplay all over the board.
   Oct-16-07 Beliavsky vs Kasparov, 1979 (replies)
armis: Black didn't play vigorously enough to obtain counterplay, got cramped and then his weaknesess started to tell. This is a fine example of exploiting the weaknesess of the black queenside loosened by the move a6 and blockaded by a5.
   Oct-16-07 Gligoric vs Miles, 1974 (replies)
armis: This game clearly demonstrates what happens if black doesn't play vigorously and precisely in the modern benoni. Black got cramped and then his weaknesess started to tell. 22.e5! was a beautiful pawn sacrifice by Gligoric
   Oct-16-07 Portisch vs Kasparov, 1981 (replies)
armis: 15. ...c4! <Black's idea is ♘d7-c5, which is his main method of counterplay. It's true, the pawn on c4 may turn into a target for an enemy attack but black is going to prove viability of his position by tactical means.> I have some annotations to this game. An ...
   Oct-16-07 Gligoric vs Matulovic, 1967 (replies)
armis: Greetings I have some annotations to this game. It says that in this particular situation ( after black's a6 ) white can afford to omit the stereotyped a2-a4, saving time to concentrate his forces in the center and on the kingside. This one is a bit tricky for me to understand, ...
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