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Member since Mar-27-16 · Last seen Apr-25-23
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   Adenosina has kibitzed 18 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-14-23 Englisch vs Steinitz, 1883 (replies)
Adenosina: A classic (and model) game for understanding the power of the bishop pair.
   Mar-06-23 Kasparov vs Karpov, 1987
Adenosina: Great positional game by Kasparov! Karpov taught him well :)
   Sep-20-22 Giri vs Grischuk, 2015
Adenosina: What a game! Brilliantly played by Giri
   Sep-19-22 Naiditsch vs M Kopylov, 2016
Adenosina: Nice positional game by Naiditsch. The 22. Nf6+ is the final touch to well-played middlegame
   May-03-22 Geller vs Bolbochan, 1962
Adenosina: Important game. It is the first time the Nb3-Nc1-Na2-Nb4 idea was played. White got a very nice clamp on the d5-square. Ideal scenario. More than 20 years latter, Karpov employed this same idea against Nunn (in 1985). A very nice game as well, for those how are curious :)
   Sep-05-18 Petrosian vs Suetin, 1954 (replies)
Adenosina: Very nice game. Not easy to understand and properly assess the static weaknesses and the concrete dynamics of the positions which rise from KID. I specially like how Petrosian dealt with the e- and f- hanging pawns. I think it is highly instructive to say the least.
   Apr-11-18 Timman vs Korchnoi, 1974 (replies)
Adenosina: I find 30. ...d4+ and 31. ...f4+ such an elegant moves which fit perfectly with the counterattacking style that Korchnoi is and will be forever known for.
   Apr-09-18 Larsen vs Korchnoi, 1973 (replies)
Adenosina: It is a nice game, in fact Korchnoi got the initiative with the Black pieces with an interesting exchange sacrifice which did unbalance the game. Furthermore, the resulting position is quite typical of different color bishops where the intiative (in this case, it was in Korchnoi ...
   Mar-27-18 Geller vs Korchnoi, 1971 (replies)
Adenosina: Interesting game. Geller got a very nice position out of the opening but according to MGP, at a given point Geller had to sacrifice material (24. ... Bh5! followed by Rf6!! which is a very nice move to make) but it seems he was not in the mood for such aggresion. Nonetheless, the ...
   Feb-28-18 Suetin vs Korchnoi, 1967
Adenosina: Very interesting game! As it has already been commented before, 20 ... h5! is a great move, not easy to do from a positional point of view. Furthermore, I find very inspiring how the e3-dark-squared bishop not only does restrict White pieces, but it also threats the White King. ...
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