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Member since Jun-23-19 · Last seen Oct-23-21
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   AlexPomor has kibitzed 15 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-04-21 E Terpugov vs Petrosian, 1957
AlexPomor: User: kingscrusher 19: Nxb5! May be. And what about 19...Nxe5 and 20... Rb8 or 20...0-0 and Rb8? What you will do (especially on the board without any Stockfishes etc?)
   Sep-19-21 Tal vs Dzindzichashvili, 1991 (replies)
AlexPomor: As Botvinnik - Keres in FIDE World Championship Tournament 1948: 19.Bc1, 21.Rxg7+ etc. Botvinnik won in 23, Tal in 26.
   Sep-05-21 Tal vs Sviridov, 1969
AlexPomor: This game isn't completed. 18. fxg7 Be6 19. g8Q+ Kd7 20. Qxc8+ Kxc8 21. Bxd2 And only then black resigned.
   Aug-30-21 Karpov vs Sosonko, 1987
AlexPomor: 20.Nf5+
   Aug-24-21 Morozevich vs M Roiz, 2011 (replies)
AlexPomor: 15...Qxb3??? Michael Roiz (GM 2680) didn't know claccical game Janowski vs Capablanca, 1916??? Well, Morozevich conducted a class with Roiz about Capablanca classical games and planes. "Study chess classics!" (Morozevich).
   Aug-14-21 Kovalenko vs V Keymer, 2019
AlexPomor: Very beautiful attack! Maybe white "took some risk with <16.d5>" and other attack moves, maybe all attack was uncorrect, but attack without risk is very boring and not interesting (D. Bronstein).
   Aug-08-21 Karpov vs Timman, 1977
AlexPomor: "If you don't know how to play, change your bad piece on good one your rival, and you will win". Karpov hasn't told it... but he might, I think.
   Jul-16-21 K Grigorian vs Dzindzichashvili, 1971 (replies)
AlexPomor: After 24.B:d7 white has an advantage (fe, 24...Q:d7 25.Ne5 Qd5 26.N:f7 Rg7 27.Ne5+Ke7 28.Rf4 etc.) I doubt would white win but the white's position is better.
   Jul-07-21 Goryachkina vs P Shuvalova, 2020
AlexPomor: 6...Nh5, and black wins (Botwinnik's plan against Change System). For example, 7. Ne5 Nxf4 8.ef 0-0, then c6, Na6-c7, f6, Bd6 and e6-e5.
   Sep-29-20 Vladimir Simagin
AlexPomor: He was a prototype of the central character (Sergei Khlebnikov) in the soviet film "Grandmaster" (1972).
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