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Atking
Member since Jan-07-05 · Last seen Nov-27-21
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   Atking has kibitzed 4638 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-24-21 J Littlewood vs Botvinnik, 1961 (replies)
 
Atking: Facing the dragon sure of his power, little wood e5 is shaking... Why do I have to go to this square when the simple 16.Nce2 was possible...?
 
   Nov-22-21 Alireza Firouzja (replies)
 
Atking: Congratulation to the futur world champion!
 
   Nov-03-21 Tal vs Larsen, 1965
 
Atking: No matter that purists are trying to show by computers analysis that Tal's combination was incorrect but to evaluate that 17...g6! was clearly better than 17...f5 - as in some line Ra7 could defend h7 !- put your understanding of chess at an incredible level. In fact, adding h4 at ...
 
   Nov-01-21 Kasparov vs Korchnoi, 1983 (replies)
 
Atking: <Teyss> Right. In fact in the game 20.Nc8+ could be played avantagously as K8 keeps Rh8 out of play. For if 20...Kd8 21.Rc4! Rc7 22.Nd6 which seems to me already winning.
 
   Oct-27-21 Santasiere vs Kashdan, 1946
 
Atking: <sneaky pete> Interesting but what happens after 13...NxB ? If 14.Rh1 Bc5+ 15.Kf1 0-0!
 
   Oct-24-21 Kramnik vs Carlsen, 2008 (replies)
 
Atking: <cormier> What about 17.h4 ?
 
   Oct-24-21 Capablanca vs S Campos, 1927 (replies)
 
Atking: As it was noted by <Calli: <CowardlyKnight> Correct. Black can defend with 18...d5! The CG scorecard is right. This was a simul in Sao Paulo. Capablanca scored 21 wins 0 loses and allowed 2 draws.>> Indeed A simul isn't such thing as a serious game. Just one move to ...
 
   Oct-22-21 Robson vs Fedorowicz, 2010 (replies)
 
Atking: Large advantage from the opening - comp prep ? - The domination of center by White should be définitive, 17.Bf4 without fear of 17...NxB+ 18.QxN Nd3+ 19.QxN QxB+ 20.Kb1 as 21.b3 recovers the piece 21...Bb5? 22.NxB axN 23.Qd7#. Else 20...Rd8? 21.Qxa6 RxN 22.QxB+ Kd8 23.Qa8+ then ...
 
   Oct-21-21 T Rodewis vs A Naumann, 2005
 
Atking: More active is 28...Rca4 which looks more and less equal.
 
   Oct-16-21 Petrosian vs Fischer, 1971 (replies)
 
Atking: <kingscrusher>: To think about Fischer's 20 games win streak. At top level, without one draw, that's simply incredible more than this game which is a good one but should come at one moment.
 
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