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Bear With Me
Member since Jul-21-08 · Last seen Feb-09-09
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   Bear With Me has kibitzed 12 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-23-09 Spassky vs Fischer, 1972 (replies)
 
Bear With Me: Ray Keene featured this game in today's Times chess column: He suggests that on move 18 Spassky could have played Qe1, to defend the knight on c3, Fischer must be careful now, if Nbd7? Spassky can win with Nxd5!! Though after Qe1 the position is open to further analysis
 
   Jan-14-09 Fischer vs J Sherwin, 1962 (replies)
 
Bear With Me: Even on a board with only a few minor pieces left, Fischer manages in typical fashion to generate enough pressure to cause his opponent to falter: Move 25 Kc8? was the losing move, Ke6 would have got black out trouble: Fischer has a pawn advantage with a 3-1 majority on the ...
 
   Jan-09-09 Rubinstein vs Lasker, 1909 (replies)
 
Bear With Me: One of the greatest wins ever scored against Lasker. (Chernev)
 
   Dec-20-08 Rybka vs Nakamura, 2008 (replies)
 
Bear With Me: Come on Chess Games, this is rubbish!! How can you seriously allow a game like this to be considered to included in the collection? This is a Mickey-Mouse chess game and is a deliberate attempt to falsely engineer a long game in excess of 250 moves,no way that ths game should ...
 
   Dec-13-08 Paulsen vs Morphy, 1857 (replies)
 
Bear With Me: This celebrated and much-analyised game has attracted a lot of attention: With the advent of computers and fast running multi-processors it is now possible to dissect and forensically analyise these games with far more accuracy: (What would Morphy have thought that more than ...
 
   Dec-13-08 Morphy vs Paulsen, 1857 (replies)
 
Bear With Me: It is easy to overlook that Morphy had a good understanding of endgames, as well as being noted for his tactical play. In this respect I think he is similar to Tal, who as we all know was a tactical genius, but has many fine endgame wins to his credit where he shows excellent ...
 
   Nov-01-08 Anand vs Kramnik, 2008 (replies)
 
Bear With Me: A World title match is over after only 11 games !! Whatever happened to the old format played over 24 games, with adjournments? This was and still is a much better and fairer way to decide a match for the World title:
 
   Oct-12-08 Short vs S Conquest, 2008
 
Bear With Me: I watched this game live on the internet, the organisers did a superb job to show these games on the net !! I did not see how Short was going to find a way to break through, this was a very interesting and instructive endgame by Nigel:
 
   Sep-02-08 Nimzowitsch vs Tarrasch, 1914 (replies)
 
Bear With Me: Tarrasch could not possibly have worked all this out when he played Bxh2+. He probably sacrificed on gut instinct reasoning that there must be something in this position once the king was flushed out into the open: A nice finish at the end, ironic that after all the sacrifices,
 
   Aug-19-08 B Lalic vs S Gordon, 2008 (replies)
 
Bear With Me: This guy Lalic is lazy, he had too many short draws in this tournament and still finished =2nd. Maybe if he had pushed himself a bit harder he could have been British Champion? Or maybe he liked Liverpool so much, he preferred to spend his time looking round this interesting ...
 
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