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   Checkmate4327 has kibitzed 57 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Oct-27-04 Calvia Olympiad (2004) (replies)
Checkmate4327:, in the list of participants Loek Van Wely and L Van Wely are the same person.
   Oct-09-04 Leko vs Kramnik, 2004 (replies)
Checkmate4327: <Pheonix> 20...Kg8 just wins, doesn't it? 17 Nxf7 works in no lines.
   Oct-02-04 Leko vs Kramnik, 2004 (replies)
Checkmate4327: <Dudley> He doesn't even need to be ahead to win.
   Sep-30-04 Kramnik vs Leko, 2004 (replies)
Checkmate4327: Fritz 8: = 0.00 after 15 Nd5, 15 Nd1 or 15 Ne2!
   Sep-18-04 A Selezniev vs Bogoljubov, 1915 (replies)
Checkmate4327: <Chessical> This isn't a Trompowsky. 1 d4 Nf6 2 Bg5 is the Trompowsky.
   Sep-18-04 Geller vs Korchnoi, 1960 (replies)
Checkmate4327: In 'Chess Is My Life', Korchnoi comments about 17 Bxg7: " It is difficult to admit this to the reader, or even to myself, but I overlooked this move! King safety is one of the most important features in the middle game, and therefore the loss of the pawn at g7 is bound to give
   Sep-15-04 Kasimdzhanov vs Ganguly, 2004 (replies)
Checkmate4327: Rising Champ, The Two Knights Defence is definitely not frowned upon - Ng5 leads to unclear complications, while 4 d4 exd4 5 0-0 Nxe4 seems to lead to an equal endgame (this is from the book 'Play the Open Games as Black' by John Emms.
   Aug-19-04 Morozevich vs H G Brendel, 2004
Checkmate4327: 17 Bxc6 looks terrible. I assume you mean 18 Bxc6, when Rxb7 19 Bxb7 Rb8 wins back the piece, as after 20 Be4 White has 20...Rb1+, winning the rook on h1.
   Aug-05-04 Janowski vs Capablanca, 1916 (replies)
Checkmate4327: Calli, are you saying that you think 4...Bf5 and 6...Bc8 is good for Black? I'd prefer 4...e6.
   Aug-04-04 Morphy vs E Morphy, 1849 (replies)
Checkmate4327: Black had 19...Bxf2+! 20 Kxf2 Rb8 21 Rxe8 Nxe8 22 Qxf7+ Kxf7 23 Ne5+ Ke6 26 Re1 Rxb2+, when he's a pawn up. If 23 Re1, then 23...Rxb2+ 24 Kg1/g3 Nf6 and Black is again a pawn up.
   Jul-04-04 Bronstein vs Deep Blue, 1996 (replies)
   Jun-29-04 E Cohn vs Rubinstein, 1909 (replies)
   Jun-28-04 Adams vs V Akopian, 2004 (replies)
   Jun-27-04 Adams vs Nakamura, 2004 (replies)
   Jun-27-04 Z Kozul vs Rublevsky, 2004 (replies)
   Jun-26-04 Nakamura vs Adams, 2004 (replies)
   Jun-19-04 M Paragua vs Bologan, 2004 (replies)
   Jun-19-04 Carlsen vs Aronian, 2004 (replies)
   Jun-03-04 L Muller vs Keres, 1934 (replies)
   May-20-04 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
   May-19-04 S Maduro vs L Dobrovolsky, 2001 (replies)
   May-19-04 Bronstein vs Boleslavsky, 1944
   May-18-04 M Gurevich vs H Hamdouchi, 2003
   May-17-04 S Sery vs Z Vecsey, 1921 (replies)
   May-10-04 Bronstein vs E Rojahn, 1956 (replies)
   May-07-04 S Ionov vs Beliavsky, 2004 (replies)
   Apr-14-04 J Mora Corbera vs Suttles, 1964 (replies)
   Apr-14-04 Tal vs Koblents, 1957 (replies)
   Apr-14-04 Alekhine vs Capablanca, 1914 (replies)
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