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   ColdSong has kibitzed 347 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-24-23 Petrosian vs Bronstein, 1956
ColdSong: ''How deep is your move''
   Jan-24-23 Alekhine vs Bogoljubov, 1929
ColdSong: And again in this match Alekhine tries with white a not so promising plan after all,but apparently knows what he does and manage to stay alive thanks to his gift for enough activity.
   Jan-23-23 Bogoljubov vs Alekhine, 1929
ColdSong: An example of endless pressure on the white squares in 1929,a strategy Karpov was the absolute master.
   Jan-21-23 Bogoljubov vs Alekhine, 1929 (replies)
ColdSong: I'd like to say ''activate your army to make your knights and bishops as best as possible in the long run''.You will not avoid a long run against strong players.Only genius can.And you know there is (almost) no genius.
   Jan-18-23 Bogoljubov vs Euwe, 1928
ColdSong: I'm fond of Euwe's style,who had IMO a very special instinct to find the dynamically most promising,without being foolish,variations,coming from openings he had the secret,and finally made the feeling that this dynamism was what one call strategy.But true,After WW2,the russians ...
   Jan-15-23 Giri vs D Gukesh, 2023 (replies)
ColdSong: Gukesh is very dangerous,but has to feel now,at least for some time,as usual,the difference of the highest level.
   Jan-10-23 Bogoljubov vs Marshall, 1925
ColdSong: That's true.Marshall has often to be admired.Don't forget Marshall.
   Jan-09-23 Bogoljubov vs Tarrasch, 1925
ColdSong: Can one see Tarrasch trying this defense without a smile ? How to say it.It did not completely suit to his style.But he wanted.All right.
   Dec-30-22 Heinrich Wolf
ColdSong: About 30 wins and 60 draws against high level opponents.Definitely worth a look.
   Dec-24-22 Rudolf Spielmann
ColdSong: After a close look to Spielmann's games against strong opponents,I think one must know Spielmann's legend as the last romantic player has to be relativized.Safe and solid openings with white and black,and no too risky ideas.Still very interesting games of course.
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