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   Flemming has kibitzed 74 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-05-22 T Glimbrant vs M Santos Ruiz, 2018
Flemming: 109. Rg4 was good for draw. The check just gave black king that one square he needed!
   Aug-16-22 P Ostojic vs D Minic, 1969
Flemming: After terrible defeat against Todor Rakić in previous round, Minić desperately needed a win. He chooses impatient 8. ...b6 amd 9. ...Bb7 and after few moves he is practically lost. Just look at his position after 15. ...Rc6. Then it was as Ostojić couldn't find a proper plan. ...
   Aug-16-22 Ljubojevic vs A Matanovic, 1969
Flemming: Only year later Ljubojević was a tough nut to for everyone, but in 1969 he was still struggling in the openings. here he made couple of coffee shop orangutan moves 6. f4? and 14. g4? so that Matanović had chance for devastating 16. ...d4!! He played "safer" and "more solid" and ...
   Jun-14-22 Andreas Heirich vs Romanishin, 2004
Flemming: Romanishin - as Tal - was hard workerm and capable of find moves that only decades later were ruleda s the best of the best by most modern engines. (No wonder that Romanishin was heavily pursued by Soviet state team in order to support their champion...) Here he found that 7. ...
   Jun-02-22 M Kandic vs N Benmesbah, 2012 (replies)
Flemming: After 24. Nxe6 fxe6 25. Qxc7 -White gets check-mated in 3.
   Apr-29-22 de Riviere vs P Journoud, 1859 (replies)
Flemming: For years I thought 8. Qc7 was the best "stopping the development of black pieces", but Fischer at this moment played 8. Qd1 against Tal in Curacao (candidates tournaments, in the first half, when he still had hopes he could win /in latter half he only made draws and "practiced" ...
   Mar-05-22 Rishi Gupta Ananya vs M Samadashvili, 2016 (replies)
Flemming: 49. Be5?? In 29th move, though, Black had better than 29. ...e2, namely 29. ...Be4+ with win.
   Feb-08-22 B Thelen vs Alekhine, 1943
Flemming: 20. ...f5 - I tried to understand this move, and I wanted to trust Alekhine, that it must have been a kind of prophylaxis "first to stop white attack on King'f flank and then...", but it seems it was mistake. Black could have had an edge had he played 20. ...Nxc2 right away. And ...
   Feb-08-22 C Carls vs Alekhine, 1943
Flemming: Theory doesn't like 5. ...Bc5, which was Alekhine's favourite move in various Ruy Lopez and Scottish game positions, and I guess he played it here by habit. 7. g3 looks like an inaccuracy, inviting 7. ...h5, but it was good move. Nevertheless, Alekhine played "modern" and "unheard"
   Jun-27-21 P Smederevac vs N Karaklajic, 1955
Flemming: 49. c4? 49. Bc2 could save the game.
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