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HamasHamas
Member since Jan-28-06 · Last seen Apr-20-06
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   HamasHamas has kibitzed 18 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-20-06 Kasparov vs L Zaid, 1977 (replies)
 
HamasHamas: A doubly impressive game for young Garry, who has already been whipped twice by his opponent. This is a game of a future World Champion, for overall brilliance and maturity at such a young age.
 
   Apr-20-06 V Dydyshko vs Kasparov, 1978 (replies)
 
HamasHamas: Brutal technique by White. This is Jeremy Silman's opening as White. Yaz once tried to use it against Bob Gelfand to bust the King's Indian. Rechecking that game couldn't hurt.
 
   Apr-20-06 N Kagan vs Kasparov, 1978 (replies)
 
HamasHamas: 38 Kc2 obviously draws. After 38 Rf5 (also playable) Rg2 39 b4?? is suicidal, allowing Black's King in, when White's is pinned down. Not moving the b-pawn will still hold for White.
 
   Apr-20-06 Kholmov vs Kasparov, 1978 (replies)
 
HamasHamas: The above note is wrong, and after 45...Kg6? 46 d5! is a winning breakthru, with Black's King going the wrong way. Kholmov was always a very strong player.
 
   Apr-20-06 N Andrianov vs Kasparov, 1978 (replies)
 
HamasHamas: VERY nice and cool-headed game by Andrianov. We must check to see if he is in the database...
 
   Apr-20-06 Timoscenko vs Kasparov, 1978 (replies)
 
HamasHamas: 26 + 27 ! 'Play for material gain. Whatever your opponent gives, you take, unless you see a good reason not to.' 41...Kg8 42 Ra1! f5 ( 42...f6 43 Ra8+ Kf7 44 Qd7 mate; 42...Kf8 43 Qh8+ Ke7 44 Ra7+ wins.) 43 Ra8+ Kf7 44 Qh8 wins.
 
   Apr-20-06 M Shereshevsky vs Kasparov, 1978 (replies)
 
HamasHamas: Impressive game. There are games where young Garry seems fully mature, and altho 18...Ne5!? was needless, it did give him his brand of game.
 
   Apr-20-06 Kasparov vs R Akopov, 1978 (replies)
 
HamasHamas: 17 Has Black really equalized? He's way behind in development. 17...Qc6? Misplacing the queen. Better is 17...Qe7! If 18 Nd5 then, you just take, and develop. If the pawn recaptures, you just temporarily block with the queen, if you're afraid of d6. Yet even better ...
 
   Apr-20-06 Kasparov vs Mayorov, 1978
 
HamasHamas: 14 Bf5?! A plan to assault d5 is easily brushed off, and here 14 a3! would be a good preface. Is young Garry possibly expecting 14...f5??! then? 17...Bd6 Black engages in some needless, complicating TRANSFORMATIONS here, and on the next move. On both of these ...
 
   Apr-20-06 Y Nikolaevsky vs Kasparov, 1978 (replies)
 
HamasHamas: 16 c5? 'Harum Scarem' - Reuben Fine Indeed. This move is shamefully impulsive from Nikolaevsky, who probably isn't a kid himself here. After Black's strong reply, his teenage opponent out-tactics him in the remainder. 17 h3 He is forced to run after himself ...
 
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