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Hemmeireoid5
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   Hemmeireoid5 has kibitzed 21 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-19-06 Ermenkov vs V Kovacevic, 1990 (replies)
 
Hemmeireoid5: Forgot to mention, er the fact that Black is up Material is well it would seem to me to be immaterial, the rook is passive and not worth more than a bishop in the critical position. IMHO
 
   Jan-22-06 Bacrot vs Anand, 2006 (replies)
 
Hemmeireoid5: 29... Bd5 Absolutely the best square for my bishop. My own blockage of the c file has no more meaning. Best put the Bishop on its proper square and keep pressuring on b3
 
   Nov-19-05 Gligoric vs Keene, 1971 (replies)
 
Hemmeireoid5: Hello just had a look at this game. I was wondering if anyone has any comments on the following move for white..... 19: Be7 I am probably getting way in over my head but the idea is to threaten Ng5 and force a smothered mate with Nf7 a few moves later. e.g. 19:Be7 Rae8 20. Ng4
 
   Oct-15-05 Bronstein vs Zarkov, 1992 (replies)
 
Hemmeireoid5: 38. Rbh1. There it is folks. I've seen the sacrifice and I'm ready to open the position. Bringing my last available piece into the attack before i I do. So there is my tuppence. Why Bronstein didnt play 48. Rxe7+ I will never know. Sur the computer doddererd about a little on a
 
   Oct-13-05 L Perdomo vs L Duarte, 2005 (replies)
 
Hemmeireoid5: Would anyone care to speculate or Analyse the continuation 29. Rf-f3 for white. Is that not also winning?
 
   Sep-12-05 Flohr vs Alekhine, 1931 (replies)
 
Hemmeireoid5: Quick comment followed by a quick question. 1) Two great tacticians but Alekhines greater strategic knowledge won the game. 2) Why doesn´t Flohr play 28, Bxh6?
 
   Sep-12-05 Rubinstein vs Flohr, 1929 (replies)
 
Hemmeireoid5: There is a queen sacrifice involved with a Nxe2 with a mating attack
 
   Sep-12-05 Flohr vs F Lustig, 1928
 
Hemmeireoid5: ok. In this game I think that Black just lost his way in the middle game. I agree with Euripides. In those days it was particularily common to have games from stong masters where blacksqueenside play left unguarded tactical shots on the kingsside. Flohr was particularily good ...
 
   Sep-12-05 Flohr vs B Thelen, 1928
 
Hemmeireoid5: A couple of things are interesting in this game. Firstly according to the chessgames database Thelen beat Flohr with the black pieces the year before against Flohr´s queenside play (kings Indian). Here Flohr just throws everything at him on the kingsside. The second ...
 
   Jul-18-05 Topalov vs Leko, 2005 (replies)
 
Hemmeireoid5: Anyone want to comment on 44. hg ... idea 44...exd3 45.Bf7 thanks Topalov must have seen this and dismissed it no?
 
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