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   JENTA has kibitzed 62 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-11-15 Keres vs Botvinnik, 1948 (replies)
JENTA: It is not true that Botvinnik did not ever say anything about fixing the games in Hague-Moscow 1948. In 1991 Botvinnik gave an interview that was published in Nedherlands. Botvinnik celebrated his 80-th birthday. His confession was not recognized among the historians until 1999, when ...
   Jun-11-15 Alekhine vs Flohr, 1936 (replies)
JENTA: In Hague-Moscow 1948, Keres played <4. Bd2> against Botvinnik in their last game: Keres vs Botvinnik, 1948 Keres won. It was his only won against Botvinnik in that tournament - all 4 previous games Keres had lost. At the moment of that last game Botvinnik was already a winner ...
   Jun-01-15 Keres vs Fischer, 1959 (replies)
JENTA: After the II WW, Fischer was the first one to take the title of the world chess champion away from the Soviet Union. In effect, he had to fight alone against the whole USSR. Such things are well documented in the book "KGB Plays Chess". For example, Korchnoi was seriously under the ...
   Nov-23-13 Anand vs Carlsen, 2013 (replies)
JENTA: The position after <26... b2> is interesting indeed. Instead of 27. Rf4, which removes the defense of the first row and of the queening square b1, the following attempt seems to be worth of mentioning: <27. Be4> White forgets about the pressure on the pawn d5. He ...
   Oct-20-13 Botvinnik vs Keres, 1948 (replies)
JENTA: In 1949, Keres published a book "Maailmameistri turniir Haag - Moskva 1948". It was written in Estonian langauge. (In parallel, that book or a similar book was published in Russian langauge.) The 20. game Botvinnik - Keres was to Keres the last game to play in Hague before ...
   Apr-08-13 Ivanchuk vs Kramnik, 2013 (replies)
JENTA: <ANERSSEN's KNIGHT ON F5> In the second match-game Anderssen vs Morphy, 1858 , Anderssen with white on the 18. move sacrificed (perhaps incorrectly) an exchange to arrive with one's knight on the square f5. He achieved a strong setup <white's Nf5 + Be3 versus black's Kg8 ...
   Apr-07-13 Carlsen vs Svidler, 2013 (replies)
JENTA: I just posted a comment on the game Ivanchuk - Kramnik. Now it seems to me that Ivanchuk could win this game already on the 21. move with a paradoxical move <21. Bc5-a7!> (actually, he did a good move <21. Nd5>) At least, Kramnik has no winning chances then, unless he ...
   Mar-30-13 Aronian vs Kramnik, 2013 (replies)
JENTA: <Karpova: Grischuk didn't refute the Berlin and Kramnik didn't enter a worse endgame - it was a level endgame, if at all then slightly better for Kramnik. I guess people think so because of the doubled c-pawn but Kramnik's knight was a much better piece than Grischuk's Bishop (and ...
   Mar-29-13 Gelfand vs Svidler, 2013 (replies)
JENTA: I like Gelfand's plan. Usually, it is black who has to use that elastic defensive mode: Bf1-e2 Bc1-d2 0-0 Rf1-d1 Bd2-e1 Be2-f1 The pair of bishops is so valuable stuff that one has to hide them and to hold them very carefully. It is an investment.
   Mar-29-13 Carlsen vs Ivanchuk, 2013 (replies)
JENTA: The Sicilian <1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 e6> often goes over to the French structure after d7-d5. Carlsen got a bad position from this French pawn structure. Actually, it seems as if he does not know even the most general principles concerning French defense. Thus, has he any idea of ...
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