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Juan De Pisto
Member since Sep-05-05 · Last seen Sep-08-05
Viva el Gambito!

   Juan De Pisto has kibitzed 14 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-07-05 King's Gambit Accepted (C33) (replies)
 
Juan De Pisto: no es mucho baile para una dama, seƱor larsenfan? Nc3-d5-f6/c7, and if Qxf3 Nxf3 develops more white, Qc8 another dance for the Q; and c6 takes off the possible pressure black can have on d4 with Nc6 and Bc5.
 
   Sep-07-05 Dutch, Staunton Gambit (A82) (replies)
 
Juan De Pisto: I have seen this some time ago, seems an interesting choice for a gambit player, and after all if a solid player like Staunton played it, then must be not so "unsound".
 
   Sep-07-05 Spassky vs Larsen, 1968 (replies)
 
Juan De Pisto: great Larsen game, he fixed very well whites position, 13.Re5 is quite elegant
 
   Sep-06-05 Winawer vs Steinitz, 1867
 
Juan De Pisto: with this game one really believes in that all positons can be defended in chess. nice 5 moves of the white knight after the Qs were exchanged. after all this position was always suitable for a knight.
 
   Sep-06-05 Schiffers vs Chigorin, 1895 (replies)
 
Juan De Pisto: Add that Schiffers was a very old player! Maybe for this Chigo was overconfident.
 
   Sep-06-05 Chigorin vs Blackburne, 1895 (replies)
 
Juan De Pisto: In spite of being famous for his tactic eye, seems to me that Chigorin knew a good deal of the position. His setup against the french is also interesting, I think he used a lot that Qe2, Bg2, like a proto Kings Indian Attack :)
 
   Sep-06-05 Saemisch vs Torre, 1925
 
Juan De Pisto: Ah, meet the Mexican Defence! The Wikipedia says its related in idea with the Alekhine Def. but dont know, here black has 2 knights already developed. Anyway, bravo por Carlitos!
 
   Sep-06-05 Duras vs Capablanca, 1913 (replies)
 
Juan De Pisto: what a beautiful game, I like the most the moves 41 and 42, when the rook seems to hang elegantly from a pawn in the middle of the board
 
   Sep-05-05 Loewenthal vs Harrwitz, 1853
 
Juan De Pisto: with b4 and 13.d5 this KG really shares ideas from the evans, well even the delayed castling suits in that line. Maybe Lowenthal prepared all because Harrwitz used a lot the Bishop defence against the KG
 
   Sep-05-05 Spielmann vs Stoltz, 1930 (replies)
 
Juan De Pisto: poor old Spielmann, the white king was really under bishop fire. anyway, viva Spielmann! i bet he enjoyed this great game.
 
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