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Lion83
Member since Sep-12-05 · Last seen Dec-01-05
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   Lion83 has kibitzed 7 times to chessgames  
   Nov-20-05 Kunin vs Ochsengoit, 1958 (replies)
 
Lion83: Brilliant game!
 
   Nov-19-05 Kasparov vs Andersson, 1981 (replies)
 
Lion83: Very nice attacking game. Kasparov slowly builds up his attack and then when his position can not be improved he strikes sacrificing a knight after which he continues to calmly develop his pieces! There are many brilliant moves in this game here are some I like 8. g3! pointing out ...
 
   Nov-13-05 A Planinc vs Lombardy, 1974 (replies)
 
Lion83: Very nice game! I like 14...Bc6 inducing white to play b5 giving black an ideal outpost for his bishop. Then he slowly improves the position of his pieces getting ready to attack. The rook finds a great square on d3. The Queen adds pressure down the d-file and then 24..h5, the ...
 
   Nov-08-05 Korchnoi vs Tolush, 1958 (replies)
 
Lion83: "Kangaroo: Tal vs Tolush, 1956 is a more interesting example." Both games are very interesting examples of the Ne4 line of the poisoned pawn variation. This is the game which basically refutes 12. Ne4. In the first game against Tal, Tolush plays Qxa2 immidietly. Here he instead plays
 
   Oct-30-05 Ilyin-Zhenevsky vs F Bohatirchuk, 1924 (replies)
 
Lion83: erimiro1: I disagree, I think it could be called zugzwang even if one of the players has some useless waiting moves.
 
   Oct-15-05 Bronstein vs Zarkov, 1992 (replies)
 
Lion83: Got this one up till move 46 where I would have played Rxd7+ instead of Bronsteins Bxg8. Does anyone know what happens if Black declines the Queen sac. One line I looked at was 41 Bf5 gxf 42 Nxf5 Qd8 (Qd7 43 Nxg7 Bxg7 44 Qxg7+ Kxg7 45 Rg7+ etc) 43 g6+ and 44 Nxg7 not sure if I got ...
 
   Oct-13-05 Anand vs Kasparov, 1995 (replies)
 
Lion83: 8. a4 controls the b5 square preventing black from easily getting his queenside pawns rolling it also threatens to play a5 fixing Blacks backward b pawn. Blacks 8th move Nc6 prevents this.
 
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