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Marquis Cesare
Member since Oct-22-10 · Last seen Nov-29-10
I'm just a beginner trying to learn the finer aspects of the game.

   Marquis Cesare has kibitzed 21 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-29-10 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
Marquis Cesare: "'Ey, look hya - I'ma make dis sweet n' short: No one here's gon' bid on dat theah antique Winchestah rifle, unnastan?" It is funny imagining someone who uses that idiom and has that accent at a Soothby's action. He should use some of his money for accent reduction courses ...
   Nov-24-10 M Yilmaz vs M Asgarov, 2010
Marquis Cesare: Many of the positions here look violent and intimidating where accurate play is required.
   Nov-24-10 Kaidanov vs Polgar, 2010 (replies)
Marquis Cesare: This was played in Hilton Head; I've heard that it is a very nice area of South Carolina.
   Oct-26-10 Larsen vs Petrosian, 1958 (replies)
Marquis Cesare: I don't like 8.d4 because of the hole on e4. I'm not saying that the line is unsound, but I personally would prefer 8.Nf3, although I would play a preliminary b3 Bb2 before playing Ne5. Anyway, I love how well-coordinated Larsen's knights and kingside pawns were. 33.h4! ...
   Oct-26-10 Capablanca vs R Portela, 1913 (replies)
Marquis Cesare: 19...Rc3 isn't too difficult for the following reasons: 1. The black bishop and white king are on the same diagonal 2. The black queen and white queen are on the same file 3. Both the black bishop and queen support the pawn, so if the pawn were to move it would do so with a ...
   Oct-24-10 Bird vs Blackburne, 1883 (replies)
Marquis Cesare: Why not 31...Qe3 32.Qxe3,Nxe3?
   Oct-24-10 Carlsen vs Topalov, 2010 (replies)
Marquis Cesare: "Eyal: Putting aside for the moment all sorts of psychological explanations - Topalov in active, dynamic positions with initiative and Topalov in positions which require patient defense and careful maneuvering are like two players on completely different levels." Which, or ...
   Oct-24-10 N Zdebskaja vs E Berg, 2009
Marquis Cesare: This game is very instructive; there were times when black was winning, and the times when white was winning act as a what not to do as black guide. 42... Qe5 43.Qa6, Rb2 is a clear advantage for black, while the game move maintains a smaller edge for black. 39.h4 h6 40.hxg5 ...
   Oct-24-10 Ivanchuk vs Topalov, 2009 (replies)
Marquis Cesare: A good game, although the opening moves look frightening with the Rg8 and isolated doubled e-pawns and g-pawn. After 20.Ne4,Nxe4 21.Qh5+ Kf8 22.Qh6+ Rg7 23.Qh8+ Kf7 24.Rxe4 Bg5+ 25.Kb1= with compensation for the piece, while in the game black has an advantage. 23.Rf1, Bb7 ...
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