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   Mazymetric has kibitzed 42 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-03-20 Karpov vs Korchnoi, 1974 (replies)
Mazymetric: <Autoreparaturwerkbau: Korchnoi played 19...♖4c5. Stockfish gives it a "?" and suggests the right move is 19...♗a4.> Actually, Stockfish gives 19...Ba4 a "?" too. Evaluation goes from +0.9 to +2.53 if Ba4 is played. You're right that Be6 would've been the ...
   Apr-03-20 Carlsen vs Karjakin, 2016 (replies)
Mazymetric: <Alexandro: the win of Karjakin was superior than Carlsen's because: it was with less moves, with the blacks and the position was an inevitable mate> Karjakin won that game because of two blunders on Magnus' part. 51. Qe6 and 52. h4. In this game, Carlsen pulled out a win ...
   Mar-22-20 Ding Liren vs Giri, 2020 (replies)
Mazymetric: Stockfish gives final position a +4.45 at depth 44.
   Jul-07-18 Sultan Khan vs Marshall, 1930 (replies)
Mazymetric: <JimNorCal: It appears that Alekhine circa 1927 is one.> Capablanca has a positive score against him overall.
   Jun-18-18 Karpov - Fischer World Championship Match (1975) (replies)
Mazymetric: <harrylime> Korchnoi was a really strong dude. He had a plus score against almost all the top players of his time like, Tal, Spassky, Petrosian, Geller, Larsen and Stein. That's why Karpov had a hard time beating him.
   Jun-17-18 Rubinstein vs Kostic, 1920
Mazymetric: <chess man: On 18...Kxh7?? Re3 with the treat of Rh3++(which there's no way to stop except through giving up the Queen)> Actually, there is. By giving up the bishop. 18...♔xh7 19.♖e3 ♗f3 20.♕xf3 (20.♖xf3? ♕d1+ 21.♖xd1 ♖xd1#) ...
   Jun-17-18 Kasparov vs Topalov, 1999 (replies)
Mazymetric: Sorry. My bad. In case of 30.♔a2, Black would reply with 30...♖d3! to eliminate ♕c3 threat. 31.♕xd3 (31.cxd3 ♘d5 32.♕b2 ♕xb3) (31.♕b2? ♗d5+ 32.♖xd5 ♘xd5 33.cxd3 ♖e8. There's no defence against ...♖e2) ...
   Jun-16-18 Taimanov vs Psakhis, 1981 (replies)
Mazymetric: Good afternoon everyone! Not related to this game but can anyone name all the players in this picture? https://azchesscoach.files.wordpres...
   May-30-18 Fischer vs Petrosian, 1971 (replies)
Mazymetric: <<Mazymetric: 36...f4 that's some nerves of steel right there!> Nervy, yes, but it is the losing move. The game is still equal after 36...Rxa2.> I know. It was sarcasm. It was said that Petrosian has cold steel wires where other people have nerves and he doesn't crack
   Jan-22-18 Korchnoi vs Karpov, 1978 (replies)
Mazymetric: <WorstPlayerEver: Lol no Tal?> Players with a strong specific intuition, operating in sharp situations where material and positional equilibrium was disturbed: Lasker, Alekhine, Tal, Kasparov, Chigorin, Korchnoi who in early 1960s was called 'Tal in reverse'.
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