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Member since Sep-29-20 · Last seen Feb-04-22
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   Mehzinho has kibitzed 19 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Nov-20-20 Carlsen vs A Sharafiev, 2018
Mehzinho: A very instructive game, I would never have taken the g-pawn. (not that I would stand a chance) But the white pieces are very dominant in the final position, I made an 11min video analysis of this game. You can find it here:
   Nov-15-20 Kasparov vs Karpov, 2009
Mehzinho: A short straightforward win for Kasparov this time. I made a short 7-minute video analysis this time. I go over; - The initiative - The winning tactic - What would have happened if the sacrifice was refused? - The finish, - How it would have ended if Karpov would not have
   Nov-13-20 J Kaplan vs Bronstein, 1975
Mehzinho: It is absolutely great to see how Bronstein utilizes the pin on d2. The move c4 is very important to create the zugzwang situation, whilst otherwise White would escape by pushing both doubled pawns and then move the king up. (although black is still clearly better) I made a full ...
   Nov-11-20 Carlsen vs F Vallejo Pons, 2010 (replies)
Mehzinho: Absolutely beautiful how Carlsen creates 3 passers out of apparently nothing. I made a video analysis on this marble here:
   Nov-09-20 Kasparov vs Deep Junior, 2003 (replies)
Mehzinho: This was a great game for me to make a video analysis of. Whilst analyzing this I was surprised by the sharp choice of Kasparov, and amazed by his flawless play. After 18 moves he was up the quality. He continued to play both illustrative and flawless to bring the win home. You can
   Nov-08-20 Anand vs Korchnoi, 2000
Mehzinho: I analyzed this game in the below video, amazing the number of sheer mating attacks pop-up in sidelines because of aggressive placed white pieces. I go over 6 different ones.
   Nov-06-20 Napoleon Bonaparte vs Madame De Remusat, 1804 (replies)
Mehzinho: I dont know why Madame De Remusat took the knight, perhaps because it was the romantic thing to do? Anyhow, I shortly went over the sidelines she could have played in the below 6 min chess-vid for anyone interested.
   Nov-04-20 Kosteniuk vs N Pogonina, 2014 (replies)
Mehzinho: Twice does White offer a Rook and both times because of a tactical KO it cant be taken. Love the in-between move as well. I made a short 7 min analysis of this game here:
   Nov-02-20 Spassky vs Tal, 1979 (replies)
Mehzinho: It is amazing how Tal could complicate positions. From a seemingly equal opening Mikhail Tal complicates the game, key to creating the complications is the pawn move d4 imo. I think that after you see a move like Bxh2+ being played against you by Tal, you know it is over. I go over
   Oct-26-20 Fischer vs Petrosian, 1971 (replies)
Mehzinho: Today, Exactly 49 years later, the US Championship starts and a video analysis of this game is uploaded here: Bobby Fischer was the first and only player to win 4 times in a row against a player as solid as Petrosian.
   Oct-23-20 Firouzja vs Duda, 2020
   Oct-16-20 Firouzja vs Carlsen, 2020 (replies)
   Oct-15-20 Spassky vs Fischer, 1992 (replies)
   Oct-14-20 Kramnik vs Polgar, 1997
   Oct-13-20 A Tari vs Carlsen, 2020 (replies)
   Oct-13-20 Carlsen vs Dominguez Perez, 2020 (replies)
   Oct-13-20 Speelman vs Kasparov, 1981
   Oct-05-20 I Bilek vs Tal, 1967 (replies)
   Oct-05-20 Tal vs Van der Wiel, 1982 (replies)
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