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Mr37
Member since Dec-07-10 · Last seen Feb-11-18
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   Mr37 has kibitzed 8 times to chessgames  
   Mar-28-12 Vocaturo vs S Ernst, 2012
 
Mr37: <Fusilli> I agree black has been slow but I see the problem in the rather clumsy advance in the center and queenside rather than in the standard opening moves a6 and Ba7. Maybe ...dxe5 dxe5 opening the d file and then Be6 immediately was better. The manoeuvre Nh4-f5 combined with
 
   Mar-25-12 Karpov vs Kavalek, 1974 (replies)
 
Mr37: <OhioChessFan> 13..a6 is the established main line of this opening. 13... h6 just throws away a pawn to 14 Bxh6
 
   Sep-19-11 P Schlosser vs Topalov, 1990 (replies)
 
Mr37: There are many things I do not understand about this game: what is the point of Nb4? Why not c5 straight away instead? Why not a3 after Nb4? Finally why the white queen doesn't take the d6 pawn after Nd7??
 
   Sep-13-11 Karpov vs B Belotti, 1993
 
Mr37: A model of play for the Benko 5.b6 variation. Black progress is hampered by an early q-side blockade and the knight on b5. Karpov slowly advances on the k-side while black finds nothing to do.
 
   Aug-31-11 Grunfeld (D85) (replies)
 
Mr37: I have a question: in the line 5.e4 Nxc3 6.bxc3 Bg7 7.Nf3 c5 8.Rb1 0-0 9.Be2 cxd4 10.cxd4 Qa5+ my d4 book says that the a2-pawn sacrifice with 11.Bd2 is "necessary", whereas "11.Qd2 is feeble". Why is it so? As far as i can see 11...Nc6 is no good, so black is reduced to 11...Qxd2+ ...
 
   Mar-23-11 A Wilson vs M Lacrosse, 2011
 
Mr37: Reverse Leningrad Dutch. Love it, although I would never have the guts to play c4 after d5 and Ne4 instead of e4...
 
   Jan-10-11 R Byrne vs Kotov, 1954
 
Mr37: According to Pacman 40.. Nxh5 41 Rh3 Nf4 42 Rxh6 Qe7 Black owns the h file and wins. He says that black wisely swung his king to the queenside to avoid the kingside attack. He argues that the only thing that saved white were the fine tactics culminating in Bxg5, but otherwise black ...
 
   Jan-03-11 Karpov vs Polgar, 1998
 
Mr37: <WhiteRook48> He did
 
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