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Member since Feb-15-11 · Last seen Oct-08-12
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   PSC has kibitzed 48 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-02-12 Anand vs Karpov, 1998 (replies)
PSC: <plang> Karpov says of 39.c6?!: <Despite the opposite-colored bishops, the endgame is very difficult for White, and he couldn't hold it. He could have put up more resistance by 39.Bc3 a4 40.Bb4, although with 40...Bxh5! 41.c6 Be2 42.c7 Ba6 Black still has excellent chances for ...
   Jun-03-12 Viswanathan Anand (replies)
PSC: Anand's list of the best players of all-time is: Steinitz Morphy Lasker Capablanca Keres Korchnoi Tal Fischer Karpov Kasparov
   Jan-03-12 Nunn vs Short, 1986 (replies)
PSC: You can watch this game with Nunn and Short's commentary here:
   Dec-24-11 L Pantsulaia vs Polgar, 2011 (replies)
PSC: <notyetagm> Ah yes, I should've read the small print!
   Dec-12-11 Kasparov vs Topalov, 1999 (replies)
PSC: I had to have another look at this game after Nakamura's recent stupid comments. What a beautiful attack.
   Aug-25-11 Karpov vs Portisch, 1975 (replies)
PSC: The opening moves were actually 1.Nf3 d5 2.d4 Nf6 3.c4 c6, but ne'ermind. I've posted Karpov's annotations to this game here:
   Jul-31-11 Botvinnik vs V Chekhover, 1938 (replies)
PSC: Ivan Sokolov analysed this game, I've posted his annotations here:
   Jul-07-11 Alekhine vs Duras, 1913 (replies)
PSC: Alekhine's comments/annotations to this game posted here:
   Jun-07-11 Smyslov vs Botvinnik, 1954 (replies)
PSC: <bronkenstein > Thanks, but I just had to figure out where in the game the photos were taken (1.e4 and 7...Ne7). In <Botvinnik - Smyslov: Three World Championship Matches> Botvinnik writes that he'd prepared 10...Nd7; 11...Qc7 for his match against Bronstein in 1951, there's
   Jun-04-11 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
PSC: <yalie> That's just Kasparov being a spiteful child. Kramnik was rated #2 or #3 for most of the 90s, nobody thought Kramnik was in anyway shape or form *weak*.
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