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Member since Oct-09-09 · Last seen Nov-10-17
Entrenador de Ajedrez (Trainer of Chess) que quiere ir a Valencia (España) pero que vive en Argentina y que da clases por internet.
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   TVCHESS3JAQUES has kibitzed 14 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-12-17 E Steiner vs Alekhine, 1923
TVCHESS3JAQUES: Partida que está trunca en el libro Ejercicio 177 Blunders & Brilliancies de Ian Mullen and Moe Moss pp63
   Aug-11-17 Euwe vs Flohr, 1939
TVCHESS3JAQUES: Un verdadero ataque al enroque corto con fianchetto...
   Aug-11-17 A Mikhalchishin vs Romanishin, 1981 (replies)
TVCHESS3JAQUES: Manejo de Dama y alfil.
   Sep-17-15 Geller vs Y Anikaev, 1979 (replies)
TVCHESS3JAQUES: Binomio: TAC Una partida magistral donde se ve el coraje de Geller
   Sep-14-15 Timman vs Kasparov, 1985 (replies)
TVCHESS3JAQUES: La clavada. binomio DT
   Sep-13-15 Yusupov vs Kasparov, 1990 (replies)
TVCHESS3JAQUES: Partida modelo: Ventaja de pieza, restricción y zugzwang. binomio T y A
   Sep-13-15 Timoscenko vs G Nsubuga, 2000 (replies)
TVCHESS3JAQUES: Binomio: R and B tactic
   Jan-27-12 Carlsen vs Topalov, 2012 (replies)
TVCHESS3JAQUES: In these late Lady wins provided it is with the help of laborers. I had to worry or move the pawns are not canceled. The good shield is not afraid of the sword, but it seems that only Topalov sacrificed the lady in order to generate comments and the game is on the lips of ...
   Jan-27-12 Morphy vs Anderssen, 1858 (replies)
TVCHESS3JAQUES: 14...Ke7!? 15.Qh5! gxh6 16.Qf7+ Kd6 17.Nxa8 The complications have yet to be favorable to Viktor Moskalenko white Las complicaciones aún deben resultar favorables a las blancas Viktor Moskalenko
   Jan-27-12 Movsesian vs I Chirila, 2010 (replies)
TVCHESS3JAQUES: 32.Txf6! Euwe say here that exploiting "the focal point f6" the only way to win against this defense, then I saw many games is ... countermoves on f6 and lower flank attackers ranging king by blood like vampires! Beautiful game! Although it seems an open modern English ... ...
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