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   Thanatos13 has kibitzed 10 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-25-10 Khalifman vs Lobron, 1992 (replies)
Thanatos13: Okay, took me a while, but I finally found out the continuation if Qxg6. Imo, these impressive tactics really bring out the awesomeness in the Caro-Kann.
   Apr-05-09 Keene vs H S Hope, 1963 (replies)
Thanatos13: Excellent knight maneuvering by Keene. From 22.Nf4 to 30. f4 he didn't even spare one move for Hope to defend or counter. by then it was game over. I also liked the way Keene keeps control of the center. Hope holds a formidable defense, but the knight served no purpose starting ...
   Apr-03-09 T Bowdler vs H Conway, 1788 (replies)
Thanatos13: wow, Bowdler made the black queen completely useless in the most incredible way.
   Apr-03-09 Chigorin vs Tinsley, 1895 (replies)
Thanatos13: Well, from what I can see at 12. b3 B's queen can't advance W's b bishop and knight covers the important b4 and c3 squares. W can open its w bishop +knight at the low cost of a 1 pawn trade. They are both insanely strong. It's just that Tinsley had nowhere good to go and ...
   Apr-02-09 J Bernstein vs Reshevsky, 1922
Thanatos13: 26.Bxc6 is amazing! the deduction and patience involved is unbelievable and i really admire how Bernstein played 38.Bc2 for black, little things like 35. ... g5 caused the game to be intense.
   Apr-02-09 M Ujtelky vs L Alster, 1948
Thanatos13: Black was always 3 steps ahead to sacrifice for a pawn while white was trying hard to push black away. Well played by both sides.
   Apr-02-09 L Alster vs Prochazka, 1944 (replies)
Thanatos13: This is an incredible deduction for Alster and hat a weird opening for black. That pawn that Prochazka ignored bit back.
   Mar-26-09 I Nei vs Petrosian, 1946 (replies)
Thanatos13: in that variation 21. ... Qxd6 is like giving the queen as a gift. 20. Re7 does make an extra move, but all throughout the game, you can see Nei moving back and forth wasting 3 moves. It looked like Nei didn't see it until it was too late, but what a good game. Playing against ...
   Mar-24-09 Petrosian vs Averbakh, 1947 (replies)
Thanatos13: Before this, he only lost to khomlov, Petrosian is a great defensive player. I'm guessing Petrosian has greatly underestimated his opponent and played 15. Re4 to take the opponent's queen. After move 17, everything spiraled out of control and he lost. looking twice at it, I see ...
   Mar-23-09 I Appel vs J A Seitz, 1938 (replies)
Thanatos13: 20. ...Ng4 seems like a disturbing move and much stronger than e5 here's my line 20.... Ng4 21. Rd3 e5 then the buffet. black becomes open and white gets cramped if my line is bad, please tell me.
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