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   Tjm50 has kibitzed 6 times to chessgames  
   Jul-14-18 Short vs Timman, 1991 (replies)
Tjm50: This game is also included as a supplemental game to the 3rd lesson in the book “Best Lessons of a Chess Coach” by Weeramantry/Eusebi, a fantastic instructional book for intermediate levels. It’s given as an example of “dark square domination”, and they recommend comparing ...
   Mar-16-18 Morphy vs E Morphy, 1849 (replies)
Tjm50: According to the book “Morphy’s Games of Chess” by Sergeant, there is some doubt about whether Morphy was blindfolded for this game. He he says it’s possible that Ernest was the one blindfolded, because he played far below his usual strength in this game.
   Sep-07-14 C Eichab vs D Mehmeti, 2014 (replies)
Tjm50: What an interesting mate! (13. Kxh2 Qh8+ 14. Kg2 Qh3#) I'm a chess teacher and will use this for the class.
   Jul-21-14 Taimanov vs Bronstein, 1953
Tjm50: In the e-book version of this book which I have, the last move of the game is 42. ... Rf2. As for the comments about whether White's move 20 was Qd3 (Bronstein) or e3 (Najdorf) -- Bronstein's notes say that he was going for an advantage in the ending and so offered a Queen exchange ...
   Sep-27-13 Fischer vs E Jimenez Zerquera, 1966 (replies)
Tjm50: The win after 31. ... Re8 has one more beautiful point: after 32.Nb6 Rc7 33.Nd5 Rc2+ 34.Kf3 the bishop, which was pinned along the 7th rank after 31.Rf7, is now pinned along the e-file.
   Oct-31-11 A Karu vs Keres, 1931 (replies)
Tjm50: In Keres' book, this game ends with 25. Rd2, Rxe4+; 26. Resigns. The original english edition of this book was published in the early 1960s in 3 volumes hardcover. It was later reissued in 1972 in a 1-volume paperback by Arco, which I have. It's one of my favorite chess books, one of ...
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