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Toribio3
Member since Mar-04-16 · Last seen Oct-21-21
I am Catarino. I live in the Philippines but currently working at Saudi Aramco. My favorite player is Anatoly Karpov because he is humble and simple.

   Toribio3 has kibitzed 451 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-09-21 Kramnik vs Shirov, 1997
 
Toribio3: Killer Move!!! #14 Ne6 is a forcing move that Black has to react immediately. After that, the white's passed pawn on e6 opens up the vulnaberability of Black King from being exposed thru the coordinated attacks of White's pieces.
 
   Sep-25-21 Carlsen vs C Aldrovandi, 2003
 
Toribio3: Giant killer!!!
 
   May-31-21 Timman vs Kasparov, 1988 (replies)
 
Toribio3: Occupation of the C file. Move #13 Rc8 by Kasparov was the key move. When Kasparov seized the C file, the game was already won by Kaspy. In most Gruenfeld Defense games, whoever control the C file, whether white or black determines the game.
 
   Dec-29-20 Fischer vs Mednis, 1962 (replies)
 
Toribio3: Underestimated Black Light-squared Bad Bishop. GM Mednis was able to manage the utmost utilization of his problematic bad bishop. The bad bishop became the protector of his two rook pawns on both sides of the board limiting the Fischer's rook function to defend against the two ...
 
   Dec-25-20 A Planinc vs Ivkov, 1970 (replies)
 
Toribio3: Brilliant Tactical Stroke. The move #23 Rxb2+ is the killer move. The white helpless monarch has no place of escape!
 
   Dec-22-20 Van Wely vs Kramnik, 1999
 
Toribio3: Very instructive rook and pawn ending!
 
   Jul-06-18 Cochrane vs Mohishunder, 1851 (replies)
 
Toribio3: This is not easy game! It requires a lot of nerves to subdue the enemy.
 
   Jul-06-18 Vasiukov vs Tukmakov, 1976
 
Toribio3: Clever move by Tukmakov!
 
   Jul-06-18 Svidler vs Nepomniachtchi, 2018 (replies)
 
Toribio3: Fantastic win by Svidler! Imagine the king side rook of Ian Nepomniatchi did not move any single moment only to be captured in the end in a brutal attack.
 
   Jul-05-18 Ivanchuk vs Gelfand, 2018
 
Toribio3: Ivanchuk is catching up! He can pull the trigger and be on top of the standing of this great tournament.
 
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