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cSete
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   cSete has kibitzed 22 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-25-22 Gligoric vs Polugaevsky, 1965
 
cSete: Well Whitehat1963, it's 2022 and have you sussed it out? Same questions here, that sequence lost me. I will do a bit of old school digging, sans engine.
 
   Feb-12-22 H Ni vs Shaobin, 2001
 
cSete: I concur Whitehat. Tried to keep up, but......
 
   May-28-21 R Nezhmetdinov vs Petrosian, 1954
 
cSete: I concur with whiteshark, Petrosian didn't appear to be in too much danger.
 
   May-23-21 Svidler vs Kasparov, 1999
 
cSete: Got a decent score with GUESS THE MOVE, but at a "tad" slower pace. A BLITZ game? Dang....
 
   May-18-21 Anand vs Polgar, 2006
 
cSete: A BLITZ game? SMH
 
   Feb-16-21 Karpov vs Huebner, 1980 (replies)
 
cSete: To my COVID tournament, stalled, not quite CM mind it seemed like Huebner was going astray when he started picking up material. My Guess The Move game was planning the victory parade. Bled points like a stuck pig. An excellent game for me to study. Still SMH....
 
   Oct-20-20 Karpov vs Spassky, 1979 (replies)
 
cSete: While following this game in my patzer 1750 ELO head... I was thinking that Spassky was using a lot of resources to defend his IQP. In the meantime While Spassky was passive, Karpov was slowly maneuvering toward a win without too much worry. Just my simple thoughts.
 
   Jul-04-20 Karpov vs J Nogueiras, 1989
 
cSete: This game killed all MY illusions. Couldn't even approach the defence Karpov displayed. Wow...
 
   May-24-20 Spassky vs Vasiukov, 1959 (replies)
 
cSete: 26. Qxb6. Not rocket science, but I wasn't looking at the entire board and overlooked. Easy to get sidetracked...
 
   Mar-28-20 Geller vs Spassky, 1964 (replies)
 
cSete: A agree MohdSalah. Spassky looked to be on pretty thin ice before he abandoned his queen. Could have been quite uncomfortable for Boris.
 
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