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   choumicha has kibitzed 47 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-05-21 E Teichmann vs Zhao Zong-Yuan, 2000
choumicha: both players missed 13.d4? Nxe3
   Feb-15-21 M Bonch-Osmolovsky vs Konstantinopolsky, 1949
choumicha: Chess essentials, Averbakh. Position 129, p.92
   Aug-24-20 Arkell vs Suba, 1991 (replies)
choumicha: 1st game in his book "Arkell's Endings" (aug. 2020)
   Jul-07-20 A Dunis vs N Sulava, 2002
choumicha: game 6 in Cyrus Lakdawala's "The Modern Defence - Move by Move"
   May-08-20 Kamsky vs Grischuk, 2012
choumicha: Game #4 in The HIPPO System: A Universal Chess Opening for White & Black Paperback by Eric Briffoz
   Mar-15-20 G Welling vs J Dubbeldam, 1991
choumicha: Game #6 in Easy Guide to the Hippo Attack & Defence by Eric Briffoz
   May-20-19 Morozevich vs Khalifman, 1998
choumicha: This game annotated by Richard Palliser in book "the Bb5 Sicilian (a dynamic and hypermodern opening system for Black)". First published in 2005 Game 25, p.66-68
   Feb-11-19 Giri vs Anand, 2015
choumicha: Giri to play his 20th move: [DIAGRAM] 20. Nxg7!? wow 20... Rxe1+ 21. Qxe1 Kxg7 (21... d3 22. Bxd3 Bxg2) 22. Bxh6+ a 2nd piece is sacrificed 22...Kh8 (22...Kxh6 23. Qb1+ Nf5+ Black must give his Queen. But that is against 3 pieces. His positions seems to be worse but not ...
   Feb-10-19 P Jerabek vs D McLeod, 1988
choumicha: This game is mentioned by Emms in Play the Open Games as Black (What to Do When White Avoids the Ruy Lopez). He prefers 9...Nh5!?, keeping the e-file closed, as played f.E. by Yoos-Hjartarson, 1996, 0-1 (32). A bit to my surprise Emms prefers 9...Nxe4 10.Bd5!? over 9...Nxe4 10.Re1
   Feb-10-19 J Yoos vs Hjartarson, 1996
choumicha: A King's Gambit classic between a Canadian FIDE master often playing the King's Gambit and Icelandic grandmaster. Looking at the position 8...Nf6 I see an interesting position with characteristics favouring White: White has a nice pawn center and Black's King is stuck in the ...
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