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   davide2013 has kibitzed 128 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-27-14 J Klavins vs Tal, 1949 (replies)
davide2013: It seems that Chessbase has a different game, also if the result is the same, but in Chessbase Tal missed the winning checkmate. [Event "Riga-ch Juniors"] [Site "Riga"] [Date "1949.??.??"] [Round "?"] [White "Klavins, Janis"] [Black "Tal, Mihail"] [Result "0-1"]
   Nov-12-14 I Farago vs Miles, 1977
davide2013: GM Daniel King, in his book on the English Defence, uses this game as example, but strangely with a different move order, and also with different result, for him White resigns at move 20, but both here, and Chessbase have it as a 33 moves game, quite strange: "1.c4 b6 2 d4 e6 ...
   Sep-23-14 Bronstein vs Ufimtsev, 1945
davide2013: I believe this is a Dutch Stonewall, not a semi-slav.
   Sep-23-14 F Olafsson vs Bronstein, 1959
davide2013: It is interesting to see how different openings look similar. For example after move 12th. it looks like a Classical Dutch, but it was catalogued as Nimzo-Indian.
   Sep-22-14 chessforum (replies)
davide2013: Quick question, using the opening explorer, I played these moves: 1. e4 e5 2. f4 exf4 3. Nf3 g5 4. Nc3 d6 5. d4 . On the menu on the right it tells me there are about 55 games, but when I click on search database from this position, only 5 games come up. Where did the other 50 ...
   Sep-08-14 Bronstein vs I Farago, 1990
davide2013: Poor Farago, beaten by an old guy, who just survived cancer, past his golden years (the 1950-60ies, when Bronstein was the at the Top). And the funny thing, as recounted in Secret Notes, is that Bronstein nearly lost the game for forfait, and arrived with 10 minutes left on the ...
   Aug-25-14 Bronstein vs Botvinnik, 1944 (replies)
davide2013: I watched this game really fast, so I'm not expressing wisdom with this comment, just sharing amazement at Bronstein! I do believe this game is magical. Bronstein as White is what every beginner's book describe as a bad position. Pieces undeveloped after 20 moves, and Black has a
   Jul-14-14 Ivanchuk vs A Petelin, 1989
davide2013: I believe many games have a history. Here I cannot understand what happened. Ivanchuk played like a 1200 rated player. Move 40 he gifts a pawn, move 42 he moves the king away from the passed Black pawn. That doesn't make sense. Was he in time trouble? Did he sell the game? So, ...
   Jul-10-14 M Dilley vs S Williams, 1993
davide2013: This game seems played by Patzers. I understand that now Williams is a GM, but maybe in that time he was a club player. White just hang the Queen!! 30.Qf7????? 30...Qxf7 game over DOH! I'm not sure Black's attack is correct.
   Jun-25-14 Marshall vs Colle, 1927 (replies)
davide2013: I'm surely wrong, but to me, this seems a French defense, advance variation, not an Alekhine.
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