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Member since Dec-18-07 · Last seen Jan-21-22
living in london ** Spassky is my favorite player a wonderfull universal style
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   fiercebadger has kibitzed 99 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-20-22 Carlsen vs Giri, 2022
fiercebadger: Its not often in the modern game , that we see a game where one player wins 3 times .. in the opening, middle game and the endgame !
   Jan-13-22 J Sherwin vs Reshevsky, 1959 (replies)
fiercebadger: I find this game very harmonious , all black's moves are purposeful
   Oct-05-21 Capablanca vs Janowski, 1911 (replies)
fiercebadger: Talk to your pieces ! Capa's Knight says bring me back into the game, when he does it dances ! ..53 Qe1 is losing better ..53 Qh1+ winning
   Sep-14-21 Fischer vs Petrosian, 1970 (replies)
fiercebadger: Bobbys 32 Qe5! top 'puter move if ..Qc7 Qxd5+ most precise finish
   May-26-21 Damljanovic vs Ljubojevic, 1990
fiercebadger: A winner in this game would have qualified for the Candidate matches, but the game ended drawn. Caissa the chess God was having a bit of fun that day?
   Apr-16-21 Szabo vs Reshevsky, 1953 (replies)
fiercebadger: not a good day at the office for Szabo missing 20 qh6+ and 27.Bh6! f6 28.Qg3 Rf7 29.Qxb8 and wins.
   Mar-03-21 Shirov vs Polgar, 1994
fiercebadger: The black queen takes a small step onto a white square , then for the rest of the game sticks to only black squares
   Mar-03-21 Janowski vs Rubinstein, 1907 (replies)
fiercebadger: for a similar but modern game see Shirov Polgar Madrid 1994
   Feb-22-21 Fischer vs Benko, 1965 (replies)
fiercebadger: I would speculate that Benko played Qc8 to deny Bobby the immortal which would have been created with the king march to h6
   Jan-24-21 Tal vs Averbakh, 1961
fiercebadger: I would be drawn to Bb3 because of the associated patterns (qxg6+) perhaps even seeing Rd3 ideas, but i would be aware i was a piece down! Tal pushes the calculation further and sees to a finish as Qf8 and Rb7 both return the piece,
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