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   jorgegatica has kibitzed 21 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-16-06 L Espig vs Csom, 1978 (replies)
jorgegatica: Almost first :-) ... Well, the theme is easy to see when you consider that white has a bishop in a3 and black has a king in f8... Then the idea changes to calculate the move necessary to clean the diagonal and Ncd5 comes to mind. Next moves are forced or almost forced.
   Mar-02-06 S Khodzhibekov vs Korchnoi, 1956 (replies)
jorgegatica: Chesstoplay argues that Korchnoi is the strongest chessplayer and not World Champion... then I went to his page and enjoyed his games; and there I found this truly gem Karpov vs Korchnoi, 1994 For me, the 59... move is one of the toughest puzzles I have ever seen. It wins ...
   Feb-26-06 Leko vs Topalov, 2006 (replies)
jorgegatica: Now Rxd7 and white is on top because bishp in f6 and rook in h8 will be hard to move. And knights will make a feast on light squares...
   Feb-22-06 Keres vs Gligoric, 1959 (replies)
jorgegatica: As was explained, theme is Q without defense... But, I was wondering... what if 27.-...Kh8? I discovered what may be the smash I leave the analysis of this variation to motivate players... (hint: after a pair of moves, the same idea comes back).
   Feb-10-06 Bronstein vs V Kim, 1978 (replies)
jorgegatica: GM D Bronstein was a world class fighter but here we see him absolutely dominated by a weaker player with a stronger position. The final moves are awesome!
   Feb-06-06 A Niedermayer vs P Haba, 1996 (replies)
jorgegatica: It is pretty easy. Old theme of killing the defender: RxNe5 and then Qd3 hangs. The other obvious line should also work easier and more direct: Change in d3 then sacrifice Rook in e3 and pin along diagonal. No defense against double attack on g4. White has even less chances to
   Feb-02-06 H Spangenberg vs Karpov, 1994
jorgegatica: White had an absolutely won game. Black just wanted to finish the pain.
   Feb-02-06 H Spangenberg vs Kramnik, 1991 (replies)
jorgegatica: Hmmm, the Argentinien guy plays very well and this crushing victory against a former World Champion deserves more analysis. Kramnik refuses a clear draw and 46.-... Ka6 was a strange blunder... Time problems? Hugo, greetings from a Chilean fan and congratulations for a fine ...
   Jan-17-06 Oll vs Y Kruppa, 1987 (replies)
jorgegatica: Tim, with all due respect, your suggestion sucks: 30. Qxf6? is answered with Rf7 and Black gets initiative...
   Dec-08-05 D Przepiorka vs L Prokes, 1929 (replies)
jorgegatica: This is an amazing attack which begins from a typical position. The player is a fine strategist and better tactician.
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