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   protonchess has kibitzed 86 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-26-18 So vs Aronian, 2018 (replies)
protonchess: I agree with Svidler - I think this was the best game of the event up to now. Black made mistakes but they weren't out of the blue - he was under a *lot* of pressure already with all the White pieces beautifully centralized. Look at all the juicy squares for the N after 33. Nf4!
   Mar-26-18 So vs Karjakin, 2018 (replies)
protonchess: I have a strange dark feeling about this tournament. Is there a Dr. Zohar Jr. among the spectators maybe?
   Mar-12-18 Aronian vs Kramnik, 2018 (replies)
protonchess: Glattke: you don't defend as White in the opening.
   May-28-17 Shankland vs I R Ortiz Suarez, 2017 (replies)
protonchess: When someone plays a line like 6. h4 and wins, everyone says how smart it was of him. Nobody ever asks the followup question, would he not have won had he played a more usual line, and would that perhaps not have been better for the game and the chess community as a whole?
   May-24-17 Kupreichik vs Tal, 1970 (replies)
protonchess: With all the posters here musing if Tal was really Black in this game ... guess what, he had played the same sacrifice in a similar position versus Larsen in 1965, and won: Tal vs Larsen, 1965
   May-12-17 Spassky vs Korchnoi, 1977 (replies)
protonchess: Ok Ok, you're right
   May-12-17 FIDE Grand Prix Moscow (2017) (replies)
protonchess: @ SirRuthless: the relevance is that Kaspersky is listed as one of the sponsors. See above on the page.
   May-12-17 Wei Yi vs C Zeng, 2017 (replies)
protonchess: @ RichardTaylor : indeed, and this is quite typical in a way. To put an odd plan into question one must find concrete moves, often odd looking ones :-) I like the Knight on c4 so much that don't want to move it on to e5. I'd like to follow up with a setup like g3 and Bf4. ...
   May-12-17 Geller vs Polugaevsky, 1961 (replies)
protonchess: @ LIFEMasterAJ : since Kg8 doesn't relieve the fork threat, white can play simply 32. Rxe8 Qxe8 33. Qxd2 and be a Rook +
   May-12-17 Reshevsky vs S Kagan, 1971
protonchess: Black made 2 major mistakes in this game: 1. He played to draw and ended up playing to lose 2. He didn't last long enough to get Reshevsky into time pressure :)
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