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superstoned
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   superstoned has kibitzed 194 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-28-21 Stoltz vs Kotov, 1952
 
superstoned: On page 25 of V. Henkin's excellent book "1000 Checkmate Combinations" he quotes this game but the diagram wrongly includes a White rook on b1 haha!,,,completely changes the evaluation.
 
   Jul-26-21 Janowski vs Yates, 1924
 
superstoned: Wow, Black has gotta feel good after a game like this....playing on in a miserable position, ignoring any depression that mighta made you want to resign. Playing the most stubborn annoying defense you can, and then, voila! first White lets slip a draw and next blunders you the ...
 
   Jul-25-21 Gurgenidze vs Spassky, 1959
 
superstoned: <Everett> at least a 1000. The familiar method is Simple. Very simple, even.
 
   Apr-24-21 Kamsky vs Anand, 1994
 
superstoned: <sozinattack> no i think you're talking about the Rd 1 game from this match, which ended in a draw after a crazy king march
 
   Apr-22-21 Anand vs Kamsky, 1994
 
superstoned: In addition to Magnus, Kamksy himself is also especially fond of this thriller!
 
   Jan-16-21 A Zapata vs E Torre, 1988
 
superstoned: After White's somewhat overly ambitious f-pawn thrust, Torre channels the great P. Morphy and develops with attack for more than five moves in a row, ending with the awesome 25...♗e3! If 14.gxh4 then Black Noah's arks on the queenside. If 17.♖xf5 ♗xf5 ...
 
   Jan-05-21 Yates vs Bogoljubov, 1924
 
superstoned: White plays 17.e5? and allows the hostile king-knight free rein over crucial dark squares via d5. After bullying the White queen for awhile, Bogo achieves a lovely double-fork 14 moves later... Instead, in the game Capablanca vs Bogoljubov, 1922 White guards the darks squares ...
 
   Dec-23-20 Capablanca vs Maroczy, 1924
 
superstoned: <edubueno> I think 5.Nc3 mainly works because of the availability of the b5 square after 5...Qxb2?! Alekhine suggests that after 5.Nc3 c4 6.Rb1 the move 6...Bf5 gives White a worse position than the one obtained with 5.Qc1. But yeah, I agree with you that Capablanca played
 
   Nov-17-20 Alekhine vs Marshall, 1924
 
superstoned: <NM JRousselle> and <Calli> According to Alekhine, 52...Qe5+ 53.g3 Nh4 leads to a drawn queen ending. White doesn't play 54.Nxg6 allowing Black to keep a minor piece on the board after 54...Qxg7 55.Qe4+ Ng6, but first moves the king out of the pin with 54.Kh3! Now ...
 
   Aug-17-20 Kamsky vs Hjartarson, 1993
 
superstoned: Kamsky spent a long time preparing his kingside pawn break. While psychologically the careful prophylaxis seems successful since Black maybe started shuffling back and forth a little carelessly around move 31-39, when they were probably both feeling time pressure; Gata writes in
 

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