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Member since May-06-20 · Last seen Feb-01-23
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   tbontb has kibitzed 207 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-25-23 Tarrasch vs Bird, 1895
tbontb: Tarrasch methodically develops his pieces to attack the misplaced Black K. After 14....dxe5 (better ....Ne4) there seems to be no way back.
   Jan-18-23 Steinitz vs Tinsley, 1895
tbontb: A very early Modern Benoni. White Steinitz grabs the material and weathers the storm by resourceful defence. For Black Tinsley, 25....Nf4 (better Nd4 with approximate equality) seems to be the main error, handing White a winning advantage.
   Jan-14-23 Lasker vs Gunsberg, 1895
tbontb: Lasker's direct if suspect attack (better 10....d4) is met by imperfect defence and he wins rapidly.
   Jan-14-23 Chigorin vs Tinsley, 1895
tbontb: An unusual game where analysis suggests White is much better from 28.Rxf6 onward, despite the boxed-in Qa8.
   Jan-11-23 Lasker vs Steinitz, 1895
tbontb: Surprisingly, the provocative 24....f5 should equalise against 25. Nxe5 after the best continuation 27....Kg8. The losing error is 27....fxg4.
   Jan-11-23 Chigorin vs Gunsberg, 1895
tbontb: Sober analysis suggests Gunsberg actually defended well against the Evans gambit to reach a theoretically advantageous position. However, the blunder 29....c5 threw it all away in one move and Chigorin gratefully seized his opportunity.
   Jan-08-23 Pillsbury vs Steinitz, 1895
tbontb: A titanic struggle, as might have been expected. 34.....Bc6 looks doubtful (better Nxd5). After 41....Rc2 (better ....Kc7) the ending is probably just lost as the h-pawn is too fast.
   Jan-08-23 Albin vs Tarrasch, 1895
tbontb: White Albin blunders a piece in the face of Black Tarrasch aggression. 17.Rg1 loses but 17.Bf4 limits Black to a small edge.
   Jan-04-23 Janowski vs Pillsbury, 1895
tbontb: 41.Qh4 appears to be the decisive error. Instead 41..fxg6 hxg6 42.f5 keeps the game alive.
   Jan-04-23 Tarrasch vs Blackburne, 1895
tbontb: A text-book attack by Tarrasch. The last chance was probably 18....Ng4 19.Bf4 Rd4 20.h3 Rxf4 21.Rxf4 Nxe5.

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