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   tympsa has kibitzed 45 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-16-22 Tal vs Keres, 1959
tympsa: Final white position when Tal eventually decided to resign , is pathetic . As a mediocre amateur club player I have habit to try to convert positions where top GM resigned against Stockfish 11. Sometimes it is really hard, sometimes I even lose or draw playing stronger side because ...
   Jun-24-21 Keres vs Bogoljubov, 1943 (replies)
tympsa: It sounds fun : I dont know exactly what to do against strong black center in Scheveningen, so I play g4 ! Bogo was washed up has-been in war years anyway so there was no big danger to fail .
   Jun-15-21 E Gerstenfeld vs Keres, 1940
tympsa: How the hell dont you notice straightforward rook move attacking your queen ? It wasnt some sly discovered attack from another corner of the board checking your king and then -bang ! - , when you move your king away from check, on next move your queen is gone. Of course it happened ...
   Jun-12-21 Korchnoi vs Keres, 1965
tympsa: Yes, chesstempo database also says game notes 39.Ra1 Rf5.40 Rh8 Rf2. Here 40...Rf2 is missing completely Back then time control was after 40th move. Perhaps Keres sealed his 40 ...Rf2 into envelop,for adjourment, but Korchnoi did not continue the game next day because he was ...
   Jun-09-21 Keres vs Fischer, 1962 (replies)
tympsa: Keres was very frustrated that he lost day before it to Benko. With it he probably lost his best shot for title match He played last two rounds quite badly. But there probabaly was another reason why he handled game with Fischer carefully. At the moment it was not known if Botvinnik ...
   May-23-21 Browne vs Keres, 1975 (replies)
tympsa: Usually after tournaments he played simuls against local chess amateurs and even overstayed time he was allowed to be abroad because of tournament. We have to remember that in Soviet Union people were not allowed freely travel abroad and return from there when they wanted like in ...
   May-12-21 Portisch vs Korchnoi, 1970 (replies)
tympsa: Fischer saw conspiracies everywhere. After decades he accused that all Karpov- Kasparov games and matches were fixed, results predetermined . And position is far from win. White is better, but barely out of opening, lot may happen here .
   Apr-20-21 Spassky vs Tal, 1958
tympsa: yes, 59. Qh8+ Ke7 60. g4 hxg4 61. fxg4 was quite obvious way to win fast. Why Spassky did not go for it was mystery .
   Apr-13-21 Ehlvest vs Dreev, 2003
tympsa: Dreev`s clock expired ? Position is totally drawn, opposite color bishops does not give that passer any hope to go thru
   Apr-13-21 Ehlvest vs Dreev, 1985 (replies)
tympsa: What a furious attack from Ehlvest . After 15...g6 looks like black is not so bad and after 17. Nf7 black panicked. Black should have played calmly 17... Nfd5 18.Nxd5 Nxd5 19.Qh4 Rg8 with equal game .
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