Friday, February 22, 2008

GM Nigel Davies Annotated IM Jimmy Liew game in Chesscafe.com!



I noticed in one of GM Nigel Davies (left) , Let's Take A look, Chesscafe archives columns title Don't Blame The Authors , it discuss about habits of many chess player buying chess opening book in the expectation that this is what it takes to help them win games and when it doesn’t happen they start looking round for someone to blame. Rather than admit that they’re not quite as strong as they’d like to be (heaven forbid) or don’t know how to study, so they blame the authors of the book they bought!.

What made the articles interesting is he annotated Malaysian first IM- Jimmy Liew (right) games against Asia first GM Eugene Torre. Below is his introduction comments of the game:-

..."This month’s game features a nice win with the Veresov by someone who didn’t read my book (it hadn’t been published). Jimmy Liew uses a homemade treatment of the opening, going his own way on move five. Later, he shuffles his pieces round to the king side and unleashes a fierce attack"...


What made the articles interesting is he annotated Malaysian first IM- Jimmy Liew (right) games against Asia first GM Eugene Torre. Below is his introduction comments of the game:-

..."This month’s game features a nice win with the Veresov by someone who didn’t read my book (it hadn’t been published). Jimmy Liew uses a homemade treatment of the opening, going his own way on move five. Later, he shuffles his pieces round to the king side and unleashes a fierce attack"...



Read the articles and annotated game
here




photo (jimmy liew) from kid4chess.com

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