|Jul-19-10|| ||HeMateMe: Liem must have used a different variation than the one Leko generated with software.|
|Jul-19-10|| ||AuN1: after the way leko has struggled in endings recently, i'm not even sure what he is good at anymore. i had thought that was one of his strengths.|
|Jul-19-10|| ||The Rocket: Today nothing is working for him he was indeed a genius in endgames back in 2004.|
|Jul-19-10|| ||shintaro go: Wow, impressive|
|Jul-19-10|| ||apexin: Certainly, this is not the same Leko that
we seen playing kramnik or kasparov.
Maybe its some sort a mid-life crisis.
|Jul-20-10|| ||Ulhumbrus: 18 Rae1 invites the fork 18...Ne3 depriving White of one of his bishops. An alternative is 18 Rxf4 Nxe5 19 Be2 with two bishops for two knights and a pawn, and perhaps the better chances.|
|Jul-22-10|| ||ChessEscudero: funny, but only shintaro go praised le quang liem's play. everything else here is excuses from leko's fans.|
|Aug-09-10|| ||Whitehat1963: I've never been a fan of Leko's, but I think there's a lot of overstatement in this thread. It's just one game, and Leko hasn't been in the top 5 in how long now? I doubt he'll ever threaten the top five again in his career. He peaked, and that's it. Happens to everyone. But don't be surprised when he pulls off wins against Anand, Topalov, Kramnik, and Carlsen. He's still extremely good, and capable of beating anyone.|
|Aug-09-10|| ||OneArmedScissor: Leko is honestly one of the most mundane and uninspiring players in top level chess today.|
|Aug-09-10|| ||Illogic: Typical CG.com commenter, needless trashing of players|
|Sep-07-10|| ||jrbleau: Apparently Le Quang Liem played the line recommended up to move 12 by Lars Schandorf in GM Repertoire.|
|Mar-12-12|| ||LawrenceBernstein: Le Quang played a CK wet dream with Black.
This a great supplemental game to Schandorf's book.