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Al Williams
Member since Sep-24-10 · Last seen Dec-11-18
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   Al Williams has kibitzed 18 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-08-16 Warren Wang vs A Williams, 2015
Al Williams: Wow, I never heard of a 6 pawn attack in the KID! I thought 4 was the max, anyway nice finish.
   Jan-25-16 Jon Rigai vs A Williams, 2014
Al Williams: You're right I'm guilty of using a fancy word that doesn't quite apply. Refutation is more like it!
   Feb-07-15 E Inarkiev vs I Nepomniachtchi, 2015 (replies)
Al Williams: I wondered why Inarkiev didn't play 31. Re5! leading to the same tactics one move sooner?
   Dec-11-14 J Sloan vs A Williams, 2013
Al Williams: I love combinations such as the one beginning with 24..Nb3 because they involve multiple captures and recaptures when the consequences of each action has to be calculated to completion. Anyway I beat Sam Sloan and his son!
   Jun-29-14 A Williams vs D Brodsky, 2013 (replies)
Al Williams: A poor decision to opt for an endgame a pawn down. In any case the middle game was not very promising.
   Mar-27-14 E Zhang vs A Williams, 2013
Al Williams: It appears black could force a win after 57.Re7 with 57. Qb6+ 58.Ke8 Qc7! as in the previous post. 57. e5 advancing the pawn unnecessarily exposed the king to lateral checks when the paramount problem was how to control the b pawn. Although I played accurately to take advantage ...
   Feb-01-14 A Williams vs E Sokolovsky, 2013
Al Williams: 42 Bc5 not too shabby!
   Jan-23-14 A Kats vs A Williams, 2013 (replies)
Al Williams: I think this is a fine example of late king side castling as a potent attacking mechanism for black! The endgame also had some interesting nuances.
   Jul-02-13 J L Watson vs A Williams, 1979
Al Williams: Mutual time pressure if I remember accurately. It's interesting how one can make meaningful cogent moves under duress that hold up to subsequent scrutiny.
   Mar-12-13 Kenneth Eng vs A Williams, 2012
Al Williams: This was a last round game where both players had experienced a mediocre performance and were not at all interested in a peaceful result. After 29. ..Ng2 I think it was all downhill for white.
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