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   AuN1 has kibitzed 2357 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-13-18 Dortmund Sparkassen (2018) (replies)
AuN1: <Sorry, my Polish friend. The neo-liberal globalist elites are not going to leave you Poles or the brave Hungarian people alone, they will continue to exploit you and demand that you get onboard with their sinister agenda of mass immigration of "refugees" to Europe, and sustained ...
   Jun-16-18 Kramnik vs Shirov, 1994
AuN1: < FSR: <raju17> I think 31.Rh3 is met by 31...Rg6! (threatening 32...Qxh3 33.Bxh3 Nh2#), and if 32.Rxh2, then 32...Nxh2+ 33.Kg1 Nf3+ followed by 34...Nxd2 and wins.> I wondered the same thing, and the response to 31...Rg6 is 32.Rg3; kramnik should have then opted to ...
   Apr-16-18 GRENKE Chess Classic (2018) (replies)
AuN1: When are we going to get a thread forum for shamkir? Doesn't it start in a couple of days?
   Apr-16-18 Minic vs A Planinc, 1975
AuN1: False, <dovif> and <danielbryant>; e5 is not defended (no pawn on d6 or knight on c6). White can respond to 9...c5 with a check on e5, followed by c3. 9.Qxd4 is just sub-par because white is already behind in development and it would only get worse with that continuation.
   Mar-29-18 World Championship Candidates (2018) (replies)
AuN1: < keypusher: <jphamlore> <For those who think Carlsen plays no opening innovations> Nobody thinks that. <He left Kramnik's favorite line in the exchange Queen's Gambit Declined in a smoking ruin....But probably wanting to knock Kramnik out of the ratings race for ...
   Jan-28-18 Tata Steel (2018) (replies)
AuN1: It's a shame they're finding it necessary to do these tie-breakers; giri is the deserved champion, having vanquished mamedyarov and kramnik, the next two highest finishers behind carlsen and himself.
   Sep-13-17 World Cup (2017) (replies)
AuN1: <Marmot PFL: <tamar> Might have been this one Kramnik vs Ponomariov, 2009> Aronian vs Kramnik, 2010
   Aug-15-17 St. Louis Rapid & Blitz (Rapid) (2017) (replies)
AuN1: What's up with the broadcast? Can't seem to find a working one anywhere.
   Jul-23-17 Kramnik vs M Bluebaum, 2017 (replies)
AuN1: Wow. Incredible game. Shades of Karpov-topalov 1994 linares.
   Nov-14-16 Carlsen vs Karjakin, 2016 (replies)
AuN1: So sick of carlsen playing this kind of junk. Once again shows that he relies on his opponents blundering in long endgames to secure many of his victories. Glad he wasn't rewarded for that this time.
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