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Conrad93
Member since Jun-30-12 · Last seen Jan-30-16
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   Conrad93 has kibitzed 3060 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-30-16 R Fontaine vs M Vachier-Lagrave, 2007
 
Conrad93: Wow, this reminds of the famous Polish Immortal, except for the fact it's 10x more amazing.
 
   Jan-30-16 Maxime Vachier-Lagrave (replies)
 
Conrad93: Why does Maxime say his weakness is the Najdorf when some of his best games involve the opening?
 
   Dec-29-15 L Bruzon Batista vs Ivanchuk, 2015
 
Conrad93: Wow, winning with the Armenian Variation! A very brave decision for a blitz game.
 
   Dec-29-15 Qatar Masters (2015) (replies)
 
Conrad93: It would have been more exciting to see Ivanchuk-Carlsen in a blitz game.
 
   Dec-29-15 Ivanchuk vs Akopian, 2015
 
Conrad93: Of course, the computer favors 17...Qd7, but this turns out to be rather passive.
 
   Dec-29-15 Gelfand vs M Antipov, 2015 (replies)
 
Conrad93: 7. Be2 might be playable, but I think 7. Bd3 is slightly more accurate. Not only does the bishop on d3 stop any ideas of a5-a4 from black, but it also allows the bishop retreat to Bc2, possibly allowing black to play Qd3 in the future with a strong attack on the kingside. The way ...
 
   Dec-29-15 Yu Yangyi (replies)
 
Conrad93: Amazing endgame play against Wesley So at the Qatar Open. Three pawns and rook vs. knight and rook in under 2 minutes, and he managed to play precisely to the end. Unbelievable! But I think So had a chance to go for repetition with the maneuver Ra2
 
   Nov-21-15 M Perunovic vs R Edouard, 2015 (replies)
 
Conrad93: Up until move 18, black was following the game Bronstein vs Uhlmann, 1965 , where Uhlmann played 18...Ke8 and managed to get an easy draw against Bronstein. 18...Qc5 is a computer move, and 19. Ke2? is just a blunder. The better prepared player won.
 
   Nov-21-15 Pelletier vs Nakamura, 2015
 
Conrad93: I think the KID is quite solid. It just requires a certain kind of player.
 
   Nov-02-15 Ding Liren vs W So, 2015
 
Conrad93: 4. e3 is nothing new, but it's hardly the best way to play against the KID.
 
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