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Member since Dec-04-13 · Last seen Oct-21-18
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   CountryGirl has kibitzed 476 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-19-18 Jakovenko vs I Nepomniachtchi, 2018
CountryGirl: Surprised there are no comments about this game, as not many people can beat Nepo in such a way. A never-ending initiative - in exchange for 2 pawns. Whew! Wish I could play like that.
   Aug-21-18 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
CountryGirl: Thank you Sargon for all your work at this time. Best wishes.
   Aug-18-18 Ulf Andersson vs Gligoric, 1983 (replies)
CountryGirl: Amazing that Gligoric had such a dominating score against Ulf (6-1). What was it in their styles that produced that lopsided a result?!
   Jul-25-18 N Georgiadis vs Carlsen, 2018 (replies)
CountryGirl: Nico showed courage to save this, considering he was on 0/3, and the opponent was MC.
   Jun-23-18 Tal vs P Cramling, 1990
CountryGirl: That chocolate bar made all the difference on International Women's Day... :)
   Jun-23-18 Movsesian vs N Miezis, 2008 (replies)
CountryGirl: Nice exchange sac by the alleged 'chess tourist' :)
   Jun-16-18 Tal vs J Flesch, 1981 (replies)
CountryGirl: This game is a masterclass in attack and defence. Tal's set-up is supposed to be theoretically fine for black, but as Tal showed many times, it can be difficult to defend against white's initiative. Stockfish labels black's 13th and 17th as errors, and his 29th was the blunder ...
   Jun-14-18 Wesley So (replies)
CountryGirl: Have to say that Wesley's recent games have been fantastic - very masterful against even the strongest opponents. I'll be checking his games as a priority from now on (might even buy his Italian or b3 DVDs!)
   Jun-09-18 Wojtkiewicz vs Lazarev, 2001
CountryGirl: Misprint in this game - it should be 28...Ke7, not Ke8.
   Jun-07-18 Anand vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
CountryGirl: Jeez Louise, since when is Anand outplayed on the white side of a Petroff?!? Or even a 'French Exchange'as this game so quickly became? Talk about a bad day at the office...
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