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   DWTaylorSr has kibitzed 45 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-26-18 Caruana vs Aronian, 2018 (replies)
DWTaylorSr: Congrats to Fab!! Cool under pressure. Not sure who plays tomorrow, but would prefer to see Shak or Fab against Carlsen. I don't think either will prevail but should be some better games than a repeat of the past cycle. Just my opinion for what it is worth. Yeah I know, everybody
   Mar-12-18 Caruana vs Mamedyarov, 2018 (replies)
DWTaylorSr: I agree with you. Re2 and Re1 look ok. The game still looks like it will end up drawn. Maybe later they would fight for a result.
   Jan-25-18 Tradewise Gibraltar (2018) (replies)
DWTaylorSr: Want to see the tournament's best game, go to Debashis -Navara rd.#2 . What a great game!! Hats off to Debashis for that comeback!! Not to mention being about 250 pts. lower rated! Great game!!
   Jan-25-18 S P Sethuraman vs L Cernousek, 2018
DWTaylorSr: Good game by both players. Clean opening lines , but Black drops a pawn in the middle game and White schools him in a nice endgame making the pawn hold up for the win.
   Jan-25-18 D Debashis vs Navara, 2018 (replies)
DWTaylorSr: What a great game!!! Wildest game I've seen for a long time. Navara was all over Debashis ,but you could see the tempo change an when Navara reaches for the final bullet to put this to an end, lo and behold , it's not there!! Then ,Debashis makes his comeback! You really owe it ...
   Jan-21-18 Tata Steel (2018) (replies)
DWTaylorSr: Caruana is the mystery to me in this tournament.Great player and it looks like he is trying some new ideas in the openings,but not getting the results. Giri is finally playing inspired chess for a change.You got to like his approach to every game ,playing at least a draw. Hard to
   Jan-20-18 Anand vs Kramnik, 2018 (replies)
DWTaylorSr: Funny how certain guys have the other guys number in chess. Anand had trouble beating Alex Sherzer back in his younger days. Sherzer was about 2500 when he retired to study medicine. Never world class like Anand, but beat him regularly.
   Jan-17-18 Kramnik vs Svidler, 2018 (replies)
DWTaylorSr: Thanks for the input on this position. Like I said in my comments, I just could not see the immediate threat. I also agree Svidler 's position was bad and it does make sense to call it quits at this point Thanks again!!!
   Dec-04-17 London Chess Classic (2017) (replies)
DWTaylorSr: Here's the problem with this type of tournament. Everyone is too familiar with each other. Fact#1. No incentive to perform at a higher quality level if all financials are guaranteed! Fact #2. True, attendance is going to dictate the future of these tournaments. Fact #3.Ilike the ...
   Sep-25-17 Tarjan vs Kramnik, 2017 (replies)
DWTaylorSr: Very true about Tarjan from the 70's.A very good and upcoming player of the times. He had an outstanding result in, I believe the 1974 Olympiad ,wining a medal for the US. After that he just faded from the chess scene .I saw where he made a come back of sort in some Midwest ...
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