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DanQuigley
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   DanQuigley has kibitzed 26 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-12-18 S Shankland vs Tomas Sosa, 2018
 
DanQuigley: 1.d4 d5 2.c4 e6 3.Nf3 Nf6 4.Nc3 Bb4 This is the Ragozin Variation of the Queen’s Gambit Declined, an ambitious choice selected by Fischer on occasion. It has made a comeback in recent years. 5.Qb3 Black has to be prepared to meet six possible, strong, White fifth moves. In ...
 
   May-26-18 T Pipan vs W So, 2003 (replies)
 
DanQuigley: Oddly enough, Wesley was not under 10 when he played this game in the Under 10 Championship.
 
   May-13-18 Topalov vs D Anton Guijarro, 2017
 
DanQuigley: The endgame is a classic good Knight versus bad Bishop one. It's too bad Topalov didn't feel like seeing Guijarro's conversion. It could have been instructive.
 
   May-12-18 Leonardas Abramavicius (replies)
 
DanQuigley: Regarding Abramavicius and if anyone knows anything else about him, he had a sister who was born in 1912.
 
   May-09-18 S Landau vs L Abramavicius, 1930 (replies)
 
DanQuigley: Notes by Stockfish 8 v270317 (minimum 7s/ply) 1.d4 d5 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.Bg5 Nbd7 5.Nf3 c6 6.Qc2 Be7 Better is 6...dxc4 7.e4 b5 8.a4 Qb6 9.Be2 a5 10.O-O b4 11.Nd1 = -0.30 (24 ply) 7.e3= +0.43 (29 ply) After 7.cxd5 cxd5 8.e3 h6 9.Bf4 O-O 10.h3 a6 11.Bd3 b5 7...O-O 8.Rd1 Re8 ...
 
   May-09-18 Biographer Bistro (replies)
 
DanQuigley: That's the game. My submission was just approved then! Abramavicius posted a rare win with the Black pieces in this QGD variation.
 
   Mar-03-18 Larsen vs W Lauridsen, 1948
 
DanQuigley: 1.e4 e5 2.f4 This move initiates the King's Gambit. 2...exf4 Black accepts the gambit. 3.Nf3 This is the most popular move, no doubt because it follows Lasker's "Knights before Bishops" rule. However 3.Bc4 does every bit and even a little better for White in practical ...
 
   Dec-30-17 Staunton vs Horwitz, 1851
 
DanQuigley: “[Staunton] played the opening in a surprising modern manner, as can be seen from the following game.” Tony Kosten (1999) 5.d3 - I am not a fan of Staunton’s unusual fifth move. Nineteenth century players often made moves that had more to do with their pre-game conceived strategy
 
   Dec-08-17 Pillsbury vs Gunsberg, 1895
 
DanQuigley: The critical position is Black's 26th move. Gunsberg's defense had to be world class and he just wasn't up to the task. f5 by White can't be allowed. After Black taking twice on f5, White's Nb4 with double attack on a6 and d5 shows what's wrong with Black's position. Therefore, ...
 
   Nov-30-17 W Adams vs M Pavey, 1948
 
DanQuigley: 26...Nc7 and Black is actually equal!
 
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