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Dave12
Member since Apr-07-14 · Last seen Feb-22-19
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   Dave12 has kibitzed 242 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-31-19 Yu Yangyi vs Le Quang Liem, 2019 (replies)
 
Dave12: A case of a powerful knight vs a bad bishop, combined with a rook on the open line. A very nice a game to study.
 
   Jan-30-19 B Adhiban vs Yu Yangyi, 2019
 
Dave12: <ex0duz: <Dave12: 10.♗e3?, 11.♗xf7+? Very weird and totally unexpected in this level.> Lol yeah coz it doesn't work> Of course, I meant that those moves are a beginner's errors. I don't think I would've play them and i'm a 1600 player..
 
   Jan-29-19 B Esen vs Aronian, 2010
 
Dave12: 16.dxc5 Bd3 isn't that bad. White can hold with 17.Rxd3 Nxd3 18.cxb6 a3 19.Qc2 Qxb6 20.bxa3 [DIAGRAM] 16.d5, on the other hand, gives black a very comfortable game. When white blundered with Qd2 black was already much better
 
   Jan-26-19 Carlsen vs J K Duda, 2019 (replies)
 
Dave12: <Penguincw: The Endgame Explorer doesn't have any Carlsen BN vs. K endings, so we'll never know.> The closest thing he had to that ending, I think, is Carlsen vs Aronian, 2012 where black resigned before testing his B+N mating ability.
 
   Jan-24-19 Ivanchuk vs Tomas Sosa, 2019 (replies)
 
Dave12: It seems that black didn't understand the purpose behind the weird looking 19.Bc7, he played right into it.
 
   Jan-24-19 Aronian vs W So, 2014 (replies)
 
Dave12: I don't understand what happened in this game, Having a really hard time finding the losing move from black. I find comfort in the fact that probably Wesley So didn't undestand what's happening as well..
 
   Jan-22-19 J K Duda vs Kramnik, 2019 (replies)
 
Dave12: The g5-g4 from black was very risky and probably unjustified. Not because of a tactical point rather than a bad strategy, pushing a kingside pawn while being behind in development, and giving away the center. Duda was quick to point that out with 18.b5 and 19.gxh3.
 
   Jan-21-19 Carlsen vs R Rapport, 2019 (replies)
 
Dave12: 32.Rd5 is so neat in this position. Reminds me the 28.Re5 in Carlsen vs Anand, 2012
 
   Jan-20-19 Ding Liren vs J K Duda, 2018
 
Dave12: <Dave12: Some crazy calculation here. Ding must have seen everything before 22.e5!!...> I meant 22.d5!!, of course.
 
   Jan-14-19 Carlsen vs Anand, 2012
 
Dave12: My favorite MC game ever. The quickness of which the black position was turning from "looking fine" to "totally lost", without anyone being able to spot the losing move and without any major blunder, is something you rarely find in the world stage of chess. The only game I can recall
 
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