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   Doktorn has kibitzed 185 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-03-15 London Chess Classic (2015) (replies)
Doktorn: I hoped they would keep going with being an odd number of players and let the player without a game sit with the commentators and give analysis on the live video feed. Found it very interesting when they did it last year (or was it two years ago?).
   Dec-03-15 Spassky vs Avtonomov, 1949 (replies)
Doktorn: Got 19. Rxd5 Qxd5 and the line ending with the knight fork of the queen and king which made me pretty sure 19. Rxd5 was the right first move. But like other has commented I didn't see any direct winning combination if black declines the rock sacrifice with Qc7 (or even the dangerous
   Oct-11-15 L Bruzon Batista vs E Iturrizaga, 2008 (replies)
Doktorn: <nevzka>White will have a rock for a knight. After Qxh2 34. Kxh2 Bf5 35. Bxf5 exf5 36. Re5 black should also lose the knight (or rock of the knight is moved) and be a whole piece up.
   Sep-23-15 R Comstock vs T J Szczypka, 1982 (replies)
Doktorn: Yeah, very easy for Wednesday. And also one of does puzzles when the solution feels so natural it doesn't feel like a puzzle. The option to pin the queen just jumps out at you and nothing is really sacrificed. With that said my first split of a second idea was to play Be7 to cut of
   Sep-15-15 Topalov vs S Zhigalko, 2015 (replies)
Doktorn: Guess he felt he needed to compensate for the eleven move draw in the previous game.
   Mar-06-14 World Chess Championship Candidates (2014) (replies)
Doktorn: I predict Aronian or Kramnik will take this. Karjakin as the dark horse. I'm hoping Aronian takes it. A Carlsen-Aronian match is for me the most exciting match-up right now. I'm surprised Topalov is regarded so highly here. From what I seen of him in the last years his chess has ...
   Dec-05-13 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
Doktorn: <Shams> Ah, you're right. For some reason I thought it started the first of december. Thanks!
   Apr-01-13 World Championship Candidates (2013) (replies)
Doktorn: What a picture from the live feed! Carlsen standing a few feet away watching Kramniks game while Kramnik is agonazingly looking down on his lost position.
   Dec-18-12 Wiesel vs Weigel, 1923 (replies)
Doktorn: I think this is quite a hard tuesday. The game line is no problem. But instead of 8. ... Qa5 8. ...Qc5 puts up more of a struggle since the queen can escape. For exemple 8. Nd5 Qc5 9. Nxc7+ Kd8 10. Nxa8 Qxb5 is an exchange up and black cannot castle, but not as winning as tuesday ...
   Dec-03-12 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
Doktorn: So this is how I see Carlsen now in comparison with top 20-something. Opening; Below average to average. His opening knowledge seem to be below many of his peers. I think it is quite often we see Carlsen coming out of the opening worse the his opponents. He does play a wide variety ...
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