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James J. Henderson
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   James J. Henderson has kibitzed 7 times to chessgames  
   Jun-17-19 FIDE Candidates (Women) (2019) (replies)
 
James J. Henderson: Can you imagine if the Muzychuk sisters had played to win against each other, and Anna Muzychuk had won both games? Then, going into the last day of the tournament, Anna Muzychuk would be one point behind Goryachkina and maybe could win the tournament depending on how the
 
   Jun-10-19 Tan Zhongyi vs Lagno, 2019
 
James J. Henderson: <dumbgai> True, but Black didn't have to allow this. The simple 67...Rf8 would have maintained Black's advantage. (Incidentally, you meant to say 71.Ne3, not 71.Nf3.)
 
   Jun-09-19 Lagno vs N Dzagnidze, 2019 (replies)
 
James J. Henderson: Interesting game. It looks like Dzagnidze had a good position early on, and 26...Rxc3 would have allowed her to attack White's queenside pawns. Dzagnidze was in big trouble after 49...Ne2+. Lagno's 52.Ra2 gives Black a drawing chance with 52...f4, but then Dzagnidze's ...
 
   Jun-06-19 A Goryachkina vs V Gunina, 2019 (replies)
 
James J. Henderson: Goryachkina's 72.Nh4 is the sort of move that made me fall in love with chess as a child. It somehow makes me think of Frank Marshall, where every way of accepting or declining the sacrifice loses. It's also, incidentally, White's only winning move in the position.
 
   Jun-01-19 N Dzagnidze vs Tan Zhongyi, 2019
 
James J. Henderson: <siggemannen> I'm not sure if you're joking, but 4.Nd3 was Carlsen's move in Game 6 of the 2018 world championship match against Caruana. Carlsen returned to the far more common 4.Nf3 in Game 11.
 
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