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Member since Feb-04-14 · Last seen Aug-22-17
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   Junbalansag has kibitzed 42 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-14-17 Altibox Norway (2017) (replies)
Junbalansag: Perfect score for Wes!
   May-21-17 W So vs M Vachier-Lagrave, 2017
Junbalansag: I wonder why there are no kibitzing on this fantastic game by Wesley So and Maxim-Lagrave. The bishop sacrifices of So are reminiscent of Tal's style of chess and are instructive.
   May-19-17 A Giri vs A R Saleh Salem, 2017
Junbalansag: Anish is a cerebral chess player. That explains why he seldom losses.
   May-14-17 W So vs Karjakin, 2017
Junbalansag: A win against Karjakin, the defense minister of chess, by Wesley So is noteworthy!
   May-14-17 I Nepomniachtchi vs A R Saleh Salem, 2017 (replies)
Junbalansag: It appears that GM Salem is a force to reckon with. He is formidable in blitz game, as shown in his results!
   Apr-25-17 Gashimov Memorial (2017) (replies)
Junbalansag: Wesley So will catch up, even winning this prestigious tournament.
   Apr-06-17 US Championship (2017) (replies)
Junbalansag: Wesley So used to say, chess is 99% calculation and 1% positional play. His tenacity could lie on his ability to calculate long combinations which oftentimes rival computer engine like Houdini or Stockfish. His peace of mind and humility can be attributed to his Christian faith.
   Jan-28-17 Tata Steel (2017) (replies)
Junbalansag: It appears that in this Tata Steel 2017 anybody from Wesly So, Wei Yi, Magnus Carlsen and Levon Aronian can win the tournament, considering the close scores the four Supergrandmasters have. I'll put my bet for the Phil-Am Wesly, being the tournament leader, my compatriot.
   Jan-18-17 V Dobrov vs M Ragger, 2017
Junbalansag: This is now the ultra modern way of playing chess - with uncastled king!
   Jan-17-17 Van Wely vs W So, 2017 (replies)
Junbalansag: Toward the endgame, LVW has a pawn up and a solid pawn structure, but miles away from homing. WS created two weaknesses by pushing two pawns which are far apart from each other. They are unstoppable home runs!
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