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Member since Oct-24-09 · Last seen Dec-14-18
Should I say something here? I doubt you're interested in me.
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   Knightenprise has kibitzed 26 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-12-14 Short vs D Howell, 2014 (replies)
Knightenprise: After 21...Qf6 White would no longer have had any need for a kingside after winning a piece with Rxa5... Furthermore, 18.f5 is a very typical idea; with black's forces diverted to the queenside, the e5-square (hopefully) weighs less than opening up white's dark squared bishop,
   Oct-09-14 D Andreikin vs Caruana, 2014 (replies)
Knightenprise: <White has an decisive advantage due to black's weak bank rank combined with his ♔position.> Don't forget there's also a pawn missing for black!
   Sep-14-14 Petrosian vs K R Smith, 1972 (replies)
Knightenprise: Can someone with a better grasp on the position than me explain the reasons for 16. Rab1 and black subsequently refusing to take it?
   May-29-12 Nezhmetdinov vs P Ermolin, 1946 (replies)
Knightenprise: So, in this 14.Kh1 (at least that move seems to make more sense than 13.Kh1 instead of 13.Nf5, surely it's move 14 people mean?) line, how's 14...Nc6 for black rather than 14...Qc7?
   May-21-12 Anand - Gelfand World Championship Match (2012) (replies)
Knightenprise: <erniecohen> You did indeed! Apologies, for some unfathomable reason I was only looking at white playing Kc1 instead of Kc2 after Qxf3+... Why aren't you playing in Moscow? ;)
   Jan-28-12 Short vs Mamedyarov, 2012 (replies)
Knightenprise: Refers to the queen strolling confidently to b2, but finding itself with no place to go at the end of the game, I think.
   Dec-28-11 Reggio Emilia (2011) (replies)
Knightenprise: How would you proceed in the position in Nakamura-Caruana with black, SteinitzLives? And what would you do with white?
   Dec-24-11 Santa Claus (replies)
Knightenprise: Dear Santa, What's your favourite opening?
   Oct-05-11 Romanishin vs N Gaprindashvili, 1971
Knightenprise: White approaches knights in an original fashion in this game, and by move 21 both of them have found themselves on the edges of the board. This is followed by in two moves maneuvering the thing on h4 over to the backrank post e1. Meanwhile the thing on a4 never does anything ...
   Sep-27-11 Aronian vs F Vallejo Pons, 2011 (replies)
Knightenprise: <@anandrulez> I think Aronian's attack once he had finally assembled that battery speaks for itself.
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