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LazyNinja
Member since Jan-22-07 · Last seen Mar-28-13
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   LazyNinja has kibitzed 7 times to chessgames  
   Mar-23-10 Judit Polgar vs Kaidanov, 2010 (replies)
 
LazyNinja: I've got some notes I made of this game posted at my new Dragon site at http://openingtheory.wordpress.com/... Also, I think it might be interesting to check out the rest of the site if you're interested in learning the Dragon. I was writing a book on it, but decided just to post ...
 
   May-06-08 M-Tel Masters (2008) (replies)
 
LazyNinja: Okay, so Black's probably winning in the final position, but it wasn't a courtesy draw. Topalov had only 40-something seconds left and Juett had 50-something I believe and Topalov offered a draw. Playing fast enough to avoid getting flagged there while blindfolded and having to ...
 
   Dec-30-07 Alexander Grischuk (replies)
 
LazyNinja: Nakamura plays as Smallville.
 
   Jun-26-07 Karjakin vs Ivanchuk, 2007 (replies)
 
LazyNinja: Arriving at it via the accelerated move order here allowed Black to dodge the currently considered uncomfortable 9.0-0-0 (i.e. no Bc4), and furthermore, White had to play an early Bb3 (allowing 10...Nxd4!?, for one thing, but the way Ivanchuk played it is fine). A more normal try ...
 
   Mar-20-07 Sicilian, Dragon, Yugoslav Attack (B76) (replies)
 
LazyNinja: Hey SicilianDragon: There's some stuff about Bh6 in the Soltis in IM Martin's new Dragon book. (Mostly not as good as Dearing's but it has a couple interesting lines and analysis.) Anyway, he gives some analysis claiming a refutation to the Nc4 variation. Some sort of ...
 
   Mar-19-07 Sicilian, Dragon, Yugoslav Attack (B77)
 
LazyNinja: Hey guys. Anybody here play on Chess Live or FICS? I play as NimzoCapa on both (mostly Chess Live now, but also some on FICS in response to specific challenges). Anyway, I play both sides of the Yugoslav Attack and know a lot of the theory pretty deep and would love to get in some
 
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