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Marmot PFL
Member since Apr-04-06 · Last seen Jul-18-18
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   Marmot PFL has kibitzed 25285 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-18-18 Nisipeanu vs A Giri, 2018 (replies)
Marmot PFL: So we will a sight seldom seen in recent times - a dancing rook proclaiming <GIRI WINS!>
   Jul-18-18 Kramnik vs J K Duda, 2018 (replies)
Marmot PFL: In the ending Kramnik showing the kid who is boss. At my amateur level I know younger players' weakness is often the ending but not at the top level. but it seems like black is rushing the moves, maybe just wanting to get it over with.
   Jul-18-18 Kenneth S Rogoff (replies)
Marmot PFL: Just to clarify: Kim Jong Un said he wouldn't denuclearize. Ooops.
   Jul-17-18 J K Duda vs R Wojtaszek, 2018 (replies)
Marmot PFL: could flip over to Kramnik game, though i doubt he can win it.
   Jul-17-18 I Nepomniachtchi vs Nisipeanu, 2018 (replies)
Marmot PFL: Neat zugzwang position - after 50...Rc7 51 Kd3 black has no moves that don't lose material.
   Jul-16-18 Dortmund (2018) (replies)
Marmot PFL: <I find it odd that the Germans would schedule a round on the day of the World Cup Final, which at the start of the tournament it seemed likely the Germans would be in. Why not start the tournament one day earlier and have Sunday 15th July as a rest day?> None of the ...
   Jul-16-18 Nisipeanu vs J K Duda, 2018 (replies)
Marmot PFL: < I wonder if the Nisipeanu's resignation was a bit premature.> Other sites say the game ended on move 35- 33 g3 Qc1+ 34 Kg2 Qc4 35 Qb2 d4 0-1
   Jul-15-18 R Wojtaszek vs Kramnik, 2018 (replies)
Marmot PFL: Kramnik is a most exciting player these days, he's trying to escape draws and entertain his fans, even if he draws eventually anyway.
   Jul-15-18 V Kovalev vs I Nepomniachtchi, 2018
Marmot PFL: Looks like something or Carlsen or Caruana might win, probably few others.
   Jul-14-18 Judit Polgar vs Shirov, 1995 (replies)
Marmot PFL: <I'm still trying to figure out what happens after 18 ... Qe6 (as opposed to Qb7 which obviously loses the queen)?> 18...Qe6 19 Nc5 Qc8 20 Qd5, too many threats
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