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Mortadulo
Member since Sep-14-07 · Last seen Jan-23-19
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   Mortadulo has kibitzed 21 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-09-17 Aleksandar Ivanovic vs M Djukic, 2008
 
Mortadulo: 6. d4 is far more accurate and leaves white ahead in space, mobility, and will even be able to castle quicker.
 
   Jun-03-17 Altibox Norway (2017) (replies)
 
Mortadulo: There is potential for multiple gems played during this tournament!
 
   Oct-22-16 Jobava vs Wang Hao, 2006 (replies)
 
Mortadulo: The initial move might be obvious sure. I notice a lot of people complaining about it being too easy... There is a difference between finding the first move and proving that it works.
 
   Oct-19-16 I Sokolov vs J van Foreest, 2016
 
Mortadulo: I feel it is safe to say he overlooked that a safe Ng6 would give mate. Otherwise he would not have allowed the Bxc4 -> Be6 maneuver. White did a nice job of overworking the defending Bishop.
 
   Oct-12-16 R Mamedov vs Akobian, 2016
 
Mortadulo: 12...Kxd7 looks much better for black. It supports the weak pawn on d6 and connects the rooks. I was unable to find a way to take advantage of it as White to the same degree as 12...Qxd7 provided.
 
   Oct-06-16 S R Burns-Mannion vs C Aravindh, 2016 (replies)
 
Mortadulo: Great play by Black here. 17... exd4 was probably a shock to White!
 
   May-09-16 V Artemiev vs E Inarkiev, 2016 (replies)
 
Mortadulo: Good ol' touch move in time trouble
 
   Sep-20-07 Emms vs V Tukmakov, 1996 (replies)
 
Mortadulo: " InspiredByMorphy: Im suring Im missing something easy here but after 27. ...Qc8 28.Nf6+ Kf8 what is whites continuation? If 29.Nxd7+ Qxd7" 30. Qh8+ ...Ke7; 31. Rxd7+ wins.
 
   Sep-20-07 Bogoljubov vs Alekhine, 1922 (replies)
 
Mortadulo: This was my first time seeing this game... What an interesting series of pawn pushes! To be fair however. Most of the people talking about how poorly Bogo played appear to be commenting on his "poor" moves when he was already in a clearly worse off position. I bet you Bogo was a ...
 
   Sep-20-07 Grischuk vs Svidler, 2007 (replies)
 
Mortadulo: I have to admit I was 45 minutes late for work because I was watching this game yesterday. I have not seen Grischuck play with this much vigor in quite some time. Just when I thought he had already reached his peak he comes and throws this gem at us. beautiful game by both ...
 
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