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Member since Oct-01-11 · Last seen Mar-24-18
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   Mudphudder has kibitzed 502 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-22-18 Kramnik vs Aronian, 2018 (replies)
Mudphudder: I have to say (and I think many will agree here) that despite Aronian & Kramnik being at the bottom of the candidates barrel....the top two most exciting players at this tournament are indeed Kramnik & Aronian. These two are not afraid of playing sharp continuations or finding ...
   Mar-16-18 W So vs Aronian, 2018 (replies)
Mudphudder: Wesley So and Levon Aronian are the two biggest streak players among the top super-grandmasters, in my opinion. Both have potential to win a candidates tournament. But both have these winning/losing streaks that make them appear stellar one moment....and then horrible the next. ...
   Mar-16-18 Aronian vs Grischuk, 2018 (replies)
Mudphudder: One of the most (if not the most) exciting draws that I've ever seen.
   Mar-12-18 Aronian vs Ding Liren, 2018 (replies)
Mudphudder: This game reminds me of why I'm not a grandmaster (nor master for that matter). I was completely lost as to the direction of where this game was going after move 15. Good thing it only lasted another 7 moves. HAHA
   Mar-12-18 Fischer vs Larsen, 1958 (replies)
Mudphudder: Is this the game that inspired Fischer to use the expression "sac, sac, pry open the h-file" when talking about beating the Dragon sicilian?
   Mar-12-18 World Championship Candidates (2018) (replies)
Mudphudder: Wesley So is simply too streaky of a player. Sure, when he's hot he's onfire. But the problem is that when he starts losing there's also no stopping the bleeding. Not the kind of player optimally suited for the world championship contention.
   Feb-08-18 Kramnik vs W So, 2018
Mudphudder: When I read Wesley's comment about how he thought Vlad was playing "very risky chess" I was immediately reminded about how Magnus once during an interview also mentioned that he felt Vlad played a certain "street style" of chess (I don't remember exactly what words Magnus had ...
   Jan-21-18 Carlsen vs G Jones, 2018 (replies)
Mudphudder: Who cares that Magnus didn't see 23.g5. What's more unbelievable is that Magnus is able to turn this game from a dead lost to a win! We should be saying more like: I don't understand how Gawain didn't win this game!!!
   Nov-30-17 Tarjan vs Ljubojevic, 1969 (replies)
Mudphudder: Who cares. It's still Tarjan....the biggest underdog to take down Kramnik!!!
   Nov-22-17 A Riazantsev vs R Rapport, 2017 (replies)
Mudphudder: One of the finer finishes I've seen by Richard.
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