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SniperOnG7
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   SniperOnG7 has kibitzed 441 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-17-10 L Dominguez vs Kramnik, 2010 (replies)
 
SniperOnG7: With his superior tactical and strategic understanding compared with even many of his SuperGM colleagues, it is quite sad that Kramnik continues to waste his potential on the Petroff. Just my opinion.
 
   Dec-11-09 Gelfand vs Ponomariov, 2009 (replies)
 
SniperOnG7: <Pencho> hear hear!
 
   Nov-11-09 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
 
SniperOnG7: Kramnik has been utilizing the Nimzo well these past couple of games with black. I'm just wondering when will someone avoid it. What then? Queen's Indian? Slav? These are not very dynamic openings, and in Kramnik's hands this point has not been been refuted yet. But yes, in ...
 
   Nov-11-09 Kramnik vs Ponomariov, 2009 (replies)
 
SniperOnG7: A chess lesson from Kramnik: how to play a game of chess - from opening to endgame. This is arguably the first endgame I've learnt in a while.
 
   Aug-30-09 Van Wely vs Stellwagen, 2009 (replies)
 
SniperOnG7: Not sure why Van Wely continues to play this dreadful 10. g3 when there are much better (practically and theoretically) lines available. 10. g3 is very weakening and provocative: opening ends and the black pieces are already swarming all over the white king. Sad.
 
   Jun-10-09 E Agrest vs Ponomariov, 2003 (replies)
 
SniperOnG7: My phone is always on silent
 
   Jun-08-09 Chinese Championship (2009) (replies)
 
SniperOnG7: <hellopolgar> lol I'm not Japanese but I got that one. ^^
 
   Apr-19-09 4th FIDE Grand Prix (2009) (replies)
 
SniperOnG7: <virginmind> Aggressive killer-instinct expression rather than the poker-face? ;)
 
   Apr-17-09 E Alekseev vs Eljanov, 2009 (replies)
 
SniperOnG7: Eljanov had a serious initiative from about move 15 onwards. For example, if he had played 16...Re8, it would overload the white queen (which has to protect e3 and b4). If white plays 17.Re1, THEN black plays ...b5-b4! which forces white to either exchange and open the a-file for
 
   Apr-17-09 Akopian vs Leko, 2009 (replies)
 
SniperOnG7: A very well-played game by Leko, easily neutralizing the Ng5-e4 plan that is popular against the ...Bd6 Meran. White got no advantage out of the opening and by move 21, it's nice to see Leko's total control of both the dark and light squares all over the board. All his pieces ...
 
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