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   Dec-03-18 Darmen Sadvakasov
Troller: He played a blitz tournament in August:
   Nov-28-18 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
Troller: <Check It Out: A top 5 list without Carlsen is off topic ;)> Ah, I was called out! Magnus could be added to a top-5, but always difficult with still active players on such lists. Anyway, big congrats with your title defence! Now I look forward to Nielsen commenting the games ...
   Nov-26-18 Carlsen - Caruana World Championship Match (2018) (replies)
Troller: <zb2cr: And now we get to see if Caruana really does have some super-duper opening preparation saved up for the purpose of winning one point. Now is the time, if ever there was a time, for him to use it if he has it.> I think we can rest assured that if he had such super-duper
   Nov-18-18 Carlsen vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
Troller: <Llera: Wasn't it draw after 30.Qd2, Qxc4; 31.Qd8+ afollowed by 32.Qh4+?> Yes. It seems still a draw, but there is some scope for losing the thread of the game.
   Oct-25-18 Isle of Man Masters (2018) (replies)
Troller: Xiong's ingenious piece sac against Rapport and Karjakin's 2N mate grind against Sevian were perhaps the most spectacular games yesterday. Naka btw is back in the top, and with White against surprise GM Gupta today he could well be leading the tournament tonight.
   Oct-23-18 R Praggnanandhaa vs Eljanov, 2018 (replies)
Troller: Fine effort by the young Indian. Maybe he was worse somewhere in the middlegame, but surprisingly he seemed to judge the endgame better than his experienced opponent. <Murkaratas75: Recommendation for a pun: How deep is your love?> I don't get it; perhaps if Deep Sengupta was ...
   Oct-20-18 British Championship (2018) (replies)
Troller: <HMM> That would be McShane. I believe Howell is full-time pro.
   Oct-11-18 Vinkovci (1968) (replies)
Troller: Some comments by Fischer related through Larsen here: Matulovic vs Fischer, 1968
   Sep-26-18 A Giri vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
Troller: Indeed, seems Caru has now solved whatever problems may have been there. White can play Nd4 which will lead to trades and finally one pawn back at d5 for White, but meanwhile Ra8-e8-e2 goes into what looks like dead drawn rook endgame.
   Sep-26-18 Chess Olympiad (2018) (replies)
Troller: Today's games feature among others: Anish Giri vs Fabiano Caruana Jorge Cori vs Wei Yi Loek van Wely vs Hikaru Nakamura Parham Maghsoodloo vs Vladislav Kovalev Eric Hansen vs Viswanathan Anand Evgeny Ilgizovich Bareev vs Vidit Santosh Gujrathi Not to mention the prestige match ...
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