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Yuridmi
Member since May-15-17 · Last seen Oct-14-19
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   Yuridmi has kibitzed 26 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-10-19 Carlsen vs Kuzubov, 2019 (replies)
 
Yuridmi: White is fully developed. King castled and safe, big center, with a squeeze in progress. Black's King is vulnerable in the centre, he has one of those do-nothing knights on b6, Queen is far from the action. His opponent is Magnus Carlsen. Other than that, Kuzuobov is doing great.
 
   Sep-16-19 C Coppola vs B Macias Murillo, 2009 (replies)
 
Yuridmi: Thank You, Great God Sargon! We offer you prayers and supplications! Actually a very instructive anti-Benoni game. Shows how White can get his bum in a sling with just a few non-contact slow moves in the opening when aggression was called for! Thanks Again Sargon! We love the ...
 
   Aug-21-19 M Diesen vs C Brasket, 1977
 
Yuridmi: Mark Diesen was a real talent and a real gentleman too. He beat me mercilessly in a club game in Louisiana many years ago. The game was published in the Mississippi Chess Journal with a headline reading something like "How not to play the Queen's Gambit Declined." Mark stayed a few ...
 
   Aug-05-19 L Laustsen vs Timman, 2019
 
Yuridmi: Lost Lars loses loudly Timman handles the Benoni like a chainsaw and just brutalizes his much younger opponent
 
   Jan-20-19 Carlsen vs Mamedyarov, 2019 (replies)
 
Yuridmi: On 18Jan19 <Cormier> provided this Kibitzing comment: "it should be <29.Nbc5> because both Ns can jump there." I applied Cormier's correction in the .pgn text for the game (replacing Nc5 with Nbc5 on White's 29th move), and fed it into my Chess computer (Shredder 12) ...
 
   Dec-30-18 T Gelashvili vs T Khmiadashvili, 2001 (replies)
 
Yuridmi: My Shredder gadget calls this one a draw. Instead of 36. ... Kxg6 it gives 36. ... Qxb3; 37. Qg5 Rf8; 38. g6xf7 Kh7 followed by perpetual check. Refutation?
 
   Dec-06-18 B Kostic vs Maroczy, 1908 (replies)
 
Yuridmi: Hi WannaBe Excellent comments! I share your sentiments Merry Christmas to you
 
   Oct-30-18 S P Sethuraman vs Tarjan, 2018
 
Yuridmi: Tarjan is a Good Guy, returning to chess in his sixties after a 30-year absence. Too bad blundered a pawn in a completely even position. Maybe a bit rusty. Stay with it, James! The victories will come
 
   Sep-06-18 J Xiong vs Shabalov, 2017 (replies)
 
Yuridmi: al wazir: I couldn't see what kept white from playing 21. Qxa8 or 22. Qxa8. My silicon chess-beast says game is EVEN after 21. Qxa8 Rxf4+ So al wazir you are on to something
 
   Aug-06-18 Blackburne vs Jetson, 1861 (replies)
 
Yuridmi: His boy Elroy Astro the dog Spacely his boss 1861 was a long time ago, I wonder if any record exists to see if Jetson's given name was "George"
 
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