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ajile
Member since May-02-04 · Last seen Dec-12-17
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   ajile has kibitzed 11031 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-12-17 Carlsen vs Adams, 2017
 
ajile: If Black plays normal moves White is simply getting a Dutch Defense in reverse with an extra move. The most interesting of these is the Reverse Leningrad Dutch with g3 and Bg2. The problem with f4 is you BETTER KNOW HOW TO DEAL WITH THE FROM GAMBIT 1..e5!?. Can be extremely dangerous ...
 
   Nov-24-17 F Reinfeld vs Denker, 1934 (replies)
 
ajile: Once Black allows White to get the strong pawn on d5 the game is totally miserable for Black. Maybe Black spent too much time with developing the K-bishop to g7.
 
   Nov-14-17 Keene vs Miles, 1976 (replies)
 
ajile: <ray keene: Definitely one of my favourite games, though I am quite fond of my other victories against Miles. Against that generation of English Grandmasters I had a good score, 3 wins v Miles, 4 wins v Nunn, 2 wins v Speelman and 1 win v Mestel, with overall just 2 losses. Also ...
 
   Nov-02-17 Bacrot vs Morozevich, 2017
 
ajile: The only way Black doesn't suffer in a Maróczy Bind style formation like this is if he is able to get in ..d5 and stay equal. Black was not able to do this in this game.
 
   Oct-31-17 Kramnik vs Smirin, 2002
 
ajile: <moppa: 35.dxe7 Rd5 am I right? White have to move his queen and black picks up the rook.> Sorry just noticed your post so you win. Except it's 35..Rd4 not 35..Rd5.
 
   Oct-31-17 Nakamura vs E Inarkiev, 2003
 
ajile: I admit I'm not an expert on this opening but I've always heard the key defining "bayonet" move in modern times is b4. Game Collection: How to play against the Bayonet Attack. Kramnik vs Smirin, 2002
 
   Oct-28-17 T Kantans vs E Inarkiev, 2017
 
ajile: <tjipa: I do not see - why the hell couldnt the black just take the bishop on move 28??> The shattering of Black's k-side pawn structure combined with White's well placed pieces and threat of e6 makes the move 28..gxh6 problematic. But this isn't that easy to see over the ...
 
   Oct-24-17 Olga Viewer chessforum (replies)
 
ajile: <OhioChessFan: <2...Nf6. White to move.> <I like that a lot. It's silly to say "Black just played 2...Nf6". Since when has White ever played 2...Nf6?> Since when has White ever played 2...anything?> You missed the joke. Black's last name was "White" in that game. ...
 
   Oct-22-17 Kasimdzhanov vs P Zpevak, 2017 (replies)
 
ajile: OK I have my Rybka running on the end position and Black is WINNING easily. [DIAGRAM] Analysis by Rybka 3 32-bit 1. -+ (-4.79): 58...Nxc3+ 59.bxc3 Kxf6 60.Kd4 Kxf5 61.c4 f6 62.Nd3 Rg7 63.c5 Rg4+ 64.Kd5 Rxg3 65.Nc1 Rxa3 66.c6 h4 67.Ne2 2. -+ (-2.76): 58...Kxf6 59.Nd7+ Ke7 60.Nb6 ...
 
   Oct-13-17 European Club Cup (2017) (replies)
 
ajile: Seems to be an increase in Black openings featuring the Pirc-Robatsch-Modern complexes. With decent results for Black which is interesting. Alternatively other secondary favorites (mine) like Benoni-Dutch and QID seem to be less popular and less effective. : /
 
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