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   ajile has kibitzed 11060 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-18-18 A Giri vs Ding Liren, 2015 (replies)
ajile: Is 20..g4 premature? Isn't a move like 20..f4 more in line with usual Black attacking ideas? Also seems like Black could develop the attack with pieces on the kingside before breaking with either ..g4 or ..f4. For example 20..Qg6 might stop many of White's counter chances that were ...
   Feb-15-18 Karpov vs Yifan Hou, 2018 (replies)
ajile: There is a reason White usually plays 8.a4 after Black plays 8..a6. Most Benoni players only dream of being able to expand with ..b5 on the q-side this early in the opening.
   Feb-14-18 J P Sonnet vs M Poupinel, 1985 (replies)
ajile: White gets everything he could ever want out of a double e pawn opening. e4 plus f4 plus Nf3 behind the f pawn PLUS the king bishop outside the pawn chain on c4! If you are Black playing into this you deserve to lose IMO.
   Feb-10-18 Carlsen vs Bu Xiangzhi, 2017
ajile: <drpoundsign: I don't understand why white didn't have counter play with QF7+? When the king moves out of check he could take the rook.> You mean 29.Qf7+? I thought so too at first but play it out and you will see the king finds safety from the checks eventually on h8.
   Feb-08-18 Kramnik vs Harikrishna, 2017
ajile: No k-side fianchetto plus Black bishop on b7 = please put your knight on f5 and make me suffer.
   Feb-03-18 A Giri vs B Adhiban, 2018 (replies)
ajile: Geez I must be hallucinating. This almost looks like a Benoni Defense to me.
   Feb-03-18 Robert E Byrne vs Browne, 1975
ajile: <Howard:> :o)
   Feb-03-18 L Day vs Nickoloff, 1977
ajile: 15.Be3 is suboptimal according to my Rybka3. [DIAGRAM] Analysis by Rybka 3 32-bit : 1. = (0.21): 15.Re1 b6 16.Nd5 Ne6 17.Ne3 Nxg5 18.Nxg4 Ne6 19.a4 d5 20.Kg1 Qd7 21.h3 Rc8 22.a5 2. = (0.03): 15.Nce4 d5 16.Nc3 e6 17.Kg1 f6 18.exf6 Bxf6 19.Be3 Rf8 20.Nh7 Bh4 21.Qd2 Rh8 22.Ng5 Qb6 ...
   Feb-02-18 Bronstein vs V Mikenas, 1941
ajile: <ChessHigherCat: <aijile> Sorry, I don't know theory at all but this is what I often end up playing with Arena when I play e4 as white: 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 f5 3. d3 fxe4 4. dxe4 Nf6 5. Bc4 No idea what to call it, maybe Latvian Gambit declined?> Yes this is a Latvian Gambit ...
   Feb-02-18 Lahno vs A Karlovich, 2002
ajile: I like 8..gxf6 better in this position than 8..Qxf6 which loses a pawn for basically nothing in a simplified position. Black can probably draw with accurate play after 8..Qxf6 but it will be a long uphill painful battle.
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