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Member since May-02-04 · Last seen Oct-16-19

   ajile has kibitzed 11400 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-15-19 Art Zhao vs D A Yeager, 2011 (replies)
ajile: After Black went up 2 pawns he needed to secure the k-side dark squares before considering pushing his q-side pawns. No way Black should lose this game.
   Oct-06-19 Tarjan vs R Henley, 1978 (replies)
ajile: Me Tarjan you Ron W. Henley
   Oct-02-19 C Hansen vs Ftacnik, 1991 (replies)
ajile: I dunno, kinda looks like a Sicilian Maróczy Bind opening.
   Sep-27-19 Colle vs J J G Delvaux, 1929
ajile: 7..c4 by Black is known to be positionally horrible in the Colle. Black gives up pressure on d4 for a slight q-side space advantage. But After White plays e4 the lack of pressure on d4 means Black loses center counterplay.
   Sep-26-19 C Costello vs M Fogg, 2011 (replies)
ajile: No What is on 2nd. He is on 3rd.
   Sep-26-19 L Shamkovich vs Alburt, 1983 (replies)
ajile: Or 16.Ned5.
   Sep-23-19 M Narciso Dublan vs Morozevich, 2015 (replies)
ajile: 5..f5 would be interesting. Also a thematic Black move in an agressive QID.
   Sep-17-19 L Galojan vs E Paehtz, 2009
ajile: lol I got 39..Qf5+ but was thinking I would get a perp not an actual win. :o)
   Sep-13-19 S Press vs Ding Liren, 2019 (replies)
ajile: <perfidious: For all the criticism levelled at White's plan of f4 and g4, this is standard stuff in the Closed Sicilian, what made it a fearsome weapon in Spassky's hands, and why the old main line (1.e4 c5 2.Nc3 Nc6 3.g3 g6 4.Bg2 Bg7 5.0-0 0-0 6.f4 e5) fell out of favour, Black's ...
   Sep-09-19 Koltanowski vs H Walpole, 1937 (replies)
ajile: Kolty was a serious genius for sure. I started chess with the Colle but soon realized Black can play with a k-side fianchetto which ruins all of White's fun attacking chances. Probably the reason it's rarely played now at top levels. The hybrid London System brought back to popularity
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