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ajk68
Member since Feb-10-06 · Last seen Jul-20-18


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   ajk68 has kibitzed 610 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-05-18 G Meier vs Gelfand, 2018
 
ajk68: This is a strange game. It is almost as if black did not want to win. Almost every mistake by white was returned in favor. I ran this analysis to pinpoint exactly where white lost, which I thought was not getting the rook on a7 into a defensive position on the h-file. This is indeed ...
 
   Jun-26-18 Gleizerov vs Krasenkow, 2016 (replies)
 
ajk68: 16. Nxg6? Why would any master play that move? Shameful.
 
   Jun-22-18 Carlsen vs Aronian, 2018
 
ajk68: <morfishine:<...Magnus switched from the highly tactical games of his late teens to more strategic games> Not exactly true. Carlsen has had to shape his game over time due to the increasing difficulty of the opposition> I don't think we disagree here. I was pointing out ...
 
   Jun-22-18 Topalov vs W So, 2016 (replies)
 
ajk68: As a puzzle goes 19...f5 seemed like the only move to me. It activates an attack on f2 while getting the knight off the edge of the board. The possible number of lines after that seems a bit overwhelming.
 
   Jun-08-18 S Volkov vs D Anikonov, 2016 (replies)
 
ajk68: Why didn't black claim the draw on three-fold repetition? Especially instead of resigning?
 
   Jun-07-18 Anand vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
 
ajk68: My reasoning why 47. Qxf4 is losing is that white's f3 pawn blocks the bishop's protection of the g2 pawn. The rook can capture the f2 pawn creating a passed pawn. The bishop also is screened from the h1 queening square. I have not worked it out in detail but I think the rook can ...
 
   Jun-04-18 Fischer vs C Munoz, 1960
 
ajk68: Two successive bad moves, 17 and 18 squandered Fischer's opening advantage. 22. e5? was the losing move.
 
   May-28-18 M Elgohary vs K Elfelo, 2008 (replies)
 
ajk68: The complete lack of awareness on black's 21 move made me look up the player's rating. I knew it couldn't be too high.
 
   May-21-18 Svidler vs Karjakin, 2018
 
ajk68: 32. Rg5? Svidler tried to get too cute, thinking it gave an escape path for his bishop. 32...gxh5? would be a disaster for black. Black found a decent reply with 32...Ne4. Stockfish says 32...Rdd2 is stronger.
 
   May-08-18 Potkin vs Gelfand, 2018 (replies)
 
ajk68: Clever finish.
 
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