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beenthere240
Member since Jan-28-04 · Last seen May-27-18
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   beenthere240 has kibitzed 4454 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-15-18 Russian Team Championship (Women) (2018)
 
beenthere240: A 7.5 out of 8 isn't bad. She was also killing in the endgames which is great to see. Had to be good for her ratings.
 
   May-03-18 B Adhiban vs Carlsen, 2018
 
beenthere240: I think 19. Nf5 is pretty strong actually. 19. a4 doesn't seem to do much.
 
   May-02-18 US Championship (Women) (2018) (replies)
 
beenthere240: "Ethnic American?" Oh, of course, names like Chief Red Cloud and Pocahontas!
 
   Apr-27-18 Ding Liren vs R Mamedov, 2018 (replies)
 
beenthere240: Looks like the traditional refutation still works (IQP).
 
   Apr-23-18 Carlsen vs R Wojtaszek, 2018 (replies)
 
beenthere240: 27... Rh1 didn't work out so well. Black probably thought that MC had missed 29...Rxe5.
 
   Apr-23-18 Navara vs Topalov, 2018 (replies)
 
beenthere240: Or maybe I imagined it.
 
   Apr-20-18 Carlsen vs Navara, 2018 (replies)
 
beenthere240: Carlsen buffaloed by the Caro-Kann
 
   Apr-19-18 Gashimov Memorial (2018) (replies)
 
beenthere240: Gashimov called. He wants his tournament to liven up.
 
   Apr-11-18 W So vs M Mahjoob, 2007 (replies)
 
beenthere240: Black was in trouble by move 14. On move 15 ...Bd7 was essential to even keep the game at a nearly 2 pawn disadvantage. 15...Ne7? gives white the opportunity to achieve a winning advantage.
 
   Apr-08-18 Carlsen vs Vitiugov, 2018 (replies)
 
beenthere240: About the b3 plan, I think that when white's king reaches b5, black's king goes to d7, protecting the R and giving it an escape route. The doubled pawn is black's only weakness and it's not all that much of one
 
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