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   computer chess guy has kibitzed 661 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-20-14 Topalov vs Vallejo-Pons, 2014 (replies)
 
computer chess guy: 9. .. g5 looks very questionable.
 
   Jul-27-14 Korchnoi vs Short, 1987 (replies)
 
computer chess guy: Korchnoi was much better out of the opening, and it is amazing Short managed to win this. 21. Qe5 (instead of Rg3) looks crushing: [DIAGRAM] Black will find it very hard to protect the c7 pawn and also fend off other threats.
 
   Jul-23-14 N Grandelius vs R Kurayan, 2013
 
computer chess guy: 21. f4? (Stockfish suggests 21. Ng3, preventing .. f5 as in the game).
 
   Jun-05-14 A Brkic vs M A A Sabli, 2006
 
computer chess guy: Black was ok until he played 20. .. Re7 and White found 21. Nf5!. The sac cannot be accepted: if gxf5, 22. Qg5!. Better was 20. .. Bxh6 21. Qxh6 cxd4 22. Nxd4 and Black is under pressure but surviving.
 
   May-19-14 Koneru vs Ju Wenjun, 2013
 
computer chess guy: White was winning this but let the win slip away. In particular 26. Qxc5 picks up another pawn and was better than 26. Be3. Later on 30. f3 was a blunder and Ju found the accurate Qd6!.
 
   Apr-29-14 Z Gyimesi vs Vaganian, 2006
 
computer chess guy: A very sharp game. White was better out of the opening and had good chances to win this I think. But Vaganian defended very well. 27. Qa4! [DIAGRAM] is interesting and looks better than the game move Rb1.
 
   Mar-15-14 Svidler vs Kramnik, 2014 (replies)
 
computer chess guy: This is one of Kramnik's great skills: playing an endgame like a machine.
 
   Feb-24-14 S Volkov vs S Beshukov, 2002
 
computer chess guy: Black was managing to equalize but blundered with 28. .. Nh6 (.. Ne5 and he is probably still ok). 24. .. fxe5+ 25. Kxg5 also looks =.
 
   Jan-29-14 Radjabov vs Carlsen, 2012 (replies)
 
computer chess guy: 17. .. Qb8 is actually a serious blunder, and Carlsen should have lost. The right response was 18. e5: [DIAGRAM] and the Knight on f6 has nowhere to go.
 
   Jan-20-14 Morozevich vs P Kotsur, 2012
 
computer chess guy: 18. .. Nce5! looks very unpleasant for White: [DIAGRAM] Black is threatening to win the loose pawn on c4. If 19. Ne2, Black plays Ng6, targeting another loose pawn (h4).
 
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