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detritus
Member since Feb-07-11 · Last seen Apr-28-15
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   detritus has kibitzed 70 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-17-15 W So vs A Giri, 2015 (replies)
 
detritus: Thought Giri was going to take a page out of the Book of Gareev and follow up 17. a5 with 18. Ra6.
 
   Apr-16-15 Gashimov Memorial (2015) (replies)
 
detritus: <Why not also invite the top two girls (Hou and the newly crowned Mariya?)> For Mariya Muzychuk, at least, the organizers had no way of knowing that she would be the reigning women's champion by the time the participants had been set. My impression is that these super ...
 
   Apr-13-15 Miles vs J Franco Jimenez, 1994 (replies)
 
detritus: Just don't slip up on the placement of the queen.
 
   Apr-10-15 Nakamura vs T Gareev, 2015 (replies)
 
detritus: If 1. e4, are we going to see the Scandinavian from Gareev today?
 
   Apr-03-15 N Pogonina vs M Muzychuk, 2015 (replies)
 
detritus: I happened to be awake for the start of the game. Watching it live, it did give off an impression of the players catching their breath after their slog through the bracket.
 
   Apr-01-15 C Holt vs Nakamura, 2015 (replies)
 
detritus: I think Holt just missed that interposing the rook on f7 snuffed out his attack long enough for Black's tactics in the vicinity of the White king to take hold. Probably a combination of Holt's time trouble and Naka's superior tactical acumen.
 
   Mar-31-15 FIDE Women's World Chess Championship (2015) (replies)
 
detritus: Oh, man, 33. Qf3? and 34. Rc2?? and Harika just fabricates a serious ass forkin' for herself out of thin air in her first tie-break game with Muzychuk.
 
   Mar-17-15 T Abrahamyan vs D Harika, 2015
 
detritus: The silicon avatars all say White missed 43. Bxc4! Whether the recapture is with the N or the B, it ends up as RPP vs. R in favor of White, with White's f- and g-pawns remaining on the board after the dust settles.
 
   Mar-17-15 Koneru vs Ayah Moaataz, 2015 (replies)
 
detritus: I looked through the computer evals of this game at the WWCC website, and the Houdini eval only changed from +2 and change to +3 and change after Black's 26th, so while not ideal, it wasn't quite the game changer I thought at first glance.
 
   Mar-15-15 D Naroditsky vs Gao Rui, 2015 (replies)
 
detritus: This is just a mauling, and there's nothing particularly fancy about it that I can see. It is notable because Gao is in pretty good form himself right now. Naroditsky is quietly having a nice tournament. He drew against someone in the low 2300s in Round 3, but has more or less ...
 
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