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hcgflynn
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   hcgflynn has kibitzed 110 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-18-18 Carlsen vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
 
hcgflynn: <e5. It's hard to fathom out Carlsen, it's dull as ditch water and then you see a wee spark of an initiative and he starts to go to work. Fabiano will of been thinking, as we were...draw! now he knows he is, if Carlsen wants to, going to be pushed and poked about. The Knight ...
 
   Dec-29-17 Carlsen vs Grischuk, 2017 (replies)
 
hcgflynn: 60. - Rf1+ and Rxf6 seems easier.
 
   Dec-28-17 Leko vs Aronian, 2017
 
hcgflynn: 64. h5 is a blunder, white must have been very short on time. 64. Rc2! seems better. I think white had the better position until/around move 61. I might have tried 62. e6 for the win.
 
   Jul-17-17 V Malakhov vs Wei Yi, 2017 (replies)
 
hcgflynn: <fisayo123>The position looks even after that move to me. I'm not sure about 22. h3, it forces the inevitable Ne3+, maybe another move would have been better (22. Rc1?). Also, 25. Rxf5 and 26. Nh4 seems better than white's choice.
 
   Jan-30-17 Short vs Caruana, 2017 (replies)
 
hcgflynn: Why did black give up the d4 pawn with move 16? After it, white is clearly in control. Maybe 16. - g5 or 16. - 0-0 would have been better.
 
   Jan-27-17 R Rapport vs Van Wely, 2017 (replies)
 
hcgflynn: Another painful miss by Rapport. 22. Ne6 or 23. Ne6 would have been very strong. If he can learn to convert these advantages into wins, he will be a really powerful player. Also, really nice distinctive style. (Btw, 34. - Bd7 wins?)
 
   Jan-22-17 R Rapport vs Carlsen, 2017 (replies)
 
hcgflynn: I'm so happy for Rapport he didn't blunder this time. He was winning against So and Yi as well (and had a very good position against Nepomniachtchi), but for some reason he just didn't have the nerve and made serious mistakes. This time he didn't, and his opponent was the world ...
 
   Jan-16-17 Harikrishna vs B Adhiban, 2017 (replies)
 
hcgflynn: <Boomie> 43. Nf4 Rxe3
 
   Dec-11-16 L B Hoyos Millan vs G Garcia, 1986
 
hcgflynn: <johngalt5579: After 17Qd4 Bc5 looks pretty strong. I could be wrong I am just a neophyte.> 17. Qd4 Bc5 18. Qxd8 Rexd8+ 19. Kc3 Rac8 20. Kxc4 Rxc6 21. Kb3. I think white escapes.
 
   Nov-09-16 Aronian vs R Rapport, 2016 (replies)
 
hcgflynn: OMG what a beating... respect.
 
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