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   hedgeh0g has kibitzed 4642 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-03-15 Kenneth Rogoff (replies)
hedgeh0g: ...and would it kill them to lay a few landmines?
   Sep-30-15 Glek vs I A Nataf, 2002
hedgeh0g: A positional masterpiece indeed.
   Sep-22-15 optimal play chessforum (replies)
hedgeh0g: <Thank you Lord for delivering us from this tin-pot dictator.> So who was it who enabled his rise to power in the first place? :)
   Sep-19-15 I Nepomniachtchi vs Nakamura, 2015 (replies)
hedgeh0g: The rules are clear: Ian forfeited his right to make a claim when he touched his piece. This being said, one has to wonder why Nakamura, surely aware of the rules, would do something like that. I suspect it was the presumed intent behind this action, rather than the action itself, ...
   Sep-17-15 Wei Yi vs Y Vovk, 2015 (replies)
hedgeh0g: What an intense game! I had a lot of fun watching this play out on the live broadcast.
   Aug-06-15 Wei Yi vs M Karthikeyan, 2010 (replies)
hedgeh0g: I'm not sure there is an immediate win, but 19...Rd8 looks like it gives Black a pretty strong initiative for a mere exchange.
   Aug-06-15 Nunn vs Hitech, 1992 (replies)
hedgeh0g: <Chess Is More: I've always found 4...Nd4 to be a dubious move in the Spanish Four Knights. 4...a6 is more reasonable.> It's mainline theory; what exactly is "dubious" about it? The Rubinstein Four Knights is one of Black's best-scoring and most respected continuations ...
   Jul-20-15 Fischer vs Petrosian, 1971 (replies)
hedgeh0g: <drtulio: I can't see the reason for 10. exd5 when he could have played 10. Nxd5 and avoided an isolated pawn. But I'm just a 1500 somebody...> 10...Nxd5 certainly looks more natural, but you do have to consider what happens after 11.Be4. This game is probably most famous for
   Jul-03-15 Wei Yi (replies)
hedgeh0g: If Carlsen is the new Karpov, then perhaps Wei Yi is the new Kasparov! Obviously, it's still too early to tell, but if he continues his spectacular ascendance, who knows what he can accomplish. As far as I'm aware, the venue for the 2016 Candidates tournament is yet to be ...
   Jun-01-15 Korchnoi vs Ragozin, 1956 (replies)
hedgeh0g: <Phony Benoni> Yes, of course. An error in the PGN is far more likely than an incredible mutual oversight! :)
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