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   joddon has kibitzed 148 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-03-17 A Riazantsev vs I Nepomniachtchi, 2016
joddon: Ian must have ran out of time LOL!!
   Dec-03-17 K Aseev vs Motylev, 1998
joddon: how the heck is Black destroyed here....white has so many drawing chances this a real chess game??
   Dec-03-17 Motylev vs V Malakhov, 1996 (replies)
joddon: white does not win this dumbest end game I ever seen.....if black thinks hes under a pin from the bishop after the king takes the rook...b-g4 can be blocked with f7f5....sometimes people don't see moves in games and they think they've won...happens a lot with Magnus Carlsen games ...
   Dec-02-17 A Chandra vs W So, 2016
joddon: Wesley So plays so much chess that any credit he gets is nothing but from the amount of chess he that point what others seem like its very hard situation.....he sees it like a small small problem.....he intimidates players a lot, hence like mAGNUS , WILL BE THE BEST ...
   Jan-14-17 Ehlvest vs Kasparov, 1977
joddon: thats why he is Kasaparov.....he dominates with the queen anywhere any time and day.......thats what he taught Carlsen .
   Jan-14-17 Reshevsky vs E Schiller, 1972 (replies)
joddon: 17 d5 is just such an ammateur decision by such a prime confused how great masters like that can make such bad moves......
   Jan-14-17 Keene vs Thomas, 1966
joddon: well still interesting game, Keene plays his center well despite blacks attempts to control it with the knight, and exchanging with the rook might not be an easy foresight for an average player....obviously also Keene gets good square advantage with his queen. abit too easy of a game
   Nov-27-16 A Susilodinata vs Carlsen, 2002
joddon: one cannot try and should not try to know lines against a machine like will backfire...he is made as a chess player....this game is a prime example of someone trying to remember moves while Magnus is the to prove hes the best and play like hes the best.....his Queen ...
   Nov-27-16 Sergey Karjakin (replies)
joddon: All he had to do was get over the fact that he beat Carlsen in game 8.....his over excitement led him to become over confident, and it was maybe a trick by Magnus to win the World Championship ....a tactic to make your opponent think hes winning or won.....and it works in mini ...
   Oct-15-16 Carlsen vs Anand, 2014
joddon: 26 should be re8...and yes H5 throws tha games, if the opening is really constructively and intuitively correct by playing Rd8 to allow his Whites Queen to come out.....I guess Anandd was really sure of the king side pressure and the way his knight would work but then to trade off ...
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