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justwatcher
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   justwatcher has kibitzed 12 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-01-18 Saint Amant vs Staunton, 1843
 
justwatcher: Staunton had the great idea of 49...Qh1 while the Frenchman at move 62 lost his best chance when he has advanced the pawn before having shot the rook!...
 
   May-01-18 Carlsen vs Ding Liren, 2018
 
justwatcher: Very nice to look at but it has been obviously and previously agreed upon to be a draw!
 
   Feb-23-18 A Indjic vs S Gagare, 2018 (replies)
 
justwatcher: Why on earth White did not eliminate the black pawn at move 95?
 
   Dec-20-15 Carlsen vs N Batsiashvili, 2015 (replies)
 
justwatcher: He could have suffocated her, but I think he enjoyed her guts and did let her go!...
 
   Sep-14-15 Korchnoi vs Uhlmann, 1960
 
justwatcher: A crystal-clear equality!...
 
   Sep-11-15 Beetlestone vs Saint Amant, 1858
 
justwatcher: White's behavior is suicidal due to his wrong choices: he should have preserved the queen instead of taking the bait N at move 23; at move 35, the exchange was not a deuce and at moves 37 and 41, ouch! they are logically inexplicable...
 
   Sep-11-15 Falkbeer vs Saint Amant, 1858 (replies)
 
justwatcher: At move 17,instead of an useless sacrifice White should have played Nb5...
 
   Sep-10-15 Saint Amant vs Staunton, 1843
 
justwatcher: At move 32 it should have been Bxf4 instead of Kg3!...
 
   Sep-09-15 Staunton vs Saint Amant, 1843
 
justwatcher: Here Staunton's trick was to place his movements "all over" the board, with the pawns hunting as a mean of distracting attention. The material balance is here very strict for others than pawns...
 
   Sep-09-15 Staunton vs Saint Amant, 1843 (replies)
 
justwatcher: On the contrary Saint-Amant won this one a la Karpov, through hard and quiet work aiming to accumulate material and positional advantages, but with nothing of spectacular. Staunton is a gambler, the Frenchman is not one!... That's their fundamental difference!...
 
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