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   justwatcher has kibitzed 9 times to chessgames  
   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!...
   Sep-09-15 Staunton vs Saint Amant, 1843 (replies)
justwatcher: This game has an essential poker-shaped side. Staunton struggled to maintain equilibrium until he had the idea of distracting the opponent's attention through the rooks'movements on his left side (and black's right). Only then he stepped in with his queen!...
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