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mjmorri
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   mjmorri has kibitzed 273 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-26-18 A Veingold vs B Ivanovic, 1979
 
mjmorri: Black quickly gets into trouble after castling long. Stockfish 9 recommends going for a perpetual with 17...Bd6 18.h4 exd5 19.Nxd5 Qb5 20.Nc3 Qxg5 21.hxg5 Bh2+ 22.Kh1 Bd6+ 23.Kg1. 22.Nd5 is a great move. If 22...Qxe6 then 23.Nb6 mate, demonstrating the power of controlling open ...
 
   Jun-05-18 Sigurdur Eiriksson vs Elmar Fjallheim, 2018
 
mjmorri: One of those cases where Black, not thinking about the move order, probably thought White had a knight on f3 instead of d2.
 
   Jun-05-18 Quinteros vs Seirawan, 1985 (replies)
 
mjmorri: I believe Indian defenses are defined more by restricted pawn movements than by anything else.
 
   Jun-01-18 Denker vs Botvinnik, 1945 (replies)
 
mjmorri: Interesting to see the White light squared Bishop developed to e2 here, rather than the fianchetto setup.
 
   Apr-30-18 Sharon Burtman
 
mjmorri: I played Sharon once in 1984. She accepted a draw in a winning pawn endgame, lucky me.
 
   Mar-27-18 Grischuk vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
 
mjmorri: An instructive endgame. Creating dual threats that the weaker side could not simultaneously cover.
 
   Mar-27-18 Kramnik vs NN, 1999 (replies)
 
mjmorri: With 9...Ne5, NN decides to play for the win against a GM. After playing for about 500 years, you would think he would know better by now.
 
   Mar-23-18 Caruana vs Kramnik, 2018 (replies)
 
mjmorri: The e6 pawn looks weak but I cannot see how the White Rook can join the attack on it.
 
   Mar-19-18 W So vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
 
mjmorri: Yes you can if the Knight becomes separated from the King.
 
   Feb-28-18 W Wittmann vs E Frosch, 2001 (replies)
 
mjmorri: <offramp: ...It is based on a box of chocolates called a Whitman Sampler. You take a small bite of each and if they are no good you put them back in the box.> Great minds think alike.
 
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