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   moodini has kibitzed 96 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-17-18 Glek vs Chiburdanidze, 1983 (replies)
moodini: <landshark> I think that 27. g6 or 27.Rh3 put black in trouble
   Aug-07-18 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
moodini: Has the website got hacked? Either that or somebody intercepted my password (the site does not use https). I got a ridiculous email trying to blackmail me which showed my password for this site (which I don't use anywhere else).
   Jul-03-18 S Vaibhav vs Carlsen, 2018 (replies)
moodini: <OhioChessFan> Looks like you need to put the champagne back on ice. <ChessGames> I hope heads are going to roll over this one.
   Jun-25-18 Nakamura vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
moodini: <Eisenheim> Nakamura would have been doing his best to make sure that his opponent could not swap two pawns for a piece. At what moment could Caruana have done this?
   Jun-06-18 Caruana vs Karjakin, 2018
moodini: <faulty> I think you are reading far too much into a blitz game here. It must have been a reflex-move-or-lose situation as I'm pretty sure Karjakin would see that his move was bad within a few seconds. If you really believe that this was due to a weakness in his endgame play ...
   May-22-18 Ju Wenjun vs Tan Zhongyi, 2018
moodini: <whiteshark> it may just have been the easiest may to get a draw rather than honourable. She forced exchanged to be left with what I guess is an easy draw. Perhaps the way to keep the big advantage was also more complicated to calculate under pressure.
   Dec-18-17 I Marini vs C J Bet, 1972 (replies)
moodini: <GrandMaesterPycelle> time pressure due to a poor postal service?
   Nov-15-17 J Brenninkmeijer vs A Pieniazek, 1987 (replies)
moodini: <morfishine> I also was tempted by that but got put off by 34..Qxf7 when black has swapped a Q for 2Rs. I could not tell what the outcome would be, but it did not look clear to me whereas the line played is a clear win. In fact I missed that the line played is mate, I thought ...
   Aug-28-17 Berliner vs S Nyman, 1965
moodini: <WhiteRook48> if you mean in the final position the black d pawn is a goner which I guess was enough for black to call it a day
   May-19-17 M Vachier-Lagrave vs Adams, 2017
moodini: <An Englishman> be careful, it seems that your comments may be taken literally, even if they are, in my opinion, clearly tongue-in-cheek. That is not to say that your tongue is really in your cheek, just that you were not entirely serious in your assertion that Marshall was a ...
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