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najdorfBAS
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   najdorfBAS has kibitzed 6 times to chessgames  
   Dec-02-11 Fischer vs Seidman, 1959 (replies)
 
najdorfBAS: "Seidman tries to play Bobby for a fool. 11)...Rd6 completely ignores the attack on the b4 knight" Not sure I agree with that comment. Surely the reason for 11...Rd6 is that the attacked Knight cannot move anywhere useful. If the Knight moves Fischer plays 12. Bc6+ and he has the
 
   Apr-05-11 G Jones vs J Gallagher, 2011 (replies)
 
najdorfBAS: What a terrific game! Great energy from Jones
 
   Mar-13-11 Carlsen vs Kuzubov, 2002
 
najdorfBAS: Black has no good moves, and White threatens immediate mate with 16.Nf5+ and 17. Nf6. 15...Rd8 doesn't stop the mate 15...Bd5 can be met by 16.c4 with the same Nf5/ Nf6 mating pattern. 15...f7 is met by 16. Re6+ 15...Bh6+ deals with the mate threat but after 16.Kb1 Kf8 (not ...
 
   Feb-13-11 Ding Liren vs V Fedoseev, 2011 (replies)
 
najdorfBAS: Surely 32...Ng6 has another very useful purpose, it stops the Queen sac 33. Qh8+ which leads to mate...?
 
   Oct-03-10 Efimenko vs Dalibor Stojanovic, 2010
 
najdorfBAS: 23.Nxe5! is a fine move which must have taken Black by surprise. 23...Qxe5 would lose to 24.Bf4 Qh5 25.Nxf6+ followed by 26.Qxh5
 
   Mar-20-08 Adams vs M Gurevich, 2007 (replies)
 
najdorfBAS: Am I going mad? Isn't 28. Nxe6 a blunder because black has 28...Rd1 and all white's pieces are en prise? Moving the N on e6 to allow the white rook to protect the WQ doesn't work as the rook is pinned. What does white do? Sorry if I've missed something obvious.
 
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