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   nationalchessday has kibitzed 9 times to chessgames  
   Aug-13-18 Kasparov vs Short, 1990
 
nationalchessday: Mihail Marin uses this game as the main 4. ..., Be7 line (instead of 4. ..., c6), in Volume Two of this English Opening series.
 
   Jul-16-18 Xia Yu vs Zhang Jundi, 2001
 
nationalchessday: Looks like a French Winawer by transposition at the end of the book line.
 
   Mar-31-18 R Praggnanandhaa vs A Liang, 2017
 
nationalchessday: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8_... is ChessBase India's review of the game
 
   Jan-05-17 M Prusikin vs V Laznicka, 2005
 
nationalchessday: ECO evaluation is equal after 12. ..., Qb4.
 
   Nov-17-16 Fischer vs Polugaevsky, 1970 (replies)
 
nationalchessday: Mihail Marin suggests 17. Rd2 as an improvement in his English Opening book. And, in Frank Brady's first book about Fischer, Profile of a Prodigy, the annotated game suggests 20. gxf4 as an improvement.
 
   Nov-06-16 Smyslov vs R Sanguineti, 1962
 
nationalchessday: This game is featured in Christopher Ward's book "It's Your Move; Tough Puzzles," Test 2, Q 3. In it, he asks the reader to pick the best move for w's 22nd move. GM Ward also has two t's in Raul's last name. Black's 23rd move doesn't get a comment but it might be worth ...
 
   Nov-06-16 Levenfish vs Botvinnik, 1937
 
nationalchessday: This game is featured in Christopher Ward's book "It's Your Move; Tough Puzzles," Test 1, Q 10. In it, he asks the reader to pick the best move for black's 35th.
 
   Nov-04-16 C G Ward vs M Hennigan, 2000
 
nationalchessday: The Last Straw's question answer is 19. g4 according to Chris Ward, himself, in his "It's Your Move" book. He does not give a recommended move he just says that he should have held his ground to get a draw because black would only win if he fell off the tracks.
 
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