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ndg2
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   ndg2 has kibitzed 582 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-18-18 Aronian vs Nakamura, 2018
 
ndg2: The situation after 28..Qh4 is not so easy, maybe there is really no way to save both rook and bishop? If so, then 24..Ng4 was deeper it looked at first sight. No need to denigrate white, black was simply superior in blitz.
 
   Jun-14-18 Polugaevsky vs Korchnoi, 1980
 
ndg2: Lev "alpha0" Polugaevsky
 
   Jun-03-18 W So vs Carlsen, 2018 (replies)
 
ndg2: Caru should take notice of this game. This is how to beat MC, it seems. But Carlsen's play was particularly lackluster and indecisive today.
 
   May-30-18 Van Wely vs Carlsen, 2015 (replies)
 
ndg2: <FSR> isn't the pun more about Carlsen's prowess in the Gruenfeld defense?
 
   May-28-18 Altibox Norway (2018) (replies)
 
ndg2: According to https://twitter.com/TarjeiJS/status... Caru wanted to bank out of Altibox, but couldn't. That's a sure recipe for lackluster performance and the first round may be an indication of this.
 
   May-28-18 Carlsen vs Adams, 2007
 
ndg2: Tremendous technique in a line that is / was? thought to be draw. The two-time excursion of the knight to a1 is astounding. Slowly but surely white throws back black, who is himself a noted endgame specialist. In all fairness it has to said, that 12..Nbd7 was harmless, 12..Nc6 would ...
 
   May-27-18 J Gallagher vs J Costa, 1990
 
ndg2: Sharp game
 
   May-27-18 B Adhiban vs E O Risting, 2018
 
ndg2: 20...♔xh7 21. ♕h5+ ♔g8 22. ♕xf7+ ♔h7 23. ♕xe8
 
   May-27-18 Lenderman vs D Cornette, 2018
 
ndg2: After 31.exf6 black would play 31...♕h5+ 32.♔g2 (32.♔f2 Lc5+ 33.♔f1 ♘e3+ 34.♔e1 ♘xd1 35.♕d1 ♗b4+ -+) 32...♕xd1! with 33.♕xd1 ♘e3+ [DIAGRAM] with a rook up.
 
   May-27-18 Aronian vs Radjabov, 2013
 
ndg2: I'm not surprised by 5.h3, but more by 6.Lg5. Isn't that a mix-up of Makagonov and Smyslov systems? 6.Sf3 strikes me as more usual.
 
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