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   ndg2 has kibitzed 516 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-01-17 V Gunina vs A Ushenina, 2017 (replies)
ndg2: Nerwal, this is a strange a argument. Of course GM can fall victim to hallucinations like anyone else, but this is true for any move sequence and the longer this sequence is the more likely are "fata morganas". In this sense a forced mate through a two-move long sequence of checks is ...
   Oct-19-17 J Schoepe vs E Bock, 1987 (replies)
ndg2: Immediate 17..Kg8 is more resilient than the game continuation but will still lead to mate after Bxf7+ .
   Oct-16-17 Anderssen vs Kieseritzky, 1851 (replies)
ndg2: Evergreen > Immortal
   Oct-16-17 G Lasya vs I Barchuk, 2016 (replies)
ndg2: The online tactic trainers would rightfully give zero points for Qe8+, which leads to mate but one move later than Qxg7+
   Oct-03-17 W Lamb vs Melvin Valk, 1933
ndg2: White played a very boring line of exchange CK and still won. Exchange CK is really the most drawish of all openings, normally.
   Oct-02-17 R Schulder vs S Boden, 1853
ndg2: Samuel Boden would be proud if he could see his mate pattern so marvelously applied. Oh, wait...
   Oct-02-17 Rameshbabu Praggnanandhaa (replies)
ndg2: He got 5 1/2. He needed 6 1/2 against the field he played (see FIDE regulations table 1.72 and his results )
   Sep-30-17 Nakamura vs Sutovsky, 2017 (replies)
ndg2: Opening prep gone wrong for Sutovsky.
   Sep-30-17 Caruana vs Carlsen, 2017 (replies)
ndg2: I can't understand, why Caru didn't try to attack on the king side more forcefully. I started the usually setup and then turns over to the queen side, where black is clearly stronger. An all-out attack on the king side was called for.
   Sep-29-17 L'Ami vs N Das, 2017
ndg2: Funny middlegame zugzwang position. I only can agree to my predecessor, black was ignoring (deliberately or not) most principles of positional play.
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