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ounos
Member since Nov-17-06 · Last seen May-02-15
Greek ELO ~2060. Well, that was 8 years ago, before University. I also played recently for a year in the UK, usually above 200-rated players, not sure what ELO level is that. Now I'm considering of start playing Chinese chess.

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   ounos has kibitzed 1230 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-29-15 M Muzychuk vs Koneru, 2015
 
ounos: Wow, very complicated. Hard to think 2 plies forward
 
   Feb-14-15 Kramnik vs Caruana, 2015
 
ounos: Btw 22. ...Nb5 was neat
 
   Aug-06-13 D Andreikin vs Kramnik, 2013 (replies)
 
ounos: 20. Rd6! Strong.
 
   Aug-04-13 H van Dongen vs E Wijsman, 2005 (replies)
 
ounos: Wijsman was probably still frustrated by the regrettable 55. ...Ne5 move, which either outright throws away the win, or makes it much, much harder to achieve.
 
   Jul-19-13 G Burgess vs N Katishonok, 1989 (replies)
 
ounos: Nice domination by white....oh
 
   Jul-14-13 Stripunsky vs Nakamura, 2007 (replies)
 
ounos: The last tactic is interesting. I suppose that White's last trick (defused by 29. Qh2) was 28. ...Rxh3 29. Ne3 Rxe3 30. Rh1. Rather humorous line. Earlier than that, 26. Rxf5 would also be interesting. Perhaps even 26. ...gxf5 ?
 
   Jul-14-13 V Tukmakov vs K Hulak, 1999 (replies)
 
ounos: Must have been 28. ...Rf8, surely
 
   Jul-12-13 Wang Hao vs A Giri, 2013 (replies)
 
ounos: <ozmikey>, thanks, 20. Qe5+ is neat. But if Nh4 is easily winning, then 18. ...a5 is even worse, practically speaking, since it lets White find an ever more efficient win via e5.
 
   Jul-10-13 Ivanchuk vs Wang Yue, 2013 (replies)
 
ounos: Seems that Wang underevaluated 21. Kf2 when he played 19. ...Nxe4.
 
   Jun-22-13 Keres vs F Kuijpers, 1963 (replies)
 
ounos: Ah, if only 23. cxb6 was the solution; the trolling would have been substantial :)
 
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