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   qqdos has kibitzed 356 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-06-18 J L Weller vs J Houska, 2018
qqdos: 33...Rxe5! A beautiful and far-sighted sacrifice by Jovanka, as featured by Raymond Keene in the London Times (15 May, 2018). She wants to eliminate the WN which was guarding the g6 square, an ideal spot for the BQ to threaten # on g2 and the WR on b1. If the BQ takes the Rb1, the Re1
   May-02-18 Radjabov vs Carlsen, 2018
qqdos: <FSR> I am not sure why you would want to commemorate this game in a Collection. Why not Carlsen vs Leko, 2007 and Radjabov's own 21 move game last year against Giri with the same line? Maybe a game to forget.
   May-02-18 Ding Liren vs R Mamedov, 2018
qqdos: <pdx> So 37.Kh6?? was a pretty horrendous mistake, given that white had only to choose between 2 squares for his King.
   Apr-30-18 E M Abou El Zein vs Naiditsch, 2018
qqdos: El Zein was doing quite nicely when Naiditsch offered his Bishop with 27.Bb7 but taking with the WN was a dreadful blunder. Instead 28.Qxb7 was still tenable. But in the game Naiditsch found the brilliant ...28.Qh4!! This position was given in the London Times today by the GOM Raymond
   Apr-27-18 Vitiugov vs Caruana, 2018
qqdos: <AylerKupp> Many thanks for your comments and I agree most of them. However, I don't believe a classic tournament or championship should be won by a play-off at speed time limits. And I would give weight to the result of the head to head between the top contenders. by definition
   Apr-11-18 Edmund Adam
qqdos: <Benzol> <Ijfyffe> Adam played Graham Mitchell in the 1st WCCC and Mitchell was in MI5 and suspected of double agency.
   Mar-31-18 AylerKupp chessforum (replies)
   Mar-31-18 Fischer vs Geller, 1967 (replies)
qqdos: <Stockfish annotation> on the famous 20th move 20.Qf4! is slightly ambiguous. After 20.Qf4 cxb2; 21.Rh5 Nf6; 22.Rh6 Rxf7; 23.Bxf7 Be4; it gives 24.Rh3 ⩲ (+1.32) and it then gives 24...Rc8 (+0.90) for Black. If you ask Stockfish itself to analyse White's best move after ...
   Mar-14-18 Radjabov vs Grischuk, 2015
qqdos: <Nf8> Didn't Grischuk just lose his nerve by not playing the "winning" 16...Qa1+! Perhaps fearful of 17.Kf2 and the unshielding of the WR on h1, as your analysis shows.
   Mar-14-18 W So vs Mamedyarov, 2018
qqdos: <FSR> Perhaps Mamedyarov had an improvement for Black up his sleeve. Why else would he embark down the main line? He must have known about your brilliant move from 1981, which broke so many hearts, waiting for him there.
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