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   qqdos has kibitzed 345 times to chessgames   [more...]
   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.
   Mar-01-18 G Nagy vs G Gaehwiler, 2013
qqdos: White was doing quite well until 16.Bf6? (better 16.Rg4 which he played one move too late in the game). Then Black counter-blundered with 21....Bxf6?? - something fatal about that square. He missed the immediate check 21....Nd2+! 22.Rxd2 h6 (and not 22... Rxd2?? because of the White ...
   Sep-02-15 S Justinussen vs D Smerdon, 2014 (replies)
qqdos: He <David Smerdon> has now written a book to prove it- Smerdon's Scandinavian, recently published by Everyman Chess!
   May-20-15 Grischuk vs M Rodshtein, 2014
qqdos: This game is chosen as Best Game of volume 122 of Chess Informant with notes by Branko Tadic in volume 123.
   Dec-09-14 Fischer vs J Rubinstein, 1971 (replies)
qqdos: <(B89) not (B88)> Another example of Fischer's indifferent results with the Velimirovic Attack - cf. his game against Larsen in 1970.
   Jun-05-14 Fischer vs Geller, 1967 (replies)
qqdos: <Howard> <AylerKupp> May I suggest that a fitting and topical dedication to this magnificent game and <AK's> exhaustive analysis would be to VELIMIROVIC, the hero of the Velimirovic Attack who died recently. Fischer was not always comfortable with this opening and ...
   Apr-18-14 A Giri vs M Prusikin, 2013 (replies)
qqdos: This game has been chose as the best game of Chess Informator Volume 118, so perhaps <rollicking> is well-deserved.
   Jan-10-14 Yifan Hou vs Kosteniuk, 2013 (replies)
qqdos: <PS> Black's losing move was 16...Bb7? (16...Na4 was better). But Yifan missed the sucker punch 19.Bxh7+!! Kxh7 (otherwise it is # in 7) 20.Qh5+ Kg8 21.fxg7 etc. Would have been spectacular.
   Dec-04-13 M Gurevich vs Fedorowicz, 1989 (replies)
qqdos: <PP> Are you preparing an A28-29 Openings Monograph, or what??
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