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rune ohlsson
Member since Jan-18-10 · Last seen Jan-20-19
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   rune ohlsson has kibitzed 47 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-22-18 M Kobalia vs A Sarana, 2018
rune ohlsson: I mean 25. Rde1 of course!
   Feb-12-18 I Nepomniachtchi vs Li Chao, 2017 (replies)
rune ohlsson: Obviously 12. --- Qa5 is the right way to handle Whites novelty. Should be tested if someone dare!
   Jan-05-18 M Pavlovic vs I Miladinovic, 1998
rune ohlsson: Now 13. --- f5 seem to be a big mistake. 16. Bxc6 bxc6 17. Re1 Bf6 18. Ne2 gives White a decisive advantage.
   Dec-07-17 Smyslov vs Fischer, 1970 (replies)
rune ohlsson: I think the winning line begins with 19. --- b3 Any objections?
   Nov-04-17 M Bobotsov vs Tal, 1958 (replies)
rune ohlsson: Well, well! After 14. Qe1 cxd4 15. Nf4 Ne3 16 h4! We have a totally different game, with good chances for White.
   Oct-09-17 K F Kiewra vs Movsesian, 2017
rune ohlsson: A very complicated game! White deserved the win, but Black was lucky in a number of situations.
   Aug-22-17 M Tazbir vs A Istratescu, 2012
rune ohlsson: Why is Black losing this game? He has a clear advantage.
   Jun-10-17 M Antipov vs T L Petrosian, 2014
rune ohlsson: Black could have much better with 12. --- Bf5 and a winning position in a few moves.
   Apr-25-17 V Onischuk vs Volodymyr Kuznetsov, 2017
rune ohlsson: Itīs absolut amazingly to see how Black overlook an easy win at the end of the game. Six or seven times in a row. Wow!
   Jan-28-17 Carlsen vs B Adhiban, 2017 (replies)
rune ohlsson: Even 32.--- Qd5 is winning for Black. But White missed his chances in the opening play.
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