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   solander has kibitzed 9 times to chessgames  
   Sep-04-17 Li Tian Yeoh vs Anand, 2017 (replies)
 
solander: In this position it is impossible to avoid the loss. Maybe one or two moves before?
 
   Mar-17-17 Ulf Andersson vs Kunsztowicz, 1973 (replies)
 
solander: People used to say that if there was no Queen in chess, Ulf Andersson would have been champion of the world. Here we see that he knows how to use the Queen in a very efficient way. The King decides the game finally. How many times has not this been the case in Ulfīs games?
 
   Aug-15-14 Chess Olympiad (Women) (2014) (replies)
 
solander: What a wonderful performance by Pia Cramling! Congratulations!
 
   Jun-12-14 Ulf Andersson vs S Agdestein, 1988
 
solander: Yes, I agree with Mateo. Itīs even harder to believe this week, when Agdestein has played so well in the tournament in Norway, drawing seven games against world top players. Now at the age of 47!
 
   May-14-14 Bagirov vs S Khalilbeili, 1958
 
solander: I think 22. g4xf5 g5-g4 ch is missing in this version of the game.
 
   May-12-14 Edward Holt vs T Bingamon, 1947 (replies)
 
solander: Is this really an authentic game? To me it seems "composed".
 
   Feb-24-14 Capablanca vs Colle, 1929 (replies)
 
solander: First black opens the c-line with 16.- Bxd5 and then he gives it away by changing his rook on c1 allowing white to start operations. His way of playing his black square bishop is also doubtful.
 
   Jan-23-12 M Rodshtein vs Korchnoi, 2011
 
solander: Why did Korchnoi lose? Time? Did he give up the game?
 
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