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   ughaibu has kibitzed 14684 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-04-18 Radjabov vs O Bortnyk, 2016 (replies)
ughaibu: Radjabov was fifteen. Kasparov insisted that he had "blundered" so didn't need to explain what was going on. There were quite a few perplexed viewers, so it certainly wasn't a blunder. Kasparov could be a real twit, on occasion.
   Nov-04-18 Korchnoi vs Petrosian, 1959
ughaibu: But isn't the final position better for black? Petrosian only needed a draw to win the tournament.
   Nov-04-18 Manoj Kumar vs W Hook, 2004
ughaibu: My guess is that black reckoned 32...Nef6 would be met by 33.f4, and there's nothing left to play for.
   Nov-04-18 Gustavs Rupais vs Hovanes Ettibaryan, 2016
ughaibu: My first thought was "fantastic that a player in an under twelve tournament can produce a novelty on move four". My second thought was "perhaps nobody had played it because it's so obviously bad (and only an inexperienced kid would play it)". How about 20.Nb5?
   Nov-04-18 Tartakower vs C H Alexander, 1936 (replies)
ughaibu: <Maxi> It's possible black overestimated the threats, so resigned. Conjecture is somewhat limited by not having the time controls and adjournment details. The problem with supposing 54.Bb7 is that it requires a double error of transcription, and while the d7-d2 error is ...
   Oct-31-18 J Sarfati vs Spassky, 1988
ughaibu: <I am not sure which conflicting ideas you are referring to> For example, the universal common ancestor hypothesis can be adopted or excluded from a theory, it's a matter of choice.
   Oct-29-18 Carlsen - Caruana World Championship Match (2018) (replies)
ughaibu: <seeded in the final the last two times> In what language does this mean "was the champion"?
   Oct-25-18 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
ughaibu: Rogge: Should be a good match, then, I guess.
   Oct-21-18 Tal vs Portisch, 1976 (replies)
ughaibu: Offramp: 32...Qf6, 33.exd7 Qc6, 34.Ne7? I don't see a clear win against 37...Rg8. For example, 38.Qg8 Qg8, 39.Nhf7 Qf7, 40.f7 N8d7, 41.Ne6 Be7, etc.
   Oct-21-18 J Corzo vs Capablanca, 1909 (replies)
ughaibu: Though the endgame is suspiciously exciting. . . . .
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