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waves00
Member since Apr-30-07 · Last seen May-19-08
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   waves00 has kibitzed 10 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-11-07 Sadvakasov vs E Alekseev, 2003 (replies)
 
waves00: Why did Black resign?
 
   Jun-29-07 Judit Polgar vs Khalifman, 1991 (replies)
 
waves00: Might somebody explain to me the reasoning behind 8. Ng3 instead of, say, Bd2?
 
   Jun-28-07 E Schiller vs Gazmen, 1987 (replies)
 
waves00: Would Black have been all right if he had accepted the knight sacrifice right away?
 
   Jun-28-07 G Feher vs Judit Polgar, 1988
 
waves00: 19. Nd5 looks a little odd too. White could have snarfed the pawn at e4, but didn't ... Would someone show me why?
 
   Jun-22-07 Judit Polgar vs I Kientzler-Guerlain, 1986 (replies)
 
waves00: When White plays 12. Bd5, it's obvious that Black has made a mistake somewhere in the opening -- his light-square bishop can't be fianchettoed. And look at how passive Black's pieces are after the 18th move! But where exactly did Black go wrong?
 
   Jun-22-07 Judit Polgar vs Mednis, 1986
 
waves00: No; Black's centralized knight and bishop make White's rook useless against the queenside pawn majority, and the pawn at a3 is toast.
 
   Jun-21-07 I Balogh vs Judit Polgar, 1984 (replies)
 
waves00: I think that White could have, by 12. Nd5, supported a later b4 advance. The bishop on d6 wasn't dangerous; by trading, White gave his most flexible minor piece away. Note also that, if White is the defender, knight to d5 blocks the semi-open d file. Black can trade his dark-square ...
 
   Jun-18-07 Zhao Jun vs S Buckley, 2001 (replies)
 
waves00: I don't know why Black resigned.
 
   May-26-07 Steinitz vs Reiner, 1860 (replies)
 
waves00: I let my computer chew on it for an hour; 11. Bb2 is still better. White couldn't deal with 11 ... Bd4.
 
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