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   hedgeh0g has kibitzed 4655 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-29-15 Anand vs Judit Polgar, 1995
hedgeh0g: Blindfold! :O
   Oct-26-15 Topalov vs R Wojtaszek, 2015
hedgeh0g: Positionally, 13...Bh6 makes sense to increase Black's control over some important dark squares on the queenside. I think Black's problems stemmed from the fact that he didn't follow up on the logical continuation of his plan and play ...Nc5 when he had the opportunity. Once all ...
   Oct-16-15 McShane vs Nakamura, 2015 (replies)
hedgeh0g: No, he should have played 1.f3 to give the organisers their desired decisive result.
   Oct-11-15 V Fedoseev vs Y Vovk, 2015
hedgeh0g: At first glance, it looks like Black has a secure grip on the d5-square, covered by pawn, knight, bishop and queen. Unfortunately for him, the pawn is pinned, the knight can be taken and White's bishop can uncover an attack on d5 with tempo. Maybe just castle next time.
   Oct-09-15 Kenneth Rogoff (replies)
hedgeh0g: 1. If God exists, then OCF exists. 2. OhioChessFan exists! 3. Therefore, God exists. Q.E.D.
   Oct-09-15 Granda Zuniga vs Cherniaev, 2015 (replies)
hedgeh0g: It's not zugzwang, since Black's position does not become indefensible by virtue of the fact he has to make a move. Rather, there is simply no defense to 75.Be8#.
   Oct-08-15 A Korobov vs Sutovsky, 2015
hedgeh0g: Great "freezing" combination by White, starting with 27.Rg1!
   Oct-08-15 D Howell vs Arkell, 2015 (replies)
hedgeh0g: Looks like an unfortunate case of move-order mix-up from Black. After 9...h6!, White can choose between the prosaic 10.Nh3 or the speculative 10.Nxe6!? or even 10.Rxe6+!?, but his advantage is nowhere near what White obtained in the game.
   Oct-08-15 PokerStars IoM Masters (2015) (replies)
hedgeh0g: Tiviakov has a large number of games in this tournament so far ending on (or very close to) move 38.
   Oct-08-15 Karpov vs Topalov, 1994 (replies)
hedgeh0g: A famous game and combination, but always fun to re-visit!
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