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hedgeh0g
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   hedgeh0g has kibitzed 4590 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-09-14 Najdorf vs Fischer, 1966 (replies)
 
hedgeh0g: 11...b5?! probably wasn't the best, since after 12.Nd2!, Black no longer has the option of playing ...Nh5. After 11...Nh5!, Black should get a decent position.
 
   Dec-01-14 I Zaitsev vs NN, 1970 (replies)
 
hedgeh0g: <CustardTart> It probably wins a pawn, since I can't see any defence besides 8...e5 9.dxe6 Bc5, but I'm not sure how good it is; Black has a fairly sizeable development advantage for the pawn.
 
   Nov-27-14 Kenneth Rogoff (replies)
 
hedgeh0g: Maybe the whole incident was staged to draw people's attention off Benghazi.
 
   Nov-26-14 Donatas Lapienis (replies)
 
hedgeh0g: If you're in need of a new sex organ, you've come to the right guy!
 
   Nov-13-14 Carlsen vs Anand, 2014 (replies)
 
hedgeh0g: <Sally Simpson> After 32.Qb5 Qxf3+, Black would be the one laughing.
 
   Oct-30-14 Nunn vs Wang Hao, 2006
 
hedgeh0g: I think it's pretty clear that White had at least full compensation for the queen. Unfortunately, a couple of inaccurate moves were all it took for Black to seize the initiative and never let go. Hao may be second to none, but he certainly wasn't going to be second to Nunn.
 
   Oct-07-14 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
 
hedgeh0g: <bugabay: The rating....courtesy of Nakamura, 12-zip> Carlsen has a plus score against the majority of elite players. Any reasonable person would recognise this as compelling evidence that he is simply stronger than his counterparts. <Achievements....no open tourney to ...
 
   Oct-02-14 Judit Polgar vs Szendrei, 1984 (replies)
 
hedgeh0g: <Jamboree: Somebody explain this to me: After 21. Qh3 Nxe4, what is white's winning line?> 22.Qh6! Rg8 (22...Qxf6 23.Qxf6#) 23.Qxh7+! Kxh7 24.Rh4#
 
   Sep-19-14 Votava vs A Zatonskih, 2004 (replies)
 
hedgeh0g: Fairly straightforward. The limited number of White responses made the winning sequence fairly easy to calculate.
 
   Sep-18-14 R Rabiega vs G Schebler, 2004 (replies)
 
hedgeh0g: I calculated 29.Nc5, intending to follow up with b3! (a similar idea to the 29.Qc5+ variation) which should also be winning.
 
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