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   tonsillolith has kibitzed 620 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-11-18 V Artemiev vs Grischuk, 2018
tonsillolith: The position after <55...Kh7> might make a good puzzle for early in the week.
   Mar-11-18 Morozevich vs D Dubov, 2018
tonsillolith: <boz: Moro was determined to get the point.> <Pedantrianic: If that's all it takes, why doesn't he just determine to win every game?> Boz didn't say the determination was the only reason for the victory, nor even that it was a casual factor at all.
   Feb-26-18 A Hodges vs Marshall, 1904
tonsillolith: <20...Rhe8>, after which you suspect your opening strategy was not optimal, and probably should have prioritized development more highly.
   Feb-22-18 J Mieses vs Alekhine, 1913 (replies)
tonsillolith: <<<kevin86: Is there a longer distance from queen sac to eventual victory?! Twenty one moves sounds like a lot!!> 35! - from <16...Qxf2+> to <51...Rc3>: Tolush vs Geller, 1952> 65 moves! (17...dxe3 to 82...Kh3 ) S Kindermann vs Yusupov, 1995> This ...
   Feb-14-18 Nakamura vs Kramnik, 2012
tonsillolith: Kramnik has somewhat of a reputation for successfulling passed pawns to fruition, but he did not manage it in this case.
   Feb-08-18 Larsen vs J C Letzelter, 1968
tonsillolith: I certainly didn't see that tactical shot coming at the end. Might <29. Rxg6> make a good puzzle?
   Feb-03-18 M Vachier-Lagrave vs A Goryachkina, 2018
tonsillolith: <32. Nc7> Oh, tit for tat? We'll both go down an exchange. <33. Nxe5!> Psych! Irresistible mating attack!
   Jan-30-18 Smyslov vs Uhlmann, 1966
tonsillolith: Don't you hate it when your opponent lets you inflict double or triple pawns but doesn't let you exploit them?
   Jan-20-18 W G Morris vs Marshall, 1911
tonsillolith: In the final position, the bishop pair is nice, but I'd say a lead in development looks like the crucial factor.
   Jan-20-18 Svidler vs Yifan Hou, 2018
tonsillolith: <22. Nc8> looks good, heading toward b6.
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