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   Ulhumbrus has kibitzed 19757 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-27-15 R Rapport vs R Wojtaszek, 2015
Ulhumbrus: Rapport has taken more risk than Caissa will permit but that is the way to find out how much risk Caissa will permit
   Jul-22-15 Wei Yi vs Svidler, 2015 (replies)
Ulhumbrus: <SpaceRunner: Ulhumbrus Blacks queenside is never under attack and therefore not a weakness.> In the position after 15 Bc4 at the very least the a6 pawn is under attack and the c4 square is vulnerable to occupation.
   Jul-22-15 R Rapport vs Adams, 2015 (replies)
Ulhumbrus: An alternative to 5...Nd5 is 5...c6 eg 6 dc Nxc6 7 d4 Bd6
   Jul-18-15 W So vs Kramnik, 2015
Ulhumbrus: < theagenbiteofinwit: I really don't know what to say. This was not a game where So subtly outplayed Volodya. He dismantled white.> Does Kramnik need to sacrifice a piece by 30...Re2? One alternative is 30...Kc4. Perhaps Kramnik underestimated So. If he did, he paid for it ...
   Jul-06-15 Caruana vs Yifan Hou, 2015 (replies)
Ulhumbrus: If after 17 dc Black must lose a pawn one alternative to 17...bc is 17...b5 keeping White's queen side pawn structure broken
   Jul-06-15 Nisipeanu vs Caruana, 2015 (replies)
Ulhumbrus: 8...Bb6 clears the square a5 for the fork ...Na5 gaining the bishop pair
   Jul-06-15 Naiditsch vs G Meier, 2015
Ulhumbrus: 6...Nh5 looks like creativity on the part of Meier freeing his queen for ...Qh4 and his f pawn for ...f5 and ...f4 8 e4?! offers to open lines in a position where it is Black who is ahead in development. If the move ...f4 counts as a threat ( eg as in the game H Steiner vs ...
   Jul-06-15 I Nepomniachtchi vs Naiditsch, 2015
Ulhumbrus: The position after 22 Rf3 suggests an interesting question: How can Black make his bishop useful? Instead of 22...b5, 22...b6 supports the advance ...c5
   Jul-02-15 Yifan Hou vs W So, 2015 (replies)
Ulhumbrus: The remarks by the commentators on the chess24 site suggested that the pawn advance 6...h6 invites potentially the pawn attack g4 and g5
   Jul-02-15 W So vs Naiditsch, 2015 (replies)
Ulhumbrus: The hanging pawns turned out this time to be a weapon instead of a target. This suggests the question why. 21 Ra1 seems a strange move, undeveloping the rook. Instead of this 21 g3 gains the flight square g2 before doing anything else.
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