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Al Williams
Member since Sep-24-10 · Last seen Feb-28-21
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   Al Williams has kibitzed 26 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-01-20 A Williams vs M Ginsburg, 1983 (replies)
Al Williams: Believe it or not 32.Ne1 leads to a wild draw! What human could find this move?
   Sep-19-19 A Williams vs H Itkis, 2011
Al Williams: Both Kings stayed at home, very unusual!
   Sep-12-19 William Campi vs A Williams, 2011
Al Williams: Black had to play 22.Bxg6 to stop the forced mate. When it was over Mr. Campi would not even shake hands. We have all lost before sometimes in disgusting fashion, but we should all be good sportsmen & sportswomen.
   Sep-12-19 S A Taylor vs A Williams, 2017 (replies)
Al Williams: I guess I spoke too soon. The complete game was quite memorable! btw 33.Qh3 is mate with white's B&N cooperating.
   Sep-12-19 A Williams vs Elias A Stern-Rodriguez, 2017
Al Williams: Now I do remember this game. The problem is 3..Nf6 and 5..Nc6 should be reversed then the opening is completely normal.Elias allowed me to play to checkmate!
   Feb-08-16 Warren Wang vs A Williams, 2015
Al Williams: Wow, I never heard of a 6 pawn attack in the KID! I thought 4 was the max, anyway nice finish.
   Jan-25-16 Jon Rigai vs A Williams, 2014
Al Williams: You're right I'm guilty of using a fancy word that doesn't quite apply. Refutation is more like it!
   Feb-07-15 E Inarkiev vs Nepomniachtchi, 2015 (replies)
Al Williams: I wondered why Inarkiev didn't play 31. Re5! leading to the same tactics one move sooner?
   Dec-11-14 J Sloan vs A Williams, 2013
Al Williams: I love combinations such as the one beginning with 24..Nb3 because they involve multiple captures and recaptures when the consequences of each action has to be calculated to completion. Anyway I beat Sam Sloan and his son!
   Jun-29-14 A Williams vs D Brodsky, 2013 (replies)
Al Williams: A poor decision to opt for an endgame a pawn down. In any case the middle game was not very promising.
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