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   DEF has kibitzed 9 times to chessgames  
   May-07-07 Van Wely vs Smeets, 2005 (replies)
DEF: Novelty was 26.f3, in order to avoid the forced draw arising after 26.h4 played previously.
   Mar-07-07 A Korotylev vs A Timofeev, 2004 (replies)
DEF: There is a similar game in today's Times - Hansen v McShane, Malmo 2003, where the move 26.f4 appears to have been played for the first time. In that game, after 27.fxe5, black played Rc4 and went on to lose, so it seems black's choice of Qc8 in this game is an improvement.
   Oct-04-06 Topalov vs Kramnik, 2006 (replies)
DEF: Knight13 - I'm simply pointing out what I believe to be their motivation for making a manifestly false claim. If Kramnik refuses to play, Topalov will have avoided losing the 12 game match and maintain some sort of claim to the WC.
   Oct-03-06 Kramnik - Topalov World Championship Match (2006) (replies)
DEF: "crazy monk: Please don't critize Kirsan..." Perhaps you should read today's Independent article by Dominic Lawson - Kirsan doesn't need any sympathy; the journalist who died in mysterious circumstances when investigating his personal finances does....
   Feb-15-06 Morozevich vs A Zontakh, 2003 (replies)
DEF: Following the discussion of possible black 4th moves, the immediate 4... Bg6 currently seems to be the most popular, with Be4 as second choice.
   Mar-08-05 Adams vs Kasparov, 2005 (replies)
DEF: Although Michael Adams is a fellow Englishman, I'm afraid I will be rooting for Gary in this; I would like to see an emphatic victory for Kasparov in this tournament, as this seems to be the most promising way of piling the pressure on Kramnik to concede a re-match for the world ...
   Mar-04-05 Kasimdzhanov vs Kasparov, 2005 (replies)
DEF: What is the defence to 28...nh5, to be followed by nxg3, hxg3, Qxg3?
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