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Member since Dec-01-07 · Last seen Apr-28-15
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   Gambitor has kibitzed 145 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-28-15 G Mahia vs Quinteros, 1980 (replies)
Gambitor: 17...Bc5 seems to stop white's attack. It's a very logical move, the bishop will defend the KS. Analysis by Stockfish 6 64: 17...Bc5 18.Kh1 Bxd4 19.Qf4 f5 20.Ne4 Bxg7 21.Rg3 Rf8 (-2.48) Depth: 35/49
   Apr-24-10 Anand - Topalov World Championship Match (2010) (replies)
Gambitor: Veselin Tahlpalov.
   Feb-19-10 Linares (2010) (replies)
Gambitor: Topalov follow typical carlsen play today: messing up the position, sacrifying material with dobiuos compensation, and ending winning in a inferior position thanks to the time pressure on the opponent. i don't like this chess.
   Feb-11-10 Le Quang Liem (replies)
Gambitor: Le Quang Liem is on a rampage!
   Feb-10-10 Khusnutdinov vs J M Lopez Martinez, 2010
Gambitor: i love watching sicilians getting crushed like in this game... white rooks locked the king in the center.
   Jan-31-10 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
Gambitor: Congrats Magnus! his first victory in a really strong round-robin with many players.
   Jan-31-10 Corus Group A (2010) (replies)
Gambitor: yep, this is a draw as long as carlsen finds this set up (which i bet carlsen somehow figured out when he traded rooks) [DIAGRAM]
   Jan-30-10 Caruana vs Nakamura, 2010 (replies)
Gambitor: 57...g1=B naka is in good mood in corus.
   Jan-30-10 Anand vs Kramnik, 2010 (replies)
Gambitor: despite kramnik's blunder Nb3, this is a great game by anand, the coordination of all white pieces through the game is amazing, especially the queen, for example in move 30 it defends the bishop, supports the knights checks and attacks the b3 knigth. almost flawless game.
   Jan-30-10 Hikaru Nakamura (replies)
Gambitor: <naka created enough excitement at oslo/london/corus and only naka can create that excitement that the chess fans want!organizers understand these!> frogbert's reply in 3...2...1... :o)
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