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   Junbalansag has kibitzed 103 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-30-20 E Moradiabadi vs So, 2020
Junbalansag: White seems to be doing well until that d2 push in the 33rd move by black. What a blessed queen sacrifice. congrats wes! proud pinoy here! :)
   Jun-28-19 Mamedyarov vs Nepomniachtchi, 2019 (replies)
Junbalansag: I mean why white resigned, not black.
   Jun-28-19 So vs Vachier-Lagrave, 2019 (replies)
Junbalansag: Honestly, I feel disappointed with this game. I wonder why Lagrave always imitated wes' moves. Not nice at all. I suggest the organizers in the future should penalize a player who imitates the moves of the opposing player. Super grandmaster? What a shame!
   Jun-25-19 M Rodshtein vs McShane, 2019 (replies)
Junbalansag: I have the impression that black's move 31... Qd6 was the decisive mistake. Instead 31... Kh1, unpinning, may have fighting chances.
   Jun-24-19 GCT Croatia (2019) (replies)
Junbalansag: I am sure there have been brilliant draws in the history of chess. I won't mind draws, as long as they are played with passion and brilliancy!
   Jun-09-19 Norway Chess (2019) (replies)
Junbalansag: I observe that has not observed the scoring system of Norway Chess 2019. In the tournament, Wesley places second to Carlsen, but the former won only a game. So it will soon happen that a winner of the tournament loses FIDE points.
   May-29-19 Nepomniachtchi vs Grischuk, 2019 (replies)
Junbalansag: 35...Knight takes e4 would have drawing chances, instead of Rook e7.
   May-23-19 Grischuk vs So, 2019 (replies)
Junbalansag: I'd like to see the video where So cried. Can anyone post the link?
   May-19-19 FIDE Grand Prix Moscow (2019) (replies)
Junbalansag: So and Nakamura won their respective tie-breaks.
   Mar-21-19 So vs T Gareyev, 2019 (replies)
Junbalansag: This king-queen and king-rook ending is quite instructive for chess enthusiasts like me.
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