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Kings Indian
Member since Jul-27-05 · Last seen Oct-20-11
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   Kings Indian has kibitzed 258 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-10-09 M Burkett vs D Fritzinger, 1969 (replies)
Kings Indian: I got it too, and was quite disappointed with my winning line not taken. Max makes a poor choice and was justly beaten. He must have not taken seriously black's threat against his king.
   May-31-09 Shirov vs Fressinet, 2004 (replies)
Kings Indian: I don't like the long ones. Sometimes I think the picked player doesn't really know what 12 moves are going turnout exactly. Some of black's moves surprised me. I did get the castling, only because I was very afraid of the two black nights, with the king exposed.
   Nov-08-08 I Sokolov vs Timman, 1997 (replies)
Kings Indian: Got this one from start to finish. The bishop's pin was the key. The knight was itching to move in Removing the guard with the rook opened the way. Following with the queen to H5 was both defensive and offensive. There was no choice. Kings Indian's Dad
   Oct-29-08 A Strikovic vs Suba, 1994 (replies)
Kings Indian: King's Indian's Dad here Yes, this was easier than I thought it would be. I got yesterday's wrong. I carried out the moves to checkmate, because sacrificing a queen needs to lead to a sure advantage, at the very least. Oh yes, I am not a chess player, or a doctor for that ...
   Oct-14-08 E Schallopp vs Blackburne, 1886 (replies)
Kings Indian: Found it easier, and more compelling than yesterday's less rewarding answer.
   Oct-03-08 Forintos vs V Tomovic, 1957 (replies)
Kings Indian: Had to be a forced mate. That always makes a bold strategy a given. The rest was very pretty, but a bit predictable for Friday. Kings Indian's dad
   Sep-25-08 Ivkov vs R Garcia, 1964 (replies)
Kings Indian: Too easy for Thursday. What makes it easy is a forced line seems paramount. The white queen falling on her sword accomplishes nothing but stalling the inevitable by one move.
   Sep-12-08 Ivanchuk vs Aronian, 2008 (replies)
Kings Indian: What is going on in chucky's head, he could have taken that pawn..
   Sep-08-08 Topalov vs Radjabov, 2008 (replies)
Kings Indian: Repitition in the works.
   Sep-08-08 Carlsen vs Aronian, 2008 (replies)
Kings Indian: h5-h4 was dubious, it seems. I don't see a point to it.
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