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MWYOUNG
Member since Aug-18-07 · Last seen Apr-25-21
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   MWYOUNG has kibitzed 268 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-18-11 Short vs M Mchedlishvili, 2009
 
MWYOUNG: Black lost was due to the move 16..Nh4?. GM Short played 17.Bh1 a good move, but 17.Qb3!! is best. I was watching Nigel Shorts video on this game with the computer running. The computer found the killer shot 17.Qb3!!. Short did not see this move in his analysis. Short,N - ...
 
   May-20-11 Nakamura vs Ponomariov, 2011 (replies)
 
MWYOUNG: 24. QxQ was a blunder, Naka said he played into this line because he saw 24.QxQ as his only drawing chance. Pono missed 24. Qd8!! that does seem to win for black. The point being black needs to hold onto his d pawn to force a win. After 24. QxQ blacks play runs out of steam, because
 
   May-13-11 Gelfand vs Kamsky, 2011 (replies)
 
MWYOUNG: Computer analysis suggest Gelfand's error was move 27.Nc3? 27. Nc5! keeps the winning advantage for white. example line below 27. Nc5 Bf8 28. h3 Nc4 29. Ke2 Nb6 30. e4 e5 31. Ne6 Bd6 32. Rc6 Kd7 33. Rxb6 Kxe6 34. f4 Kd7 35. fxe5 fxe5 36. Rb7+ Kc6 37. Rf7 Rc8 38. dxe5 Bc5 39. ...
 
   Mar-22-11 Team White vs Team Black, 2011 (replies)
 
MWYOUNG: team black Voted c5, seems best if playing for a win with black.
 
   Dec-12-10 London Chess Classic (2010) (replies)
 
MWYOUNG: What a stupid scoring system. Carlsen should not be in the lead being only +1, 3 wins and 2 losses. Luke McShane, Viswanathan Anand are playing much better chess. To much weight is given to wins in this scoring system.
 
   Nov-14-10 Grischuk vs Nakamura, 2010 (replies)
 
MWYOUNG: Nakamura does not cheat on ICC. The people that think this must never play on ICC, or other chess sites. You can play many move on these site using no time on your clock by using PREMOVE! ICC Help: premove "Premove" is a feature in BlitzIn, Dasher, Jin, and other interfaces. It ...
 
   Nov-13-10 Karjakin vs Kramnik, 2010 (replies)
 
MWYOUNG: <<MWYOUNG> in that line White has a few options on move 24 that need to be analysed deeply before a verdict can be given, though of course it looks better than Rxe2...> Comps see nothing for white in this position. Analysis by Houdini 1.03a w32 4_CPU: 1. = (0.00): ...
 
   Nov-13-10 Wang Hao vs Gelfand, 2010 (replies)
 
MWYOUNG: <MWYoung: dont understand your post. Black is unable to defend the g7-pawn and resigned because of it. 75. Kg5 Rg1+, 76.Kf5 and Rxg7 ....> The point is after 75..Ke6!(NOT Rg1+??). White can never take the g7 pawn. Without black forcing a draw. Example line: 75. Kg5 ...
 
   Sep-21-10 J Rodgaard vs Kamsky, 2010 (replies)
 
MWYOUNG: It is lucky when a strong players missed a mate he should and could have seen after taking the pawn. This was nothing that Kamsky did, White just blunderd.
 
   May-21-10 L Christiansen vs Nakamura, 2010 (replies)
 
MWYOUNG: <MaxxLange> I listen to Larry and Naka after the game. GM Ashly asked Larry and Naka if white was winning at any point in the game. They said no...so both players missed this shot. If Larry would have found 34.Rxd5, Naka would have been knock out of the 2010 US Championship. ...
 
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