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Member since Aug-27-05 · Last seen Nov-20-19
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   Mateo has kibitzed 8179 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-31-19 J Mieses vs G Marco, 1900 (replies)
Mateo: And 51.Bxd6 was a draw too.
   Oct-14-19 Bacrot vs E Hansen, 2019
Mateo: A good game from Bacrot. 24.h5! was very strong. The next moves too.
   Sep-28-19 J Mieses vs M M Sterling, 1900
Mateo: Good analysis. I can see awful and obvious mistakes. 13.Bxf7?, 15.g4??, 17...Ng3+??, 20.Rf1?, 30.Qb6? and 33...Qd5??.
   Sep-18-19 J van den Bosch vs Capablanca, 1929
Mateo: 'Black wins - artistically.' Irving Chernev.
   Sep-10-19 Caruana vs I Nepomniachtchi, 2019
Mateo: Well, csmath commentary seems to be inspired by a computer. On the board, it's another story... It's very difficult to be sure it works after ...Qa7.
   Sep-10-19 Mamedyarov vs Nakamura, 2019
Mateo: No commentary about this game? Astonishing. Mamedyarov may have introduced an interesting novelty on the eleventh move. I bet this novelty will be watched by the elite players. An interesting tactical sequence ensues. Then an final ending a small advantage for White, but the American ...
   Sep-06-19 Aronian vs M Vachier-Lagrave, 2019
Mateo: Not a very ambitious play from MVL. He was not worse. He could have tried to push a bit.
   Sep-06-19 Ding Liren vs W So, 2019
Mateo: 24...Nf4!? actually looks like a pawn sacrifice. Ding Liren could have played 26.exd3 winning a pawn after 26...Qxc5 27.Rxa6 (27...Rxb2?? 28.Ra8+). However, take advantage of this extra pawn would be a difficult task for White.
   Sep-06-19 Nakamura vs Caruana, 2019
Mateo: Maybe White could get a small edge after 19.bxc4 dxc4, with a slightly better pawn structure.
   Aug-23-19 Spassky vs Larsen, 1980
Mateo: 35...e5? was a blunder losing quickly. After 36.Ne3 Rf3 (only move) 37.Nc2, if Black plays 37...Rd8, then 38.Ne1 wins.
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