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MordimerChess
Member since Dec-31-19 · Last seen Mar-30-20
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   MordimerChess has kibitzed 96 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Mar-29-20 O Bernstein vs Rubinstein, 1906
 
MordimerChess: I think Rubinstein exchanged the queens in not really great way. If it's on b6, then open a-file would be pretty awesome for black. Try to follow the position after 22. a4 by Bernstein. A lot of interesting tactics there. Nf5 pretty sneaky but Nxb7 - definitely the best ...
 
   Mar-28-20 G Oskam vs Euwe, 1919
 
MordimerChess: After 5...h6 black loses the pawn. It was better to play: 5...Bxb1 6. Rxb1 Bb4+ 7. Nd2 ⩲ 5...c6 6. Qb3 Qc7 7. Bxf6 gxf6 ⩲ 5...Nbd7 6. Qb3 Be7 7. Qxb7 Rb8 8. Qxa7 Rxb2 = 8... Kd7 was a rather poor try to set up the trap. Black could try something crazier, for
 
   Mar-26-20 M Vachier-Lagrave vs I Nepomniachtchi, 2020 (replies)
 
MordimerChess: Tried some variation with c4 but without exchanging light square bishop - which looks illogical but creates some sharp lines: 13...bxc5 14.Nf3 c4 15. Be2 Nbc6 16. Qf4 Qa5 17. Bd2 Qa4 with pressure on c2... it could potentially give some time to black to mobilize the rook. But ...
 
   Mar-25-20 I Nepomniachtchi vs Wang Hao, 2020
 
MordimerChess: Just couple of interesting lines: 21...Rxe1 22. Qxe1 Ne6 was played in 2019 in GM level and black managed to win. And for white if: 50. Kh2 then Nf3+ 51. Kg2 51. Kh3 Qg4+ 52. Kg2 Nxh4+ so losing the pawn this way or another. Interesting would be trying to send the knight ...
 
   Mar-23-20 I Nepomniachtchi vs Ding Liren, 2020 (replies)
 
MordimerChess: Interesting things in the interview, Nepo said he can play 28. Nxd4 Bf6 29. Qb4 but black would equalize.. but he missed something, because: 29...Qg4 30. Nc2 Qf3 31. h3 hxg3 32. Ne1 gxf2+ 33. Rbxf2 Qg3+ 34. Rg2 Qe3+ 35. Rgf2 Bd4 36. Nf3 Bc5 37. Qd2 Qxd2 38. Nxd2 Rab8 39. Kg2 ...
 
   Mar-21-20 M Vachier-Lagrave vs Grischuk, 2020 (replies)
 
MordimerChess: Of course 30. Re4! wins in every line: 30...b5 31. Rxc4 bxc4 32. Rxf7+ Ke8 33. Rxc7 Rd8 34. Ba3 <JackobG> 30...Nb6 31. Ba3+ Ke8 32. Nxf7 Bxf7 33. e6 Bxh5 34. Ref4 Nd7 35. exd7+ Kxd7 36. gxh5 Yes, it's not easy win but with so active rooks it shouldn't be a problem ...
 
   Mar-21-20 World Championship Candidates (2020) (replies)
 
MordimerChess: <Richard Taylor> Thanks for pointing that out. English is my fourth language, I started to learn it quite late from non-native speakers... so forgive me "inaccuracies" :D And e5 is great move in tournament environment. It was really awesome preparation where Ding Liren ...
 
   Mar-20-20 Ding Liren vs Caruana, 2020 (replies)
 
MordimerChess: The crazy lines starts with 12...Be4, I am really surprised that Caruana didn't go for it. This is just one of the craziest a'la Tal variations: 12...Be4 13. g4 Re8 14. Nxf7 Kxf7 15. g5 Ng4+ 16. Kg3 Bxc3∞ And of course later: 21...Re5 22. Qh3 Nf4 23. Qh4 g5 24. Qg3 ...
 
   Mar-19-20 K Alekseenko vs I Nepomniachtchi, 2020 (replies)
 
MordimerChess: French Defense was played last time in Candidates Tournament in 2007. And more interesting that last time when anybody won with French Defense in Candidates Tournament was 1986, in Riga, in game Sokolov Yusupov. Seems like Ian Nepomniachtchi tried to change that statistics. ...
 
   Mar-18-20 Caruana vs K Alekseenko, 2020 (replies)
 
MordimerChess: The highest ranked player of the tournament plays against the lowest ranked player who is qualified with wild card. The difference in experience and skills is visible, mainly in time spent for the moves. Move 27 - Alekseenko still has to make 14 moves and he has... 5 minutes ...
 
   Mar-18-20 Rubinstein vs Flamberg, 1906
   Mar-18-20 Ding Liren vs Wang Hao, 2020 (replies)
   Mar-10-20 Stalin vs Jeschow, 1926 (replies)
   Mar-09-20 V I Lenin vs M Gorky, 1908
   Mar-06-20 Chigorin vs Rubinstein, 1906
   Mar-05-20 Akiba Rubinstein
   Mar-05-20 Rubinstein vs Chigorin, 1906
   Mar-04-20 Anderssen vs Dufresne, 1852
   Mar-02-20 Anderssen vs Kieseritzky, 1851
   Mar-01-20 Morphy vs Duke Karl / Count Isouard, 1858 (replies)
   Feb-29-20 D Byrne vs Fischer, 1956
   Feb-28-20 Rubinstein vs B Maliutin, 1906
   Feb-26-20 Rubinstein vs B Blumenfeld, 1906
   Feb-25-20 Serper vs I Nikolaidis, 1993
   Feb-25-20 Tata Steel Masters (2020)
   Feb-25-20 Cairns Cup (2020) (replies)
   Feb-25-20 Prague Chess Festival (Masters) (2020) (replies)
   Feb-25-20 S Izbinsky vs Rubinstein, 1906
   Feb-25-20 Vidmar vs Rubinstein, 1905
   Feb-23-20 D Anton Guijarro vs A Firouzja, 2020
   Feb-22-20 J K Duda vs V S Gujrathi, 2020 (replies)
   Feb-21-20 V S Gujrathi vs Navara, 2020 (replies)
   Feb-20-20 J K Duda vs A Firouzja, 2020 (replies)
   Feb-19-20 Koneru vs Kosteniuk, 2020
   Feb-18-20 Koneru vs V Gunina, 2020 (replies)
   Feb-17-20 A Firouzja vs Harikrishna, 2020 (replies)
   Feb-16-20 Ju Wenjun vs C Yip, 2020 (replies)
   Feb-15-20 C Yip vs V Gunina, 2020 (replies)
   Feb-15-20 V S Gujrathi vs S Shankland, 2020
   Feb-14-20 C Yip vs Kosteniuk, 2020
   Feb-13-20 J Mieses vs Rubinstein, 1905
   Feb-13-20 Castellvi vs Vinyoles, 1475
   Feb-13-20 Lagno vs Ju Wenjun, 2020 (replies)
   Feb-11-20 N Dzagnidze vs V Gunina, 2020 (replies)
   Feb-08-20 Rubinstein vs J Mieses, 1905
   Feb-07-20 Duras vs Rubinstein, 1905
   Feb-06-20 Vaganian vs Kupreichik, 1974
   Feb-04-20 Duras vs Rubinstein, 1905
   Jan-30-20 Rubinstein vs L Loewy Sr, 1905
   Jan-30-20 D Dubov vs Yu Yangyi, 2020
   Jan-29-20 Dus Chotimirsky vs Rubinstein, 1905
   Jan-27-20 A Firouzja vs D Dubov, 2020
   Jan-27-20 V Artemiev vs Caruana, 2020 (replies)
   Jan-26-20 Caruana vs J K Duda, 2020
   Jan-25-20 V Kovalev vs Caruana, 2020 (replies)
   Jan-24-20 J van Foreest vs A Firouzja, 2020
   Jan-22-20 Salwe vs Rubinstein, 1903
   Jan-22-20 Yurevich vs Rubinstein, 1903
   Jan-22-20 Caruana vs A Firouzja, 2020 (replies)
   Jan-22-20 Carlsen vs V Kovalev, 2020 (replies)
   Jan-21-20 A Firouzja vs Carlsen, 2020 (replies)
   Jan-20-20 Caruana vs Anand, 2020 (replies)
   Jan-19-20 Yu Yangyi vs J K Duda, 2020 (replies)
   Jan-19-20 Vitiugov vs J van Foreest, 2020 (replies)
   Jan-19-20 Caruana vs D Dubov, 2020 (replies)
   Jan-17-20 D Dubov vs V Artemiev, 2020
   Jan-17-20 J K Duda vs V Artemiev, 2020
   Jan-16-20 Anand vs J Xiong, 2020 (replies)
   Jan-16-20 V Artemiev vs V Kovalev, 2020
   Jan-15-20 J van Foreest vs Carlsen, 2020
   Jan-13-20 J van Foreest vs D Dubov, 2020 (replies)
   Jan-12-20 W So vs Anand, 2020 (replies)
   Jan-12-20 J van Foreest vs Yu Yangyi, 2020 (replies)
   Jan-11-20 Carlsen vs A Giri, 2020 (replies)
   Jan-10-20 Rubinstein vs Salwe, 1904
   Jan-09-20 Rubinstein vs Salwe, 1904
   Jan-07-20 Rubinstein vs O Bernstein, 1903
   Jan-06-20 Schiffers vs Rubinstein, 1903
   Jan-03-20 Chigorin vs Rubinstein, 1903
   Jan-01-20 Rubinstein vs Salwe, 1903
   Dec-31-19 Rubinstein vs G G Bartoszkiewicz, 1897
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