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NightKnight
Member since Nov-09-02 · Last seen Apr-23-21
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   NightKnight has kibitzed 120 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-27-21 Rantanen vs H Hurme, 1973
 
NightKnight: Nice defensive Austrian attack play here from young Rantanen.
 
   May-23-20 D Rensch vs T Abrahamyan, 2010 (replies)
 
NightKnight: True brilliancy. First allowing Black to double her queen and the last move being Rb8!!, not to mention the whole concept of the attack.
 
   Mar-03-20 R Lindroos vs Pauli Lehtinen, 1978
 
NightKnight: Well, according to Stockfish 11, Black needs to first exchange on f4 and then play g3, or face advantage for White. Difficult position for Black, but perhaps he could have let his opponent show the win.
 
   Feb-04-20 M Matlakov vs Mamedyarov, 2019 (replies)
 
NightKnight: Queen sac followed by beautiful mating attack!
 
   Feb-01-20 Caruana vs Justin Tan, 2019
 
NightKnight: Nice queen deflection there.
 
   Dec-16-19 O Dimakiling vs K Kuderinov, 2012
 
NightKnight: Really nice attacking game.
 
   Oct-21-19 Isle of Man Grand Swiss (2019) (replies)
 
NightKnight: 5000$ rather. Howell placed on 11th because of his loss compared to 9th place if he drew.
 
   Apr-06-19 O Bortnyk vs Y Dzhumagaliev, 2017
 
NightKnight: Twice black queen took a pawn, and twice it backfired. Nice play.
 
   Jan-22-19 Sawyer Tom vs K Bateman, 2018 (replies)
 
NightKnight: This is actually a rare double pun. Whitewash refers also to a scene in American Psycho (Bateman). Bravo.
 
   Nov-14-18 Women's World Championship Knockout Tournament (2018) (replies)
 
NightKnight: So between Mucyzhuk - Abdumalik Black could have played Rf1, wait for White to check, then play Rf8 stopping the clock and claim the draw mate coming next move... Women`s chess is drama.
 
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