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UnholyMartin
Member since Jan-22-20 · Last seen Nov-05-20
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   UnholyMartin has kibitzed 7 times to chessgames  
   Aug-23-20 Karjakin vs Y Yu, 2019 (replies)
 
UnholyMartin: To fredthebear The exchange after 14..Nf5 was a blunder in a rapid game, nothing else.
 
   Jul-04-20 Dubov vs Carlsen, 2020 (replies)
 
UnholyMartin: Even if Dubov is only six years younger than Carlsen he should avoid classical mainlines because this was standard training before 2000. After 5.g3 only 11.e4 could have rescued him (analysed by Stockfish), all other white moves were correct.
 
   Jul-03-20 Carlsen vs Dubov, 2020 (replies)
 
UnholyMartin: The decisive mistake of White in this play was 15.exd4 instead of Nxd4. But it´s obvious that White`s position after the 7th move is an untested one, where as Black´s position is like in the mainline of Kings Indian or Pircs defence. This was caused by Dubovs 2..c6 and very ...
 
   May-21-20 Nakamura vs Firouzja, 2020 (replies)
 
UnholyMartin: SChesshevsky: The game of Yusupov you mentioned is a very bad example how to play modern Colle-Zuckertort. If Black´s counterplay is Queens Indian White should accept this and Play 6.c4 instead of b3. A brilliant example is Kramnik-Topalov 2015.
 
   Apr-13-20 E Kovalevskaya vs R Sadhwani, 2020
 
UnholyMartin: 5.g3 is no good move for White. In chessgames opening book 5.Le3 or 5.Le2 would be better.
 
   Apr-13-20 V Murzin vs S Chanda, 2020
 
UnholyMartin: According to Chessgames Opening Explorer the most sucessful move would be 3.h3 !
 
   Jan-29-20 Dorfman vs Miles, 1992
 
UnholyMartin: Consult the Chessgames database and you´ll see that after 11.Ne5 no game was won by White. 11.Re1 was more successful with 4 wins and 4 games lost.
 
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