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Member since May-16-05 · Last seen May-26-05
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   YoungChessmaster has kibitzed 5 times to chessgames  
   May-26-05 D Laylo vs Harikrishna, 2005 (replies)
YoungChessmaster: White survived! This was a very nice system against c4 - I plan on adding it to my repertoire :) Because the grip on d5 can be annoying, so black plays there before bg2. Note: Black has a win. Instead of 34...Qg1+, play Rg1+ then after Kh2 - Qe1! Because then then white has
   May-26-05 Harikrishna vs Dominguez Perez, 2005
YoungChessmaster: Tough game for black. It's so hard to get the pawn back and when you do, white is already up to other things like a king side attack. Well, black played ok. I don't really like Nbd7 blocking the Q check on a4. I rather play bd7, followed by qc7, and e5! After d3 - black ...
   May-26-05 A Volokitin vs Harikrishna, 2005
YoungChessmaster: Surprised to be the firt to kibitz on these two talents battling. Well, it was a quicky. White plays aggresively! Moves like Qf3 and e5. Except why 12. b3?? Waiting move, taking care of Rb8? Skip it and play e5 immediately. 29. Nb8 is fun. Takes care of black's knight, if ...
   May-26-05 Harikrishna vs Dreev, 2005 (replies)
YoungChessmaster: White played with tremendous prophylatics. Reminds me of Karpov. Examples are like: b4 and keeping the position somewhat closed with knight shuffling. My Q: What's with 8. Qc2? I see it all the time, and play it too but don't completely understand the move. I think it might
   May-25-05 Harikrishna vs A Rustemov, 2005
YoungChessmaster: An instructive game from both sides. After 7..Ne4 I think taking 8. Bxe7 is best. The prospects on g3 are not great. I'm sure Harikrishna knew Bxe7 a more common reply, and looked for something else. When playing lower rated lowers I guess you have to look for that moment. ...
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