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Member since Jul-12-07 · Last seen Jun-07-23
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   YoungEd has kibitzed 1487 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-03-23 G Prakken vs B Tiller, 2009 (replies)
YoungEd: More of a fortunate win for Black than a great game throughout, but the pun deserves a tip of the hat.
   Jun-02-23 Rapport vs Shankland, 2019
YoungEd: Looks like one of those games where White calculated one move further than Black, who must have missed 28. Be4. Nice combo by White!
   May-30-23 H Grund vs I Starostits, 1996
YoungEd: Beautiful final move! The e5 rook is taboo because of the Qf8++ threat, so White has time to pile up force on the e-file, winning the bishop back and much more.
   May-29-23 Vidmar vs Goldsand, 1902
YoungEd: Now that Stockfish is on the scene, I can answer "yes!" to <Auto's" question from almost 18 years ago!
   May-28-23 J Xie vs S Lalic, 1996 (replies)
YoungEd: My inexpert eye views 13. O-O-O with suspicion; I would have castled short and hunkered down for a long game.
   Apr-24-23 Szabados vs G Primavera, 1951
YoungEd: 17...Nxe4 superficially looks like it picks up a free pawn, but no! If Black takes the rook, 19. Ng5+ wins the house.
   Apr-12-23 I Rogers vs J Brenninkmeijer, 1990
YoungEd: The YoungEd Express scores a rare victory on this one!
   Apr-04-23 NN vs E Daniels, 1842 (replies)
YoungEd: Topical title!
   Mar-31-23 Bogoljubov vs Nimzowitsch, 1930
YoungEd: Stockfish notates 11. O-O-O with a ?, and that seems right. The white king just heads into the vicinity with a cluster of black pieces. The position doesn't look ripe for a white king-side pawn storm, so I don't see the point of castling long.
   Mar-30-23 Gossip vs J Mieses, 1889 (replies)
YoungEd: It looks like 16. Ne5? was a real turning point in the game; the knight can't stay on d5, and so it can't really protect the advanced e-pawn. White falls apart pretty quickly after looking more or less okay in an exciting game.
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