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YoungEd
Member since Jul-12-07 · Last seen Dec-13-19
My chess skill has changed from stinky to fetid and putrid.
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   YoungEd has kibitzed 1256 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-09-19 S Cucancic vs D Lazic, 2010
 
YoungEd: White makes it look easy--win a pawn, trade down, and push a pawn for promotion.
 
   Dec-09-19 Santasiere vs N Bakos, 1949 (replies)
 
YoungEd: Black was clearly worse, but 14...Qxh1+ is just falling on the sword.
 
   Nov-30-19 Stephen Capp vs A Dunne, 1991
 
YoungEd: Dunne's Capp.
 
   Nov-19-19 Rubinstein vs Prins, 1931 (replies)
 
YoungEd: I guess 4. g4 intends to trap the knight, preparing 5. e3. But it just looks too weakening. I might try 4. e4 Nf5 5. e4, which looks better to me for White.
 
   Nov-10-19 M Voigt vs Zhen Yu Cyrus Low, 2011
 
YoungEd: 15. Nf5 wasn't that hard to see (even I saw it right away), but it's still pretty and Black is already busted after it.
 
   Nov-10-19 Bologan vs S N Arkhipov, 1995
 
YoungEd: I'm not good enough to see the white win at the end. But I do think Black should have tried 6...Nf4.
 
   Oct-30-19 Vojtech Vlk (replies)
 
YoungEd: Not all syllables need vowels.
 
   Oct-24-19 Botvinnik vs Petrosian, 1952 (replies)
 
YoungEd: Thanks, <retireborn> and <keypusher>. Very pretty!
 
   Oct-24-19 T Balogh vs M Manik, 1999
 
YoungEd: Both players must have been in time trouble; hence the draw agreement.
 
   Oct-17-19 R Shaw vs R Jain, 2012 (replies)
 
YoungEd: Black looks a little better to me after move 19, But 20...Qc4 just leads to woodchopping and a draw. I don't know what a winning try might be, though.
 
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