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Member since Jul-12-07 · Last seen Jul-08-20
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   YoungEd has kibitzed 1265 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-04-20 Chernev vs Denker, 1944
YoungEd: To me, 11. ...e4 was the move that put Black in front for good. Stockfish at 6 seconds shows only a small edge for Black, but White is already pretty cramped and hard pressed to come up with a good plan.
   Jun-21-20 E Nakagawa vs A Matoussi, 2008
YoungEd: It's interesting how quickly Black's game falls apart after losing the f5 pawn. In the final position, it looks like Black must either sac the exchange on f5 or lose the d6 bishop.
   Jun-21-20 Van Wely vs M Pavlovic, 2015
YoungEd: <Vermit>: Yes, 22. Qf5 is the kind of move that I might find in a half hour if I were told it was a puzzle! But I wouldn't find it over the board. In any event, very pretty move!
   May-30-20 I Nepomniachtchi vs Caruana, 2020
YoungEd: Stronger king wins in the endgame.
   Apr-02-20 Nderim Saraci vs A Ozolins, 2017
YoungEd: my unskilled eye, 9...Bxd1 would have been stronger than 9...Resigns. I wonder what really happened here!
   Feb-15-20 Kasparov vs Chess Genius, 1994 (replies)
YoungEd: Dear <The Tamale>: Yes! Imagine my disappointment when it wasn't Lanny Poffo!
   Jan-30-20 Winawer vs Alapin, 1892
YoungEd: It's amazing how quickly the tables turned in this game. Black had a big advantage according to SF but lost it with moves 28 through 30. Another example of how hard it is to win a won game.
   Dec-29-19 D Carless vs R Rehfeld, 1990
YoungEd: Even if black hadn't dropped the f-pawn at the end, his game was still pretty dismal. White would just have made trouble with his passed a-pawn. I don't see the value of this gambit!
   Dec-22-19 A Botez vs Maria Paula De Mey, 2012
YoungEd: 12...a5 is a huge mistake; the obvious 13. b5 and 14. c6 put Black in a huge bind for the rest of the game.
   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.
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