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   Yuridmi has kibitzed 65 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-11-21 Suba vs Sax, 1993 (replies)
Yuridmi: 15. e4 instead of 15. Qb3
   Jan-09-21 G Milos vs Judit Polgar, 1996 (replies)
Yuridmi: 13. Rae1 started a bad slide for White. Good Old Fritz provides alternatives 13. Nb3, 13. Nce2, and 13. g5 as improvements, each leading to essentially an even position. With 13. Rae1 black has many sharp counterplay options, and superb tactician J. Polgar finds a deadly one.
   Jan-02-21 P Maghsoodloo vs Carlsen, 2020 (replies)
Yuridmi: What an odd game among Grandmasters. Resembles a brawl between two Seventh Graders in a Middle School chessclub
   Dec-27-20 Grischuk vs A Giri, 2020
Yuridmi: Messiah speaks the truth. Ultra-fast chess eliminates strategy. We have the immortally brilliant Ilyumzhinov from Kalmykia / FIDE to thank for the hysteria towards "Rapid" and "Blitz" and "Armageddon" and similar nonsense.
   Dec-24-20 J Sunye Neto vs L Christiansen, 1980 (replies)
Yuridmi: 17. ... Ne4 is essentially a draw offer, as 18. fxe4 leads to perpetual check and black has nothing better. Accurate analysis from Delboy. Well done.
   Dec-15-20 E Gulden vs Andrei Macovei, 2018 (replies)
Yuridmi: "Gulden Cuts The Mustard"
   Dec-13-20 K Bryzgalin vs A Iljushin, 1998 (replies)
Yuridmi: Looks like White's 28. a3 is a disaster. The fight is on the Kingside, with immediate action required. White can stay in the game with either 28. Rd1 or 28. Qe6
   Dec-11-20 D Kaps vs E Paehtz, 2013
Yuridmi: Great observation, "wwall." Black's rook is en-prise for six moves. Odd that a 2100+ player could miss this capture
   Oct-25-20 Carlsen vs E Inarkiev, 2017
Yuridmi: Super! Thank you, << Diademas >> for reminding us CG readers about the Chernin-Karpov game which is of notoriety, and highly instructive as to how a good Arbiter handles an illegal move situation. /// The game I really have in mind is elusive. I'm sure it was Karpov, but
   Oct-24-20 K Moutousis vs Dvoirys, 1993 (replies)
Yuridmi: >>> Honey Blend: Why not 30. ♗f3 and try to stop the pawn from queening? <<< Honey Blend is correct, 30. Bf3 renders an even position
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