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   acgneves has kibitzed 19 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-14-13 Russian Championship Superfinal (2013) (replies)
acgneves: Kramnik didnt blunder his 69. ..b5, he bluffed, and thats a huge difference.. he needed to win, tried to squeeze it out of nothing but it didnt work out... that can explain his bad mood after the game Kudos to Svidler
   Apr-01-13 World Championship Candidates (2013) (replies)
acgneves: Dionyseus: <If you watch his press conferences from previous games you'll see Radjabov has been downtalking himself throughout the entire tournament.> But Im talking specifically about yesterday game Magnus-Radjabov.. decisive game indeed.. And I've been following all news ...
   Jul-25-11 Biel Chess Festival (2011) (replies)
acgneves: Kramnik and Giri are playing Dortmund, not Biel...
   Aug-28-10 Carlsen vs J L Hammer, 2010 (replies)
acgneves: As a humble 1700 player, Im skeptical after figure out in a sec that Hammer missed a forced win with 39 ..Rc1+ (no rybka to confirm that) when white will have to give up the rook and the bishop to delay mate. Is that correct? lol
   May-30-10 Portisch vs Lengyel, 1964 (replies)
acgneves: As I commented yesyerday... this was the week of desperato puzzles (then, predictable), booring and much easier than common!
   May-29-10 Kasparov vs N R McDonald, 1986 (replies)
acgneves: This is the week of desperatos... I think at least 4 since last monday!
   Apr-09-10 Englisch vs Gunsberg, 1885
acgneves: With 65.Ra8+ black can play 65. ..Kh7 66.Rd7+ Rg7 67.Rxg7+ Kh6 68.Rh8# Remembering that Im not criticizing anything, my objective was to find out which line would assure mate in fewer number of moves as possible!
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