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ajile
Member since May-02-04 · Last seen Jun-11-21
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   ajile has kibitzed 11559 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-09-21 Spielmann vs Alapin, 1911 (replies)
 
ajile: Also 48.Nc3+?? loses quickly. [DIAGRAM] The Black king quickly infiltrates White's position via c4 and d3.
 
   Jun-08-21 Konstantinopolsky vs I Rudakovsky, 1940 (replies)
 
ajile: White to move and lose. [DIAGRAM]
 
   Jun-03-21 D Vaughan vs T Hill, 1987 (replies)
 
ajile: Anything wrong with 5.Bxf7+?
 
   May-22-21 S Goundar vs Wongi Baek, 2012 (replies)
 
ajile: <Messiah: Very low quality, horrible pun. Well done!> I saw what you did there. And I APPROVE!
 
   May-13-21 A Deviatkin vs J P Wallace, 2012
 
ajile: <Messiah: Well done!> lol
 
   May-12-21 B Beffie vs P F van Hoorn, 1923
 
ajile: Clever move order by White allows him to establish a pawn on c5. Then 15..d4 frees up c4 for White's knight to hop c4-d6 with nasty consequences. White then finds the right tactics to win the game.
 
   May-11-21 F Sideif-Sade vs Razuvaev, 1980
 
ajile: [DIAGRAM] Analysis by Rybka 3 32-bit : 21 ply 1. -+ (-2.34): 46.Rh2 Kf6 47.Rd2 Bb4 48.Rg2 Ke5 49.Rg5 Bd6 50.Rh5 Ke6 51.Rh6+ f6 52.Ke2 Bc2 53.Rh3 Bc5 54.Kd2 Be4 55.Rh6 Ke5 56.Rh8 f5 2. -+ (-2.34): 46.Rg8+ Kf6 47.Rg2 Ke5 48.Rg5 Bd6 49.Rh5 Ke6 50.Rh6+ f6 51.Ke2 Bc2 52.Rh3 Bc5 53.Kd2 Be4
 
   May-03-21 A E Blackmar vs A F Wurm, 1882
 
ajile: <Calaszlo: Is there something wrong with 22...Qc5?> Nothing I can see. Looks like Mate.
 
   May-02-21 J Buff vs Hendricks, 1978
 
ajile: <FSR: That, sadly, was The Jimmy Hendricks Experience.> I see you went to a lot of trouble to make an obscure sarcastic post. Well played? : >/
 
   Apr-26-21 A Lastin vs D Bocharov, 2008 (replies)
 
ajile: The exchange Philidor always seemed sketchy to me. IMO the Hanham variations maintaining the e5 pawn and forcing ..b5 after ..c6,..a6, b6, ..Bb7 are more in line with the spirit of the opening. As usual the danger of these systems is always White posting a Knight on f5.
 
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