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ajk68
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   ajk68 has kibitzed 917 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-27-23 Geller vs Velimirovic, 1971 (replies)
 
ajk68: I should mention that 19...Qh8 pins the rook to the queen, but there are enough tempi to defend the queen with the rook on a8 (as long as black doesn't waste one with Rb8?).
 
   Jan-27-23 P Maghsoodloo vs Carlsen, 2023 (replies)
 
ajk68: Wow! Magnus built a bridge. You don't see things get played out that far most of the time. What's really interesting is that he got his rook to the 4th rank (from black's perspective) on move 48. I wonder if he had already computed out that he needed the rook on that rank? Quite ...
 
   Jan-25-23 Ben (replies)
 
ajk68: I think there was a movie about him!? Michael Jackson did the theme song.
 
   Jan-25-23 E Canal vs F Norcia, 1953
 
ajk68: 9. Kf2 and 11. Kf1 are very strange moves. 9. Qe2 and 11. g3 are both better and relatively obvious.
 
   Jan-20-23 AlphaZero vs Stockfish, 2018
 
ajk68: Clearly Stockfish hasn't been programmed to value space as much as A0.
 
   Jan-18-23 Staunton vs J Brown, 1847
 
ajk68: Simple 15...Bc5 or even ...Bd7 would have been winning.
 
   Jan-12-23 E Abdrlauf vs K Kucuksari, 2023 (replies)
 
ajk68: What a brutal ending.
 
   Jan-12-23 Rublevsky vs C Gabriel, 1992
 
ajk68: [DIAGRAM] The game annotation gives 12. Bc4?, a question mark. Bc4 is clearly the best move - maybe even should be an ! move. 1) +4.14 (41 ply) 12.Bc4 Qe7 13.Re1 d5 14.Bb5+ c6 15.Nxc6 Qxe1+ 16.Bd2 bxc6 17.Bxc6+ Bd7 18.Bxd7+ Kxd7 19.Bxe1 Rac8+ 20.Kd3 Nc2 21.Bc3 Nxb4+ 22.Bxb4 axb4 ...
 
   Dec-21-22 Kosteniuk vs J Plaskan, 2022 (replies)
 
ajk68: 16...g5?? What was black thinking?! Black had a solid position, but was slightly worse. Finish development, get the king to safety. Pressing an attack was unjustified.
 
   Dec-21-22 Shankland vs N Abdusattorov, 2022
 
ajk68: 19. Be1? 20. Qf3? 33. Bd2? Bd2 allowed for black to rip open the position. This game doesn't make any sense from white's perspective.
 
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