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Member since Jun-06-05 · Last seen Jan-25-22
Dutch. helped me a lot analyzing games and looking at ideas.

I started playing with 1. d4, but recently play 1. e4 as well, because I love the spanish game and though I might like playing against the sicilian, which is, in fact, very fun to do.

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   aktajha has kibitzed 378 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-21-22 Caruana vs Giri, 2022 (replies)
aktajha: <Ulhumbrus> 37 Rb1 Nd2 giving back the exchange.
   Sep-24-19 beatgiant chessforum (replies)
aktajha: <AylerKupp><beatgiant> the simple algebra is correct, the averages should be exactly the same. The excel sheet is incorrect. The quarterly average calculations point to the wrong cells at some points. If you change this, all is the same again.
   Oct-05-18 Nakamura vs Bu Xiangzhi, 2018 (replies)
aktajha: "castling is overrated" American olympiad team
   Mar-11-16 World Championship Candidates (2016) (replies)
aktajha: @virginmind: refresh the page and don't click on the video first, just click on a board. Then it works fine.
   Mar-07-15 I Cheparinov vs A Demchenko, 2015
aktajha: probably black just resigned. With DGT boards they have to put the kings on the color of the victor as input for the game recording system. Since Ke4 is a legal move, the electronic board registers it.
   Nov-10-14 Carlsen vs Anand, 2014 (replies)
aktajha: Perfect showing of just playing chess here. A game like this shows that e.g. an in prime Lasker would still stand a chance against the top players of the moment. All he'd have to do is avoid an opening battle...
   Nov-18-13 Anand - Carlsen World Championship Match (2013) (replies)
aktajha: May be you should define looking for a win , <vaselintopalov>, do you mean risky manoeuvres, or sacrifices or may be even opening preparation? We have to keep in mind chess is played over the board by two humans who play differently. The only objective is to make less ...
   Apr-13-12 Dreev vs Brodsky, 2012 (replies)
aktajha: it starts with coordinated pieces at move 52, then this is used to gain a space advantage (56) and a better king position (68). The rest is history! But still, one can't stop thinking there should be a draw somewhere after move 52.
   Jan-29-12 Van Wely vs Carlsen, 2012 (replies)
aktajha: drawn in 60 seconds
   Dec-10-11 London Chess Classic (2011) (replies)
aktajha: All hail the knights of the Kings gambit! Short you go!
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