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asiduodiego
Member since Jan-17-08 · Last seen Nov-18-19
Capablanca is the greatest of all time: no discussion. :P

   asiduodiego has kibitzed 878 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-17-19 Emanuel Lasker (replies)
 
asiduodiego: I think it's an embarassment that "NN" the joke character this site created for "anonymous" players has a section of notable games, and Lasker, world champion for more than 20 years, doesn't.
 
   Mar-15-18 World Championship Candidates (2018) (replies)
 
asiduodiego: I think Lev is in great danger now. To go from a superior position to this, where is materially equal, but unbalanced, can be psychologically very heavy. I think Black has, at least, the psychological advantage. Even if he didn't saw the winning combination earlier on, he ...
 
   Nov-25-16 Carlsen - Karjakin World Championship Match (2016) (replies)
 
asiduodiego: <KnightVBishop>I don't know. I think, that's the obvious move in the position, if you stop to think about it, and you think a draw it's a good idea. But, maybe, you're right. I've seen the time Sergey took in those moves, and he took less than a minute to play 20 ... d5. ...
 
   Nov-24-16 Carlsen vs Karjakin, 2016 (replies)
 
asiduodiego: <Richard Taylor> The key issue was that, after the advance of the pawn, Sergey needed a Rook in c8 to block on c6. But also, he needed a rook in the h-column to defend the weakened Kingside. In the end, turned out, Sergey couldn't find a way to hold everything.
 
   Nov-23-16 Karjakin vs Carlsen, 2016 (replies)
 
asiduodiego: I think Sergey is now just messing with Magnus. I insist, if I were White, I wouldn't let Black off the hook with a pawn ahead. I would feel morally obligated to get to over 100 plays, into a stalemate or bare kings if necessary. In any case, my analysis remains. Sergey played a
 
   Jul-16-16 Carlsen vs Nakamura, 2016 (replies)
 
asiduodiego: At last. Our favourite hobbit has defeated Sauron.
 
   Nov-18-15 Carlsen vs Pelletier, 2015 (replies)
 
asiduodiego: <EhsanBalani> He took 40m40s in playing the fatal 45 Rg8??. And for that reason, I think it was an hallucination. Is a typical situation when you feel comfortable, you consider some plans and ideas, without checking if there's a hidden tactical shot there. It's a sad ...
 
   Nov-17-15 European Team Championship (2015) (replies)
 
asiduodiego: A sad day for Magnus, although he didn't seem so upset after the game. He even was smiling, and had a friendly chat with Pelletier, who, by the way, showed excellent accuracy to exploit his advantage, keeping a cool head all the time, and just waiting for Magnus position to ...
 
   Nov-17-15 S B Hansen vs Carlsen, 2015 (replies)
 
asiduodiego: I know, I know. But, come on, you're playing against the World Champion, it's a rare opportunity for a professional. Make him play till it's a draw.
 
   Nov-16-15 Carlsen vs Aronian, 2015 (replies)
 
asiduodiego: Great game by Levon. He took a daring choice by sacrificing that pawn early (although he said in the press conference he considered it an usual development), and then knew how to punish an over optimistic Carlsen after 21 Nxb7?, a pawn which proved to be poisoned. A great ...
 
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