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   Jul-15-23 G Meins vs Adams, 2023
cade: After 21...Nc5 black is in a very strong position as his pieces are far better co-ordinated. I feel like 22...Rd6 gave White a tempo and immediately let them back into the game. After that White exchanging Queens was a blunder because of how it trapped the white Knight positionally. ...
   Jul-25-22 B Rabar vs E Paoli, 1953 (replies)
cade: Looked at the puzzle and assumed White to move! A fairly interesting angle too although nothing quite as decisive as Blacks move.
   Jun-07-22 Unzicker vs Tal, 1975 (replies)
cade: 32. c4 also wins a piece I think but leaves the Queens on the board
   Nov-07-21 Russian Championship Superfinal (2021) (replies)
cade: Esipenko only goes beyond move 42 once in 11 games and has a full set of draws. Next top rated Russian for sure!
   Apr-25-21 Ding Liren vs Grischuk, 2021 (replies)
cade: What was the idea behind Grischuk sacrificing his kingside Pawn structure beginning with 44...f6?
   Apr-03-20 Efimov vs Bronstein, 1941 (replies)
cade: I think the natural progression is to look at Ng3+ first, find that the bishop on c4 blocks the winning tactic and then extrapolate the winning move from there.
   Nov-21-18 Carlsen vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
cade: I think Black has a definite plus here. 1P vs 3P on the Queen side is the most significant thing about this position.
   Nov-15-18 Caruana vs Carlsen, 2018 (replies)
cade: How is Caruana going to force Carlsen's King back? If Carlsen parks his King on b5 there is nothing Caruana can do about it without messing up his position even more. Leaving the Black b-Pawn at home makes it harder for Caruana to consolidate the position.
   Nov-13-18 Carlsen vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
cade: I feel like White has chances here because he can take as long as he wants attacking on the kingside while black has no counterplay on the queenside.
   Aug-20-16 M Brown vs Adams, 2016 (replies)
cade: 21. Qa4? - the key mistake that Adams punished with ruthless efficiency. Black was already better but by moving his Queen to a4 White effectively took it off the board.
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