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cheekymonkey
Member since Mar-03-04 · Last seen Oct-27-15
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   cheekymonkey has kibitzed 20 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-17-08 Kramnik vs Anand, 2008 (replies)
 
cheekymonkey: Great game. The 11 ..axb5 line is probably my favorite QP opening to play with black, after 14 ..Ra5 Black's position is great. 14 ..Bb7 is a consummate world champion's move though, it's deep and how many people are going to give Kramnik two passed pawns on the queenside? ...
 
   Feb-20-08 A Zhigalko vs Bologan, 2008
 
cheekymonkey: Can any Najdorf gurus chime in on what white did wrong here? White's position after Nd5 is already looking bad, black has the position sealed up and there is nothing clear for White to do. White just spent the rest of the game trying to set up useless pawn captures and the win ...
 
   Jan-09-08 G Dickson vs G Flear, 2007
 
cheekymonkey: An instructive display by Flear. Allowing black to play d5 in that position was just devestating and White pays for failing to develop the b1 knight. I'm thinking 12Ba5 for White with the knight coming to c3 may be ok for White, otherwise Bd2 is a total bust. In the setup after
 
   Dec-29-07 E F Pecci vs Fritz, 2001 (replies)
 
cheekymonkey: How does Fritz manage to get out of its book so quickly? I think my version of Windows Vista Chess Titans could manage better in the opening.
 
   Dec-15-07 Shirov vs Kamsky, 2007 (replies)
 
cheekymonkey: Since I can't tell good exchange sacs from bad ones, I'm going to say White does not have enough piece play or space to justify this, then promptly watch Shirov play Rxc6 when i post this.
 
   Nov-29-05 V Zvjaginsev vs Y Shulman, 2005 (replies)
 
cheekymonkey: Why would anyone play two GM draws in an elimination tourney? Very disappointing not to see anything better from Zvjaginsev.
 
   Nov-15-05 Sutovsky vs Morozevich, 2005
 
cheekymonkey: 17 Qg4 is simply perplexing.
 
   Oct-13-05 Navara vs J Helbich, 1998 (replies)
 
cheekymonkey: wow...just,...wow
 
   Oct-04-05 Judit Polgar vs Topalov, 2005 (replies)
 
cheekymonkey: gah...2700 players can play endings better than you...clearly going on a pawn hunt is most likely not the smartest choice
 
   Feb-18-05 Bologan vs E Inarkiev, 2005 (replies)
 
cheekymonkey: Bologan looks like a strong candidate to win this tournament
 
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