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Member since Feb-21-04 · Last seen Aug-20-23
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   csmath has kibitzed 9027 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-19-23 Carlsen vs N Abasov, 2023 (replies)
csmath: Rossolimo has become my favorite anti-Sicilian, partly due to Carlsen consistently playing it. I am glad to see it once again.
   Aug-15-23 FIDE World Cup (2023) (replies)
csmath: There are also many Nigerians, Pakistanis, Indonesians, Brazilians, and Ethiopians. Chess is a game for populations that have a lot of leisure since they are mostly free from manual labor. India could be a special case, probably due to recent developments in economy and obviously due
   Aug-15-23 D Gukesh vs Carlsen, 2023 (replies)
csmath: Another real strong game by Magnus, the way he neutralized opening is indeed impressive and Gukesh was just not up to the ending game, perhaps he is too young for ending mastery yet.
   Aug-13-23 Ivanchuk vs Carlsen, 2023 (replies)
csmath: I think the reason why Ivanchuk resigned is that he was already eliminated, he had absolutely no chance of winning the game, the only thing he could do is to try to draw and for that he would have needed to sit another hour or so and probably still lose the game. In this knockout ...
   Aug-12-23 Carlsen vs Ivanchuk, 2023 (replies)
csmath: 27. ...Nb5 looks like a typical human move even though apparently 27. ...Nc7 seems to be the proper resource to hold on, engine endorses it but it is not exactly an obvious move. Very strong game by Carlsen. Looks like he made a smaller mistake with 33. e6 but since it is very ...
   Apr-30-23 Nepomniachtchi - Ding World Championship Match (2023) (replies)
csmath: Ding has not changed much from his teens, he still plays with a lot of guts and takes risks. He was quite a wild player early on and he is still rather wild even though his demeanor has always been very humble. What is interesting to me is that Wei Yi, in my perception about as ...
   Apr-26-23 Ding Liren vs Nepomniachtchi, 2023 (replies)
csmath: Crazy game but you gotta love live commenting by Hess, Sachdev, and Caruana. They had no engine variations, only evaluations so they got themselves in guessing why it was a good move or why it was a bad move. Just pure comedy. This was a crazy game.
   Apr-20-23 Ding Liren vs Nepomniachtchi, 2023 (replies)
csmath: Crazy game and sad for Ding.
   Apr-16-23 Ding Liren vs Nepomniachtchi, 2023 (replies)
csmath: Amazingly good game on the part of Ding. WCC style no doubt. This is turning into a great slugging match.
   Apr-01-22 Daniil Dubov (replies)
csmath: Daniil is a good person and a sensible person. He is also very perceptive. His view shows a very healthy attitude for the difficult position he is in. I wish him the best.
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