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Member since Apr-20-04
A Swedish amateur from Stockholm rated 2017 (current and peak). FIDE rating 2100+. Acts as a chess teacher for beginners, although I prefer playing against strong opposition.

Studies at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm.

Top OTB opponent IM Robert Astrom in rated game.

Strongest player beaten OTB
Harald Logdahl

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   cuendillar has kibitzed 1647 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-07-21 Carlsen - Nepomniachtchi World Championship Match (2021) (replies)
cuendillar: It's hard to see how Nepo's realistically going to turn this around. Winning 2 of the remaining 6 games against a player who recently went 125 games without a single loss is a very tall order.
   Nov-16-21 Iturrizaga Bonelli vs A Chandra, 2018 (replies)
cuendillar: Two ideas sprang to mind right away, both focusing on the advanced pawn: 1. The flashy 38.Re8, since 38...Rxe4 39.Nf6+ wins immediately for white. 2. The prosaic 38.Rc2 followed by Nb6 Only then did I start calculating other lines of 38.Re8 to make sure the tactics really worked
   Oct-11-21 So vs Sasikiran, 2015 (replies)
cuendillar: My response to 49...d3 was simply 50.Qf6+ Qxf6 (50...Kg3?? 51.Qxg7 d2 52.Rd6) 51.Rxf6 followed by Rd6 picking up the passed pawn.
   Apr-15-21 B Yildiz vs J Gokbulut, 2019 (replies)
cuendillar: < MissScarlett> I know I'm not supposed to favour one race over another, but I nonetheless find marathons frightfully dull compared to the 100m dash.
   Jan-26-21 Louis W Felt
cuendillar: Sounds like a French king, until one realizes that W isn't a Roman numeral.
   Mar-03-20 NN vs Cochrane, 1822 (replies)
cuendillar: I saw the "solution" as black's best try for a win, but still considered him having to fight an uphill battle for a draw after 38.bxc3 Rxc3 39.Ra7 Kg8(39...Rd3? 40.Nf6 Bg8 41.Ra8 winning a piece) 41.Nf6+ Kf8 and white can choose between getting a pawn up or keeping the black king
   Dec-03-17 London Chess Classic (2017) (replies)
cuendillar: They're truly playing in the daring spirit of the Wild West here; it all comes down to who has the fastest draw!
   Oct-05-14 The World vs Naiditsch, 2014 (replies)
   Dec-05-11 Lasker vs Fortuijn, 1908 (replies)
cuendillar: There's a quite pretty line if black had noticed the danger ahead of time: 29...Qxe7 30.dxe7 Re8 31.Qa8! and black collapses immediately.
   Feb-03-11 Spielmann vs Immo Fuss, 1934 (replies)
cuendillar: @mike: You're probably missing that the white queen hangs in the starting position.
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