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dangerousliaisons
Member since Dec-19-05 · Last seen May-26-09
Hi,

I am Jon, orignally from Bournemouth (England), though am currently studying computer science at the University of York.

I play chess online at Gameknot.com (both blitz and longer games) with the username dangerousliasons, and yes I did spell it wrong :(.

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   dangerousliaisons has kibitzed 19 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-05-06 Leko vs Gelfand, 2006 (replies)
 
dangerousliaisons: Jobava blundered and Kramnik punished it in some style! I think Leko would also have punished it in the same way. To me he didn't play the bishop sac in this game because he believes he is more likely to win by improving his position with developing moves. I think he would
 
   Aug-03-06 Kramnik vs Adams, 2006 (replies)
 
dangerousliaisons: Come on Adams my son! I reckon it will probably be a closed Ruy. A draw in about 40 moves is most likely I'm thinking...ah well it could be an exciting one!
 
   Aug-01-06 A Volokitin vs Morozevich, 2006 (replies)
 
dangerousliaisons: <Robin01> Pelletier has him. Will be 1-0 soon.
 
   Aug-01-06 Dortmund Sparkassen (2006) (replies)
 
dangerousliaisons: <Marvol> Don't worry I was being slightly sarcastic. Still that would probably be the excuse they offered. That or each player was worried they would slip up in the complications! They need more self-confidence (thinks of Kasparov) ;-)
 
   Jul-30-06 Aronian vs Kramnik, 2006 (replies)
 
dangerousliaisons: Will be declared a draw any moment now....probably (unless Aronian really wants to try and win it)!
 
   Feb-28-06 Smyslov vs Ragozin, 1947 (replies)
 
dangerousliaisons: Not sure what to think about blacks idea in the opening here... At first glance it seems horrible, giving up the exchange for not very much, what do people think that black felt he got for playing it this way?
 
   Feb-28-06 Najdorf vs Keres, 1963 (replies)
 
dangerousliaisons: Lovely play by Najdorf! I could never see myself playing similar moves to him in the midgame but its clear to see that they maintain a really good intiative for white. The combination to reduce to an easily winning endgame is the cherry on top of this great game!
 
   Feb-28-06 Vasiukov vs V Hora, 1965 (replies)
 
dangerousliaisons: Interesting game, I am not convinced black handled this game particularly well. He seemed reluctant to attack after playing the Schliemann, which must be wrong! He loses to a tactic at the end, but I think white has a winning advantage thanks to his huge lead in space ...
 
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