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eeyore
Member since Apr-12-06 · Last seen Nov-26-19
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   eeyore has kibitzed 47 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-06-09 Svidler vs V Belov, 2009 (replies)
 
eeyore: Although it might be theory...it still led to a draw. I think the game would have been more exciting if Svidler deviated from theory to take the queen. (Even though white's bishop is active on b6...not really doing anything....)
 
   Feb-02-09 Karpov vs E Ghaem Maghami, 2009 (replies)
 
eeyore: What was wrong with black playing 25. Qh6+? I think it was a lot better than what was actually played....
 
   Jan-28-07 Ramesh vs I Sokolov, 2007 (replies)
 
eeyore: Black has no quick or direct way of winning; however, white's position is losing. After an exchange of queens...white has nothing to play for. The two rooks are dominated by black's two minor pieces. White has no way of generating any counterattack. Black has the open g-file plus two
 
   Jan-27-07 Akopian vs A Ramaswamy, 2007 (replies)
 
eeyore: Even a club player would have handled this opening a lot better.
 
   Jan-27-07 Nakamura vs M Tredinnick, 2007
 
eeyore: Treddinick's strategy for sacrificing his rook for the bishop was to give his a8 bishop a bit more scope. Afterwards...he can place his bishop on d5. With the exchange sacrifice he was probably hoping to free up his minor piecess.
 
   Aug-05-06 Short vs M Antonsen, 2006 (replies)
 
eeyore: slavito...and you can do a lot better against Nigel Short?
 
   Jul-16-06 Khachiyan vs E Schiller, 2005
 
eeyore: What about ...24. Pawn captures b6 with the idea of potentially opening the afile?
 
   Jun-26-06 Aerosvit GM Tournament (2006) (replies)
 
eeyore: You're right...that is a good refutation to my previous suggestion.
 
   Apr-12-06 Kiril D Georgiev vs Nijboer, 2006 (replies)
 
eeyore: You got to be kidding! Looks like Nijboer accepted the draw otherwise he would have lost on time. What a shame.
 
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