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   fixingguru has kibitzed 146 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-12-11 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
fixingguru: <Well, you are questioning the strength of Bazna and Biel maybe.> i am not questioning anything, i am just not sure that Biel for example, qualifies as a supertournament.
   Dec-06-11 Hans Arild Runde (replies)
fixingguru: <i'm not sure if it was a good game> i am quite sure it wasn't a good game. i am not a king's indian player myself but how it is possible white is so many tempi ahead with his Q-side attack? black did something very wrong. (maybe h6?). anyway, Anand then made some less than
   Nov-08-11 Fressinet vs Delchev, 2011
fixingguru: my guess is that what happened is that probably the game was agreed drawn after 54.Kc4 and then the arbiters put the kings on e4 and e5 to signal that the game was over. then the electronic board recorded this as a move.
   Aug-15-11 Kasparov vs J C Moreira, 1992 (replies)
fixingguru: <alictg81: Why Black did not take the Bishop at g5(move no. 13)? I am so confused!> so you are confused "Juan Carlos Moreira" didn't take the bishop on g5 at move 13 but you aren't confused that the best player of all time didn't take the queen on move 14!? priceless.
   Jun-30-11 Hans-Joachim Federer (replies)
fixingguru: <Lisicki's low ranking is due to a slow comeback after an injury though. Look at her way to this semifinal, she eliminated some big names there.> Yes she beat Na Li and Bartoli but neither of those players is on Maria's level, not on grass at least.
   May-09-11 Kramnik vs Radjabov, 2011 (replies)
fixingguru: interesting article on chessbase. apparently the clock broke down after 60...Kf6 in a drawn position and clock was fixed in 13 minutes. after that Radjabov makes a series of bad moves (why on earth did he put the rook on d8 is beyond ...
   Feb-13-11 Kamsky vs Anand, 1994 (replies)
fixingguru: [DIAGRAM] 12...Bg7?? is horrible. 12...e5 was the only way to stay in the game although to be fair black's position looks very passive there. for example 13.Be3 Bg7 14.a5
   Feb-13-11 Anand vs Kamsky, 1994 (replies)
fixingguru: [DIAGRAM] was 47.Re1 really necessary? sure white position is not very good but at least he could try 47.Ra6. black can still win but he has to find 47...e3 48.fe3 Rd7!!
   Feb-13-11 Anand vs Kamsky, 1994
fixingguru: on move 28 white missed a good chance to activate the knight. [DIAGRAM] instead of 28.Ne1 as played 28.Nd4 seems better to me. the last chance for Anand to save the game was IMO on move 52. [DIAGRAM] 52.Rg8 is not good. the right idea was to attack the e5 pawn with 52.Nh4 and ...
   Feb-13-11 Kamsky vs Anand, 1994 (replies)
fixingguru: black decisive error seems to come here [DIAGRAM] 34...Re6? missing 35.a6! correct for black was 34...Kg8 and he is ready to go Rb1 next.
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