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Member since Apr-09-08 · Last seen Nov-11-19
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   freeman8201 has kibitzed 226 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-11-19 S Shankland vs A Liang, 2018
freeman8201: Nice to see the Fischer line being played. I am amazed to see the exchange pieces on move 8 and the King-f1 maneuver early in the opening. If I remember right Fischer, and correct me if Iím wrong, used this against Petrosian but in a previous tournament I believed he had some ...
   Sep-25-19 L Bruzon Batista vs Anand, 2006
freeman8201: I think 15. d5 open lines defending can be passive. Notice how the title says "Yusupov-Rubinstein System"? This is a Colle game. However, I do see 23. Ne7+ fork forcing either an exchange of the bishop 23...bxe7 or winning the rook with 24. NxRc8.
   Sep-24-19 T Burg vs B Bok, 2017
freeman8201: A Caro Kann Advance miniature!
   Aug-28-19 Yu Yangyi vs Harikrishna, 2019
freeman8201: I donít see the logic in 74...Kd5? And Whiteís 75. h6?! Iím seeing pawn promotion. I recently heard P. Hari on a pod cast I listen to.
   Jun-13-19 N Grandelius vs K Stupak, 2019 (replies)
freeman8201: hahaha what's white winning line to make black resign?
   Nov-02-18 S Fenil vs Kramnik, 2018 (replies)
freeman8201: Actually this isnít a KID but a Pirc game the moment white plays e4
   Oct-18-16 Ruslan Ponomariov (replies)
freeman8201: yes. Update the picture.
   Nov-21-14 Nimzo-Indian (E20) (replies)
freeman8201: Thanks! Here's a link to the game in which Ivan Sokolov describes in "Winning Chess Middlegames" calling it structure 1.8 in a nimzo indian game. So if you want to learn about King's Indian formations read Komch's book but Ivan scores in Nimzo pawn structures. I'm going to order
   Nov-18-14 Anand vs Gelfand, 2012 (replies)
freeman8201: Fisher would be rolling in his grave...this is outright trivial...
   Nov-18-14 Caruana vs Grischuk, 2014 (replies)
freeman8201: What the heck is Black playing, how to meet the anti-grunfeld gambit? I remember Leko playing e5, al a budapest, to meet Kramink's anti grunfeld opening.
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