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   grubyilysy has kibitzed 11 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-03-18 Batumi Olympiad (2018) (replies)
grubyilysy: Napiszę po polsku, bo myślę po Polsku - to się nie dzieje naprawdę! :D.
   May-20-18 Rublevsky vs Beliavsky, 1997 (replies)
grubyilysy: Final position seems really easy win for black.
   May-16-18 Ju Wenjun vs Tan Zhongyi, 2018 (replies)
grubyilysy: Goodevans, I do not agree. Good "blocking" knight on central d4 against poor bishop, free pawn c, week pawns on Q side, it is clear advantage in ending without any calculation, at least "close to winning". Ju must have missed 30.Bc4+.
   Jul-07-17 Kosteniuk vs Stellwagen, 2000
grubyilysy: With 15.Qg4+
   Jan-08-17 H Rossetto vs R Cardoso, 1958 (replies)
grubyilysy: agb2002: (...) B) 40... Ne5 41.Be4 (...) B.3) 41... Qd8! 42.g6?? (42. Nf3) Hh5+! 43. gh5 Qg5#
   Nov-24-16 Carlsen vs Karjakin, 2016 (replies)
grubyilysy: Be6?? As somebody said, Magnus "deserves" to loose this match. This is simply really "bad shape".
   Nov-23-16 Karjakin vs Carlsen, 2016 (replies)
grubyilysy: Bf7 was right choice, Qb3 lead to draw, see my previous post. White would be two pawns ahead but with no chances to win. Computers often overestimates drawn positions with material advantage of one side. Now white still has chances.
   Nov-21-16 Carlsen vs Karjakin, 2016 (replies)
grubyilysy: Black seems to be winning. My comp shows h5 as the only that wins, but I believe black will win even without it. Queen goes to b2 to support last two little queen moves, then King walks Q-side and tries to hide beside the Queen. White should be too slow even with two pawns ...
   Nov-06-16 J C Olivier vs Timoshchenko, 1996
grubyilysy: At least today everything is fine with this game, score is 0-1 and this is OK, black is Knight ahead in final position. I find this game interesting and important for theory, white did mistake with 22.Nd5?, but event without this black seems slightly better.
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