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   januarylove has kibitzed 28 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-01-08 Naiditsch vs Kramnik, 2008 (replies)
januarylove: 16...Nxf4 17.Rxe7+ Kf8 18.Re5 Qd6 19.Rf5 Rd8 = (Fritz 10)
   May-21-08 K van der Weide vs R Aloma Vidal, 2006
januarylove: so what exactly does 8...Qb8 do?
   May-17-08 B Sambuev vs V Popov, 1999
januarylove: nice piece sac
   Apr-30-08 Bacrot vs Wang Yue, 2008 (replies)
januarylove: a somewhat active petrov :) *fun!*
   Apr-30-08 Karjakin vs Carlsen, 2008 (replies)
januarylove: h4 is first played because white's main objective in the yugoslav is to open the h-file. although g4 does threaten g5 dislodging the knight, this activated Black's bishop - and also blocks a possible Bh6. i've tried both plans, and both are fine. h4 is much faster, as white ...
   Aug-04-07 The World vs G Timmerman, 2007 (replies)
januarylove: < bdc: Tempo isn't always everything. I think f5-h6 combination is not pretty for the black kingside. And after Bh4, what does black do? 2.g5 Bg3? And now? We can look at the main lines if you like. I think black is taking risks in this line. I prefer 1.d4 f5 2.Bg5 g6, which ...
   Jul-26-07 cornflake chessforum (replies)
januarylove: If we play the King's Indian (I voted for d4), then I'm going with Artar1's statistics and saying we play the Bayonet. It's pretty much a good shot for White.
   Jan-28-07 Shulman vs The World, 2007 (replies)
januarylove: 4...Ba6 5.b3 b5 maybe? We get an open file on the queenside, and good development. I'll try to find a game with the line.
   Nov-25-06 Kramnik vs Deep Fritz, 2006 (replies)
januarylove: Capablanca Fan, I have Fritz 8, and it is quite strong in endgames, but often spends time on its doubled pawns.
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