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   jphamlore has kibitzed 3592 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-03-23 11th Norway Chess (2023) (replies)
jphamlore: And here is the next Chinese prodigy. Depending on what he scores last round of the Dubai Open, this untitled player Xue Haowen might be earning a GM norm. And he just beat Hans Niemann with the Black pieces round 8.
   Jun-03-23 Dubai Open (2023)
jphamlore: <beatgiant: <boz> In this game, really? M A Tabatabaei vs Niemann, 2023 I'm not seeing where he ever had an advantage, let alone a win.> Maybe the reference is to round 7 versus Volodar Murzin?
   May-22-23 Superbet Rapid Poland (2023) (replies)
jphamlore: <offramp: Kirill Shevchenko is totally duffing up little Giri. A Scotch, and he needs it.> For whatever reason, Giri has never been all that great at rapids compared to his peers?
   May-19-23 Sharjah Masters (2023) (replies)
jphamlore: No one will remember this, but the ending of Niemann - Yilmaz shows the beauty in chess of knowing the technique to draw. Yilmaz playing basically on increment perfectly illustrated many of the concepts of say Dvoretsky's chapter on rook endgames. He may have calculated the ...
   May-19-23 FIDE Women's Grand Prix (2023) (replies)
jphamlore: <Atterdag: Wagner is the only European sounding name here - and then it turns out, Dinara is a (former?) Russian married to a German chessplayer (Dennis W.) :-)> Because to put it bluntly, women's chess in the West is at best something to put on a college application to ...
   May-13-23 Superbet Chess Classic Romania (2023) (replies)
jphamlore: The money for purely competing playing chess is terrible relative to the amount of time players need to train, starting from ridiculously young ages as low as 4 apparently for Ding Liren. I do predict the era of top players not finishing university is coming to an end. Firouzja ...
   May-12-23 Baku Open (2023) (replies)
jphamlore: The Hans Niemann controversy will become a long forgotten footnote, because I predict he will return back to university within a year, maybe within months. He has no future as a chess professional. The alternative sources of income related to chess aren't open to him.
   May-06-23 Nepomniachtchi - Ding World Championship Match (2023) (replies)
jphamlore: <ex0duz> ... In most if not all positions GM don't need to have 30+ min thinks. 15-20 should be more than enough. Anything longer is them just rechecking or trying to find something that isn't there and blundering after.> Kasparov spent 90! minutes finding a good response
   Apr-29-23 Ding Liren vs Nepomniachtchi, 2023 (replies)
jphamlore: <moronovich: Fabiano is definately one of the best commentators I have ever witnessed.> He's doing both live commentary and a recap every single game? I don't think we have ever had such extensive commentary by a championship-level contending player ever in human history?
   Apr-26-23 Ding Liren vs Nepomniachtchi, 2023 (replies)
jphamlore: This is what 80 years of chess theory looks like -- as opposed to Hans Berliner, Nepo played Bd7 first then Bg4, improving on Hans Berliner's Bg4 first, then Bd7. :-) Koltanowski vs H Berliner, 1945
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