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   naamloos has kibitzed 30 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-17-07 Sicilian, Kan, 5.Nc3 (B43) (replies)
naamloos: <After 1 e4..c5 2 Nf3..e6 3 4 Nd4..Qb6 5 Nc3 black can play 5..Bc5 which is quite awkward for white. I am assuming that this line is not in the Grivas book.> White can play 6.Na4 after which play continues like 6. ..Qa5+ 7.c3 Bxd4 8.Qxd4, after which white seems to ...
   Apr-24-07 Morozevich vs J Polgar, 2005 (replies)
naamloos: <refutor> A little late, but after ... 1.Nc3 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3. d4 [white has a good change at getting a advantage.] 1. Nc3 d5 [is more testing in my opinion.] 2.e4 d4 3.Ne2 [with a closed position which isn't as bad for white as it might look] e5 4.Ng3 [White now wants to ...
   Mar-23-07 E Najer vs D Bocharov, 2000
naamloos: Well played attack by Najer. Where did black go wrong? I guess he was lost after [16. Nd5!] . [14. .. Qxe5] Is probably better then what was played and [15. .. b6] is definately a mistake.
   Dec-09-06 Boleslavsky vs Najdorf, 1953
naamloos: "Zurich International Chess Tournament 1953" by Bronstein mentions the following exchange of words after 8. Qxd8: 'Soon after the position had simplified, Najdorf, who was not at all adverse to a draw, asked his opponent: "Did you play that move for a draw?" "No." "Does that mean
   Nov-21-06 Larsen vs Saemisch, 1969 (replies)
naamloos: In 'The King' with articles written by Donner also contains one about the 'old man'. Donner does not mention Samisch' name, but it is pretty obvious that he is indeed talking about him. Donner describes how 'the old man'in a tournament Donner was participating in won the first game
   Nov-05-06 percyblakeney chessforum (replies)
naamloos: I'm playing on Gameknot, so could I be added to the Gameknot-list? I'm using the same id on that site.
   Oct-07-06 Kramnik - Topalov World Championship Match (2006) (replies)
naamloos: It seems like people will always support the winner, no matter what foul tricks they play in order to win. I find that train of thought (the winner is always right) very repulsive.
   Sep-30-06 Vienna Game (C27) (replies)
naamloos: The real problem with the Vienna (and reason for me to think about switching to another opening) is the variation: 1. e4 e5 2. Nc3 Nf6 3. Bc4 Nc6 4. d3 Na5 After this white has big difficulty proving any advantage. Theory suggest further: 5. Ne2 Nxc4 6. dxc4 Bc5 7. 0-0 ...
   May-25-06 Chessgames Bookie chessforum (replies)
naamloos: The Netherlands just tied, so I can quit Chessbookie for the rest of this leg. I'm down to -2000.
   May-17-06 M Bagdasarova vs K Rybenko, 1998 (replies)
naamloos: I saw Ng4 immediately and stopped looking as it seemed a good enough answer to me. I don't think that in a real game I would look further than Ng4 if I found it.
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