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Member since Aug-01-13 · Last seen Nov-27-22
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   ndg2 has kibitzed 1203 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-25-22 P Lalic vs M Grigoryan, 2022 (replies)
ndg2: Meri's result was ... round :-)
   Nov-25-22 Niemann vs V S Gujrathi, 2022
ndg2: This suckerdork opening doesn't look to active for white.
   Nov-17-22 Erigaisi vs Carlsen, 2022 (replies)
ndg2: Magnus has Arjun's number
   Nov-14-22 Eline Roebers
ndg2: Will become an IM with 16. I think, a biography page would be deserved.
   Nov-14-22 E Roebers vs V Radeva, 2022
ndg2: Forceful!
   Nov-12-22 Caruana vs Lenderman, 2018
ndg2: In addition: if I see now black moving 1..e6 after 1.d4 (I play this exclusively with white), I most often answer with 2.e4 switching over to the French from the white side. I score quite well since I know most of the attack plans.
   Nov-12-22 M Lu vs L Mkrtchian, 2022 (replies)
ndg2: The cool thing about the "1812" Overture (and about using it as a pun): Tchaikovsky made great musical use of parts of the French national anthem ("La Marseillaise"). At several times, you hear the opening bars of the anthem, seemingly accompanying an attack by the French cavalry, only
   Nov-09-22 Suetin vs Bagirov, 1961
ndg2: Superb positional effort by white crowned by convincing tactical finish.
   Nov-07-22 S Rachels vs Ivkov, 1987
ndg2: 17..Bb4 is the start of a surprising chain of combos, that gives black ultimately the edge.
   Nov-06-22 Flohr vs Geller, 1949
ndg2: I wondered for a while, whether 47..♔f7 would have also won. But no: after 47..♔f7?? 48.♔xe4 a3 49.fxe5 a2, white has 50.♖f4+ ♔(any) 51. ♖f1 and black's a-pawn is stopped. So, 47..♔g7!! was really the only winning move.
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