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ndg2
Member since Aug-01-13 · Last seen Dec-08-21
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   ndg2 has kibitzed 977 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-08-21 Morovic Fernandez vs M Lodhi, 2010 (replies)
 
ndg2: I don't think, taking with the e-pawn on d5 is that good, I almost automatically take with the c-pawn.
 
   Dec-08-21 Alireza Firouzja
 
ndg2: <CountryGirl><Firouzja seems as good as Carlsen>I'm a big Firouzja fan, but honestly, if there he played a match with Carlsen right now, Firouzja would lose. He has still has a long way to go to stabilize in every phase of the game. We know he can win not just against ...
 
   Dec-07-21 K Birkedahl vs Miles, 1999
 
ndg2: Resignation is justified and not early, since the d4 pawn will soon be lost due to zugzwang. Counter play on the king side will always met with a swift b4/c3 pawn break.
 
   Dec-07-21 Nepomniachtchi vs Carlsen, 2021 (replies)
 
ndg2: Nepo's approach doesn't seem to pose a surprise for Carlsen.
 
   Dec-07-21 Euwe vs E M Holloway, 1920 (replies)
 
ndg2: Brrrr, 'Euwe' ist not 'You'! It's more like the French 'Ouvre'.
 
   Dec-06-21 Rubinstein vs E Cohn, 1907
 
ndg2: A London played in Karlsbad! "If it's good enough for Akiba, it's good enough for me!" -- Magnus Carlsen
 
   Dec-06-21 Tartakower vs NN, 1933
 
ndg2: A "copy" of Maroczy vs Vidmar, 1922
 
   Dec-06-21 G Marco vs Maroczy, 1905
 
ndg2: One of the few games Maroczy lost against Marco. Maroczy otherwise dominated Marco with 10 to 3 with 7 draws.
 
   Dec-06-21 G Marco vs Maroczy, 1903
 
ndg2: Nice interference! Black threatens 32..♕xh3+ 33.gxh ♖xh3# and white can trade the queen only for one rook, not for both because 32.♕xf3 ♖xf3 33.gxf3 ♕xh3# would still be mate.
 
   Dec-06-21 Maroczy vs G Marco, 1902
 
ndg2: Somehow Marcoczy had Marco's number. Geza almost always won in the endgame against this opponent.
 
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