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ndg2
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   ndg2 has kibitzed 690 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-12-19 Grand Prix Monaco (Women) (2019)
 
ndg2: If Goryachkina wins one more time she will take over Ju Wenjun
 
   Dec-10-19 V Gunina vs Koneru, 2019
 
ndg2: White worked really hard to lose this game. Standing better for many moves, Valentina probably wanted to avoid a draw which showed up on the horizon around move 50 at all costs only to finally give the game away at around move 65 or so.
 
   Dec-10-19 Koneru vs M Muzychuk, 2019
 
ndg2: Patient endgame treatment by Humpy. She knew she still would be much better after queens came off
 
   Dec-05-19 Carlsen vs Kramnik, 2016 (replies)
 
ndg2: This is one of the cleanest positional wins ever against any GM, but winning like this against Kramnik came quite to a shock to me. It seemed like there wasn't even any fight. The 6..Bf5 line became unplayable afterwards.
 
   Dec-01-19 Suttles vs K Commons, 1973
 
ndg2: Black isn't a piece down, he's five pawns up.
 
   Dec-01-19 A G Murphy vs C Witte, 1957 (replies)
 
ndg2: Funny, after 24.Kh1 Ne1! the white queen is lost, there's no unattacked square on the whole board in this relatively open position.
 
   Nov-30-19 Adorjan vs Suttles, 1974
 
ndg2: Black was not ok here.
 
   Nov-30-19 Suttles vs Karpov, 1972 (replies)
 
ndg2: Very clear win by Tolja against Suttles usual odd stuff.
 
   Nov-30-19 B Andonov vs Lputian, 1987 (replies)
 
ndg2: Embarrassing, if you are an IM and fall in such a trap
 
   Nov-29-19 Harry Bogdanor vs B Goulding Brown, 1914 (replies)
 
ndg2: Whoa, at first I thought the underpromotion (to a bishop no less, knight or rook is much more common) was an error in the score sheet or a joke from black until saw that queen or rook would have been stalemate. Astute reaction!
 
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