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onigorom
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   onigorom has kibitzed 34 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-13-20 Kasparov vs Larsen, 1982 (replies)
 
onigorom: So how do you continue after 39...Bd7? to prevent Qc6? 40. Bd5 doesn t help
 
   Oct-30-19 AlphaZero vs Stockfish, 2018 (replies)
 
onigorom: This computer stuff is hilarious. These machines understand chess 'literally', there is nothing outside of chess. In other words, they almost play like Ivanchuk.
 
   Sep-14-19 Marshall vs Tarrasch, 1905 (replies)
 
onigorom: I once played a Marshall against a Tarrasch, and it did not end well.
 
   May-20-19 Alekhine vs Starr, 1924 (replies)
 
onigorom: After Nb5 the position is slightly favourable for Black, actually, e.g. 7....Bxe3 8.fxe3 Nf6 9.Qd6 Nxe4 10.Qa3 Nc5 11.N1c3 O-O 12.Nd6 Qb4 13.Qxb4 Nxb4 14.O-O-O Nc6 15.a3 a5 Black's grave mistakes happen later in the game.
 
   May-17-19 I Sokolov vs S Bjornsson, 2004 (replies)
 
onigorom: the threat is 29. Bd4, no defense
 
   May-14-19 Topalov vs M Vachier-Lagrave, 2019 (replies)
 
onigorom: It is strange. Sometimes you come across positions that are dead lost, but it doesn't look like that on the first sight. When you start calculating you begin to understand why. But even then it still doesn't 'look' lost.
 
   May-07-19 Nunn vs S Bouaziz, 1983 (replies)
 
onigorom: What happens after, say 24...Ree8 25 Bh7+ Qh7 26 Qg5+ Kh8 27. Rh6 Bf5 I see 28.h3 Bxc2 29.Rf7
 
   Mar-12-19 M Lubbe vs L Stoeri, 2015
 
onigorom: thanks
 
   Dec-17-17 I Sokolov vs E Can, 2017 (replies)
 
onigorom: His last name is pronounced with a j like in jam, so it s more like "jawn".
 
   Nov-21-17 Aronian vs A Giri, 2017 (replies)
 
onigorom: I don't understand some of the above comments. Even if you have 24..Qd6: Guys, just look at the position. No human would pick Black here. Black has no counter play whatsoever. White has time to build the attack and even if it fails to mate, he can march his g pawn or gain some ...
 
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