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   placidbro has kibitzed 32 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-30-18 U Sadikhov vs S Brynell, 2017
placidbro: I reckon the last move must have been K-g3 as K-e4 is a draw
   Aug-13-15 M S Lupu vs Barsov, 1994
placidbro: a4 is questionable perhaps black resigns here because the queen is en pris.
   Aug-06-13 Adorjan vs Zsofia Polgar, 1995 (replies)
placidbro: I think f5 was not very good but e5 made it much worse f5 ould have been better followed up by nf8
   Apr-08-12 M Soot vs O Sepp, 2010
placidbro: 8)B-d3 Did not he see the bishop was hanging and the e pawn was not a strategic necessity. A blunder surely?
   Feb-25-10 Anastasian vs E Karavade, 2005
placidbro: I was really enjoying this game, until move 50. It had some potential to explore the idea that knights and queens are crime partners like rooks and bishops. One of the worst blunders I have seen in my life, outside of my own. Perhaps Black has drawing chances and with favorable ...
   Apr-17-09 J Thorvaldsson vs Gheorghiu, 1972 (replies)
placidbro: Move 15 The queen move is frankly bananas The scoresheet must be wrong.
   Mar-19-09 M Umansky vs The World, 2009 (replies)
placidbro: The trouble with 9 Qc2 a5 is of course M Umansky vs O Savchak, 2004 What preparation might we be walking into. One of the reasons I prefer Qa5 is that it prevents Ne5. On the whole I think it will give us more tactical scope. These small evaluations are only as good ...
   Mar-06-09 Grischuk vs Anand, 2009 (replies)
placidbro: heres a fun skit of Zorba's dance
   Mar-03-09 Grischuk vs Radjabov, 2009 (replies)
placidbro: There is a nice knight fork on e2
   Mar-02-09 Grischuk vs Ivanchuk, 2009 (replies)
placidbro: Thanks Eyal
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