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plang
Member since Sep-29-05 · Last seen Nov-16-19
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   plang has kibitzed 11013 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-16-19 Jeremy Lim (replies)
 
plang: The Bears had a very ordinary offense - expecting to win multiple years with just a great defense is not realistic. The 49ers were more balanced.
 
   Nov-16-19 Kenneth S Rogoff (replies)
 
plang: Wouldn't it depend on the type of phone - there are a lot of different types.
 
   Nov-16-19 Vidmar vs Marshall, 1927
 
plang: Black's plan of 8..h6 and 9..c5 left him with a clearly inferior position with his development lagging. White's advantage started to diminish after 21 Nd4?; with either 21 Ne5 or 21 Bd3 White would have maintained a large advantage. The weakening 22 f4? was a second error; 22 Qb1 was ...
 
   Nov-14-19 Grischuk vs Dvoirys, 2002
 
plang: 11 Ndxb5!? is a tactic that has been played in several Najdorf variations but was new here. 12..Rxa2?! seems close to losing and has not been repeated; 12..Ra6 has been the most popular response since this game was played. 15..Ra5 was suggested as a tougher defense but White would ...
 
   Nov-13-19 Kasimdzhanov vs M V Golubev, 2001
 
plang: In game 1 of their first round match in the 2000 World Championship tournament in New Delhi Hernandez had played 15..Kh8 against Piket and the game had been quickly drawn; 15..Qe7 was new. 19..Qxc5 20 Qb3..cxb 21 Nxb5..Nxb5 22 Bxb5 followed by Ba3 and Rfc1 would have been strong for ...
 
   Nov-10-19 Kasimdzhanov vs M V Golubev, 2002
 
plang: This game is in the database twice.
 
   Nov-09-19 Karpov - Fischer World Championship Match (1975) (replies)
 
plang: IM's are entitled to an opinion? I never knew that.
 
   Nov-08-19 Gligoric vs Yanofsky, 1948 (replies)
 
plang: 8..Qb6 was new and appears to be the best; 8..cxd and 8..Nc6 had been played previously. 9..Qxb2 would have been the consistent follow up; instead after 9..Nc6?! Black's queenside play was quickly neutralized and he had no answer for Whites build up in the center and on the kingside.
 
   Nov-08-19 Onischuk vs D Rogozenco, 2002
 
plang: Also in 2002 in a game played in Russia Sherbakov played 9 Nf4 against Jakovenko and went on to win (game not included in this database).
 
   Nov-06-19 G M Todorovic vs J Todorovic, 2001
 
plang: In Yevseev-Alekseev St Petersburg 2002 *game not included in this database) black plated 12..Bb7 and White went on to win.
 
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