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rndapology
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   rndapology has kibitzed 144 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-23-10 Carlsen vs Galego, 2010 (replies)
 
rndapology: I can't say I understand Galego's moves here - first 16... Nb4 which nudges White's queen to where it was probably already going anyway. Then, exchanging off the light-squared bishop for some reason (gives up contesting e6). Then, finally snatching 2 pawns and completely missing ...
 
   Jan-11-07 Short vs E Hossain, 1999 (replies)
 
rndapology: Thanks for the laugh all! I was just looking up some closed sicilian games and this commentary was just hilarious: "Nosher is so called, because his name is Enamul, which is associated with teeth." and "I am not sure if you were talking to me or not. The name <clocked> was
 
   Apr-30-05 Ivanchuk vs Karpov, 1994 (replies)
 
rndapology: Qe3 was a blunder
 
   Apr-25-05 I Yaranga vs V Moret, 2002 (replies)
 
rndapology: 20. Rxd1? Why did White resign here?
 
   Apr-24-05 Garry Kasparov (replies)
 
rndapology: Hmm...those photos are interesting. In the last one you can see a dark haired man wearing a dark shirt standing next to the woman with the head covering. If you look at his reflection in the mirror it seems as if he is holding a camera at chest height that has one of those LCD ...
 
   Apr-22-05 Karpov vs Ljubojevic, 1986 (replies)
 
rndapology: I am surprised nobody has commented on this awesome game by Karpov. 11. Kf2 is a stunning move, and further play shows that Karpov saw the exchange of the queens coming well beforehand.
 
   Apr-20-05 Lautier vs Karpov, 1995 (replies)
 
rndapology: This was so planned - notice Black deliberately moved the bishop out of the way of the white queen's attack and out of the way of his own rook so that white couldn't recapture the pawn on c5 later. And, black didn't try some futile salvage operation with 17...Rc6 - 18. Bb5 Rc8 ...
 
   Apr-13-05 P Povraznik vs T Gyarmati, 1994 (replies)
 
rndapology: 24...Rxa2!!
 
   Mar-17-05 I Rogers vs Huebner, 1988 (replies)
 
rndapology: Well...black had to put something on the e-file. It's the only way to stay alive. I stopped looking after Qxc8 because I thought that the forced blockage of the e-file would make black lose a peice guaranteed.
 
   Mar-17-05 C Spencer vs J Harris, 2004
 
rndapology: Did you go to this tournament Klash?
 
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