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Member since Jan-06-07 · Last seen Jan-22-21
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   sakredkow has kibitzed 390 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-16-20 Korchnoi vs Short, 1989
sakredkow: 27. Ne3 appears better than 27. Bf4, BUT then 27...Rxg2+ 28. Kxg2 Be2 29. f4 Nf3 30. Rd6 Nxe4 and that c6 rook is uptight.
   Dec-16-20 F Rhine vs NN, 2020
sakredkow: I like 8...bxc6 9. Qd2 Bh6!? 10. Qxh6 Qxb2. Maybe, maybe not the best but in any case I think club players should throw caution to the wind and play the Rauzer with 6...Qb6. Thank you for coming to my Ted talk.
   Nov-26-20 J Rowson vs E Moser, 2004
sakredkow: Balestra mate, many sources online. This one:
   Nov-26-20 Kasparov vs Ulf Andersson, 1981 (replies)
sakredkow: <Once: Kasparov does that Kasparov thing again. He is first to castle, first to park a rook on an important file and first to connect his rooks by getting his minor pieces and queen off the back rank. Playing through a lot of his games, it's astonishing how often he is the ...
   Nov-24-20 Ding Liren vs Aronian, 2017 (replies)
sakredkow: Worth playing over again. Ding is down a pawn at various stages in the game, and SF10 never really likes his game. Still you just get the feeling that Ding is sure of himself here, he's comfortable with the game and sure of his draw. Maybe it's not true but that's how I'll ...
   Nov-10-20 Kasparov vs Petrosian, 1982 (replies)
sakredkow: <Petrosian goes down without ever getting his Queen's Bishop off c8. Probably has to be highly unusual for him.> FWIW in addition to the c8 B, black's QRook and four pawns never move from their initial squares. In contrast all of white's pieces have been mobile and only two ...
   Oct-28-20 W So vs L Dominguez, 2020 (replies)
sakredkow: 24. Rdf1! Beauteous. All those nasty white pieces coming in to shred black's kingside.
   Sep-22-20 Paulsen vs Anderssen, 1876
sakredkow: White's queen seems to pointlessly triangulate with 23. Qc3 and 24. Qd3. Is that so he can play 25. c4? and allow black 25...d4! Didn't he read he should keep that criminal under lock and key!?
   Sep-02-20 Shirov vs Y Boidman, 2013
sakredkow: Apparently time for my annual peek at this game. Aboid 9...Bf5.
   Aug-27-20 Baraka Shabazz
sakredkow: <She played in the 1981 U.S. Women's Championship, but finished 9th.> I don't mean to nitpick but...You don't have to say "but finished 9th." You can just say "finishing 9th." Her standing doesn't diminish the achievement of her participation.
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