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   utssb has kibitzed 280 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-20-19 Wei Yi vs Karjakin, 2019
utssb: So I guess 5...d5 6. Nd5 Nd5 7. ed5 Nb4 8. Qe4+ Qe7 9. Bd3 Nd3+ 10. cd3 Bf5 is the line to know as Black. 9...d5 could equalize maybe but it's more complicated after 10. a3. <An Englishman> <15...Nxc3> Yeah exactly and then after 16. Kc3 there's the nice ...Bg4 with the ...
   Nov-27-19 Aronian vs Carlsen, 2019 (replies)
utssb: Boy did that feel like a Fischer game.
   Nov-20-19 Tal vs Polugaevsky, 1980
utssb: This all seems so familiar; feel like I've seen it in a book. I wanted 18.Bb5+ ab5 19.Nb5 Qa5+ 20.c3 but then ...Nc6 covers d8 and threatens the queen. So that's just an awkward, painful endgame after 21.Qc4 Qb6 22.Na7 Qe3+. Strangely 18.Rf5 seems to be the most sound move due to the ...
   Nov-13-19 Aronian vs Carlsen, 2019
utssb: 19. Rc4 is a nice resource.
   Nov-10-19 J K Duda vs Yu Yangyi, 2019 (replies)
utssb: Screw all the complications that come with ...c5, 9...f5 straight away is a lot more attractive.
   Oct-31-19 Stockfish vs AlphaZero, 2018
utssb: Interesting game... a lot of it looks forced after 12. d5. Would love to know if anyone sees improvements for Black... maybe 14...Bc3 was unnecessary.
   Oct-20-19 A Esipenko vs G Jones, 2019 (replies)
utssb: 11...b5 just drops a pawn, there's nothing wrong with 11...Nd7.
   Oct-19-19 V Kovalev vs Nakamura, 2019 (replies)
utssb: 14...g5 is the first new move in my database. Why not 15. Bd4 to hold onto the e-pawn? My engine doesn't see any issues at all for White after Bd4, ...g4 isn't a scary threat. You can always just play hg4 and Nh2 if Black wants to push the g-pawn. Hard to see the justification for ...
   Oct-16-19 Carlsen vs Ganguly, 2019
utssb: Some of the post-mortem:
   Oct-12-19 A Volokitin vs I Bulmaga, 2019
utssb: Extremely thematic bishops of opposite color.
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