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   utssb has kibitzed 295 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-11-21 A Esipenko vs R Praggnanandhaa, 2019 (replies)
utssb: 31...Rd5 has to be an improvement over 31...Bd5 - seems like Black has equalized there and might even be better. 31...Rd5 32.Qe2 e4 33.Qe4 and then 33...Bd8 or ...Rd7 would be interesting but you don't have to go crazy. You can just play 32...Qc7 (where the Queen pretty much always ...
   Feb-05-21 Palatnik vs I Stohl, 1986 (replies)
utssb: reminds me a bit of the tactic that decided Nisipeanu vs Nakamura, 2019
   Oct-24-20 Korchnoi vs Karpov, 1961
utssb: 25.Nd5 feels right
   Oct-19-20 Leonhardt vs Vidmar, 1906
utssb: Not terribly exciting or promising but 16.b4 Nb4 17.Rb1 Na6 18.Rb7 or 17...a5 18.a3 Na6 19.Rb7 is an option. After 19...Nc5 20.Rc7 Na6 21.Rc6 Nb4 22.Rc4 Nd5 23.Rb1 0-0 there's nothing to work with though so I can see why white didn't go for it.
   Oct-10-20 Norway Chess (2020) (replies)
utssb: <Jambow> showing his true colors. What a disgusting rant out of positively nowhere.
   Sep-11-20 Peter Thiel (replies)
utssb: <Knowing Thiel, the simple fact that no one else was willing to talk with them would have been enough to pique his interest> Yes - that must have been the thing that attracted him. He has a passion for talking to people who don't get talked to enough. He could express that ...
   Aug-01-20 Carlsen vs Svidler, 2020 (replies)
utssb: 11...d5 was pretty ambitious since after 11...Be7 it seems like Black is fine. 11...Be7 12. Ndb5 ab5 13. Nb5 Qb8 14. Nd6+ Bd6 15. Qd6 Qd6 16. Rd6 might be interesting. I guess 14...0-0-0 is in view of 14...Be7 15. Nf5
   Jul-29-20 Kasparov vs Gulko, 1982
utssb: 12. Bb5+ ab5 13. Ndb5 feels a lot more natural. Ends up looking a lot like a Najdorf where White has done the b5-sac'. Black can trade Queens but probably doesn't want to because of the Nc7+ threat.
   Jul-15-20 B Kharchenko vs A Ipatov, 2008
utssb: 16...e6 seems like an unforced positional error.
   Jul-03-20 Smyslov vs Denker, 1946
utssb: The final move is so aesthetic with the chain from a2 to g8.
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