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   verizondsl has kibitzed 33 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-27-22 Harikrishna vs N Wajih, 2001 (replies)
verizondsl: On the final position, after let's say 48...Qa4 white will just slowly maneuver his knight to d2 and be a piece up. I haven't checked with the engine yet but I think there is a big chance that I am correct.
   Oct-11-21 G Szuveges vs A Kulashko, 1999 (replies)
verizondsl: Could white survive if instead of 14th move Rae1 Rab1 protecting Bb2. I feel Qc2 is overloaded defending both Bd3 and Bb2.
   Dec-31-15 E Senador vs D Sermek, 2008
verizondsl: White's hyper aggressive play gets punished. White's 18. Bd4 is far too optimistic
   Dec-31-15 E Senador vs H Nouri, 2007 (replies)
verizondsl: White has a dominating position until the horrible blunder on move 63.
   Apr-04-15 Dzindzichashvili vs W G Duley, 1993
verizondsl: Look at black's final position. Black's bishops are out of play and it almost seems like he is actually playing 2 pieces down!
   Apr-04-15 H Wang vs Caruana, 2008 (replies)
verizondsl: Caruana could have played better on his 15th move with 15...Qg2 then after 16.Ke2 only then Bb4 if white captures on g7 then Bxc3 17.bxc3 Qxe4+ 18.Kd2 Rg8 with a better position.
   Dec-24-14 Rublevsky vs A Huzman, 1996
verizondsl: Why didn't black capture the white rook on a1 on his 17th move and capture the free Bb2? Is it because instead of 14.Re1 it was 14.Rb1? Can someone shed a light on this please!?
   May-05-14 H Wang vs Karjakin, 2013
verizondsl: Wang Hao's 48.f5?! I think is the mistake since the capture is not forced it only weakens the pawns on e5 and g5.
   Apr-19-14 M Gurevich vs Anand, 1991
verizondsl: Anand's 45th move is not an obvious blunder that leads to zwugzwang after white plans to plan a knight on e5 which forcing black to swap it with his bishop and drifts to a hopeless pawn ending.
   Jan-12-14 Grischuk vs V Gashimov, 2010 (replies)
verizondsl: 22..c3 23.Nd4 f5 24.Bf1 Nd2 25.Bd3 c2 26.Nxc2 Nf3+ 27.Kf1 Nxe1 28.Kxe1 Re5 29.Bc4+ Kf8 30.Kd2 Rc5 31.Kd3 Bf6 32.Nd4 Ke8 33.Nb3 Rc6 34.Na5 Rc5 35.Nb3 Rc6 36.f3 h5 37.Na5 Rc5 38.Nb3 Rc6 39.f4 h4 40.gxh4 Bxh4 41.Na5 Rc5 42.Nb3 Rc6 43.Bb5 Rxc7 44.dxc7 Bxb5+ 45.Kd4 Kd7 0-1
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