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Member since May-29-10 · Last seen Aug-16-13
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   Raspje has kibitzed 37 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-05-11 Robin van Kampen (replies)
Raspje: Interesting interview (in Dutch): . When Robin van Kampen has a question regarding the opening, he says he can always ask his vriend Anish Giri :)
   Jul-23-11 Benjamin Bok (replies)
Raspje: Bok (2507) is performing very well in Biel, by defeating GM Ivan Cheparinov (2669) with white in round 5 (4-5).
   Jul-06-11 Luuk van Kooten
Raspje: Strong FM, dynamic-positional player, and a good friend :)
   Jul-05-11 Anish Giri (replies)
Raspje: And he finished with 7,5/9, two points ahead of the rest. Great! Seems like Giri is the most promising youngster around, and his rise may be compared with the rise of Magnus Carlsen. I predict Giri will finish ahead of Le Quang Liem in Dortmund, although Le is also a very good ...
   Jul-04-11 Friso Nijboer (replies)
Raspje: Strong Dutch GM, and a great connaisseur of the Dutch :)
   May-30-11 Daniel Stellwagen (replies)
Raspje: Daniel Stellwagen is very busy studying chemistry at the moment. Still an exceptional grandmaster.
   May-30-11 Joris Brenninkmeijer
Raspje: Joris Brenninkmeier was the biggest Dutch talent after Jeroen Piket in the late 80's. He once defeated Anand, already a strong player at that moment. And it's true, Joris is a great 1.d4 player.
   May-30-11 Sipke Ernst (replies)
Raspje: Sipke is a very nice GM of my hometown, Groningen. Willing to explain everything, like after our recent game, which was a draw (finally, a draw, after so may losses!). Maybe sometimes he is a little bit too prophylactic, which is the reason, I think, why he hasn't got 2650 at the ...
   Apr-11-11 Li Chao vs Ding Liren, 2009
Raspje: A hell of a concept to sacrifice the pawn on c7 and reach a good endgame (!). The plan with ...a6 belongs to Alexander Morozevich, with the intention to put a bishop on d5. But Ding shows us you can also put a queen on d5 in this variation. Very interesting concept, very interesting ...
   Feb-03-11 Sicilian (B56)
Raspje: 5...e5 in this position is very interesting, it was analysed by GM Igor Glek in Secrets of Opening Surprises 12. The idea is to allow 6.Bb5+ because after 6...Bd7 7.Bxd7 Qxd7 8.Nde2 (8.Nf5 Nxe4 is good for black, see Glek) h6! (prevents Bg5) black kan pressurize pawn e4 with ...
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