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   ArtNJ has kibitzed 22 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Mar-10-05 Topalov vs Kasparov, 2005 (replies)
ArtNJ: Ulhumbrus: Thank you sir, I see it now.
   Mar-09-05 Kasimdzhanov vs Leko, 2005 (replies)
ArtNJ: JohnBoy: Allowing your opponent isolated doubled pawns which are not passed and not readily tradeable is no big thing. That often isn't terribly meaningful. Leko was perfectly happy to sac that pawn to activate his pieces. In order to hold the extra pawn, white must push it, giving ...
   Mar-08-05 Adams vs Kasparov, 2005 (replies)
ArtNJ: I didn't really understand white's 20th blocked the g-file and accomplished nothing (that I could see) for white. Do we have any in depth analysis or H6 or Bh6?
   Mar-04-05 Kasimdzhanov vs Kasparov, 2005 (replies)
ArtNJ: His prep must have considered ND5. Assuming he recalls the analysis, he is probably just double checking, verifying and making sure nothing was missed. Most likely he did not consider the probable continuation.
   Feb-24-05 Linares (2005) (replies)
ArtNJ: As has previously been mentioned, Kasparov's 37-38 seem incomprehensible. Trading a good knight for a really bad bishop (instead of 37 ... kg3). And more importantly, RD5 forces the knight to move or b6, and either way white starts clearing the queen side pawns. Rh1 instead traded a ...
   Jan-17-05 Anand vs Leitao, 2004 (replies)
ArtNJ: Why is G3 so often played in the mainline caro? In some circumstances it restrains, NF4, but that is generally not at issue when its played. Is it just a semi-useful waiting move?
   Dec-23-04 J Polgar vs Anand, 2003 (replies)
ArtNJ: The sac offered on move 17 is far beyond the ability of my Pocket Fritz to pierce. Only after playing out the most likely moves AND letting it think for a while does it recognize the compensation. There is no clear win within its horizon, even after playing out the most likely moves. ...
   Dec-20-04 Nimzo-Indian (E20) (replies)
ArtNJ: Hi folks. Can you help me out? I'm playing black and got stumped by this move order. 1. d4 nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Bg5. I don't want to transpose to the Bogo-Indian, the QGD, and the transposition to Nimzo can't be forced. B6 probably leads to a QID I suppose, but this isn't clear to me. ...
   Dec-17-04 Reti Opening (A09) (replies)
ArtNJ: AgentRegent, nice game. Suggest reviewing 13. e3!, which I think is even stronger then your sequence.
   Dec-14-04 Karjakin vs Nakamura, 2004 (replies)
ArtNJ: why not 16. ... rxa2?
   Dec-08-04 Sicilian, Najdorf (B90) (replies)
   Nov-30-04 Wojtkiewicz vs Kamsky, 2004 (replies)
   Nov-24-04 Russian Championship Superfinal (2004) (replies)
   Nov-23-04 Ruy Lopez, Open, Howell Attack (C81) (replies)
   Nov-22-04 Anand vs Polugaevsky, 1993 (replies)
   Nov-01-04 Maroczy vs Steinitz, 1898 (replies)
   Nov-01-04 D E Vigorito vs P A Fontaine, 2004 (replies)
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