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Member since Nov-19-10 · Last seen Feb-26-22
Currently 28 years old and probably at peak (started playing at the age of 22).
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   CommaVid has kibitzed 29 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-26-22 Firouzja vs Harikrishna, 2021
CommaVid: That move looks quite forced though? 18. � 0-0 seems to lose on the spot to Nxb7; 18. � Rc8 19. Nxb7 and the bishop either moves (then b5 looks like a strong continuation) or king still comes to protect. 18. � Kd7 doesn�t break the pin, so b5 can soon be a threat. Other ...
   Jan-25-22 Mamedyarov vs Duda, 2022 (replies)
CommaVid: Good question regarding 37�. Kg2. I see nothing more than 38. Rxf4 h2 39. Rd4 h1=Q 40. Rd2+ Kf1 (Kg1? 41. Kb1 followed by Rc1 looks unstoppable) 41. Rd1+ (Kb1? Ke1 seems to hold). Endgame is still in white�s favor, but I probably miss something cleaner.
   Nov-21-16 Carlsen vs Karjakin, 2016 (replies)
CommaVid: N6e5 though, I like it but perhaps it's asking a bit too much of the position.
   Nov-20-16 Karjakin vs Carlsen, 2016 (replies)
CommaVid: The 13. Nb5 line shown earlier is pretty interesting, hopefully we see it on the board.
   Nov-18-16 Karjakin vs Carlsen, 2016 (replies)
CommaVid: How did they get to a drawish position this quickly suddenly? Opposing bishops make it hard to get an edge now.
   Nov-18-16 M Hebden vs F Felecan, 1993 (replies)
CommaVid: @YetAnotherAmateur, I think the line fails at 19. ... Bxb2+, but tbh I don't think many found the real answer (18. a3).
   Aug-19-15 Schlechter vs W John, 1905 (replies)
CommaVid: This game is very well played, white manages to improve his position almost every single move.
   Aug-15-15 F Amonatov vs V K Matta, 2014 (replies)
CommaVid: @al wazir I think after 18. Ne2 Rc5+ wins rather easily, for example 19. dxc5 Rc4+ 20. Nc3 Rxc3+ 21. Kd2 Qxb2+ 22. Ke1 Rxd3+ 23. Rd2 Bxd2+ (etc.).
   Aug-12-15 S Agdestein vs Karjakin, 2014 (replies)
CommaVid: Somehow I'm still not convinced 28. Qxd3 Qh6+ 29. Qh3 Rh4 30. QxR QxQ+ 31. Kg1 is easily won for black, because the bishops have good positions and pushing the d-pawn also aims at g7. But ofc, these guys being GMs, they probably know it's hopeless anyway.
   Aug-08-15 Milov vs Karjakin, 2014 (replies)
CommaVid: This puzzle is hard, cause I went for the mate (which I did not find, after 30. Re2 I settled with Bxg3 which I'm sure is weaker than the game move) instead of the loose piece. 25.... h3 doesn't seem bad either now I think about it.
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