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   Everett has kibitzed 10593 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-16-22 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
 
Everett: Yes yes, yet false accusations are not to be taken lightly.
 
   Sep-14-22 V Artemiev vs A Nesterov, 2022
 
Everett: <22..Qc5> was necessary to stay in the game
 
   Sep-09-22 E Can vs S Mazur, 2021 (replies)
 
Everett: Very interesting side-line to the Albin-Counter Gambit! 3�Ne7 seems no worse than the usual 3..d4. Completely different type of position though.
 
   Sep-01-22 Jobava vs Carlsen, 2019
 
Everett: Black to play 47�
 
   Aug-31-22 Carlsen vs Kramnik, 2013
 
Everett: < RookFile: This is similar to a Fischer vs. Keres ending.> <Jun-17-13 Eyal: Yeah, Fischer vs Keres, 1959 - there White had f & h pawns, and also had to make sure that Black wouldn't sac his bishop for the pawn not on the h-file, because of a "wrong color" bishop of his ...
 
   Aug-29-22 Aronian vs Carlsen, 2019
 
Everett: <11.Ba4> is better, holding on to the two bishops, for now.
 
   Aug-25-22 Carlsen vs Dominguez Perez, 2020
 
Everett: Interesting that <35.Qxg4> is possible because <35..Bxg4 36.Re8#>
 
   Aug-24-22 Karpov vs Sosonko, 1977 (replies)
 
Everett: <Howard: That above-comment seems to reflect one of Karpov's pet strengths back in the day, in that he was especially adept in spotting two-move and three-move combinations. Kramnik--among others--said that about him.> Botvinnik said the same thing about Bronstein.
 
   Aug-06-22 Carlsen vs Radjabov, 2021
 
Everett: After 23.Bc1, does White’s play remind us of anyone?
 
   Aug-04-22 D Barrish vs Smirin, 2022
 
Everett: A solid positional approach from White to start the game, yet seemed to lose the thread trying to hard to win.
 
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