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Granny O Doul
Member since Jul-17-06 · Last seen Oct-22-21
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   Granny O Doul has kibitzed 1627 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-18-21 Shirov vs Azmaiparashvili, 2003
Granny O Doul: Too aggressive, or, if you prefer, insufficiently pusillanimous.
   Oct-18-21 J L Watson vs S Cronick, 1966 (replies)
Granny O Doul: Cronick pain.
   Oct-15-21 Miles vs R Byrne, 1986
Granny O Doul: @sudoplatov: And I agree. But what's the point of posting a long analysis where Black immediately surrenders his queen?
   Oct-15-21 B Zuckerman vs A Rankis, 1961 (replies)
Granny O Doul: @Zugwangovich: Your two comments go from Black is losing to White is losing, but after 34...Qc4 35. Bxc4 bc, White plays 36. Rxg7 threatening mate and also Rd7+ winning lots of material. Black stays alive by attacking White's bishop, starting with 36...Rd5.
   Oct-11-21 T Abrahamyan vs A Zatonskih, 2008 (replies)
Granny O Doul: Black's "problem child" QB had a brilliant career, highlighted by its fabulous journey to the g8 square.
   Oct-11-21 Naroditsky vs Lenderman, 2021 (replies)
Granny O Doul: Fascinatingly endless.
   Oct-10-21 Shankland vs Dominguez Perez, 2021 (replies)
Granny O Doul: The knight can't dance at two weddings, as the FM Asa Hoffmann is wont to observe.
   Oct-10-21 Gufeld vs Petrosian, 1969
Granny O Doul: "World Champion" is a title of respect often accorded to exes, though I don't know I'd expect the same enhanced effort from the hockey players.
   Oct-04-21 Evans vs H Opsahl, 1950 (replies)
Granny O Doul: The site says "this variation (1.d4 d5 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.cxd5 exd5 5.Bg5 c6 6.e3 ) became popular during the strong tournament which was held in Carlsbad in 1929". I gave up after not finding a single example among the first 100 games of the tourney, but ...
   Oct-04-21 Benko vs Fischer, 1962 (replies)
Granny O Doul: @beatgiant: The time control at Curacao was the then-standard 40 moves in 2.5 hours. White's 41st was the first move that could potentially be sealed.
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