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Member since Aug-24-12 · Last seen Jan-27-23
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   HaydenB has kibitzed 70 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-30-22 World Blitz Championship (2022) (replies)
HaydenB: I don't see Wesley So, Alireza Firouzja, Karjakin, Aronian. Anyone know why they're not playing?
   Dec-16-22 I Snape vs N Pert, 2012 (replies)
HaydenB: The correct answer is Rc3 Another chessgames puzzle "cooked" by Stockfish
   Aug-23-22 Korchnoi vs L Christiansen, 1993
HaydenB: 38. h4...was the game losing blunder by Korchnoi. Wins the knight goes up a rook but the fatally weak g3 square allows black to win the g3 pawn with check win back the rook but is left with a lost endgame.
   Aug-10-22 C Yip vs P Paredes Bustamante, 2022 (replies)
HaydenB: Wow a humiliating loss by an IM to a Candidate Master. Whites entire opening strategy failed. Very quickly 2 pawns down with no compensation. And very soon after that Black secures 5 connected passed pawns and Stockfish says it's -6
   Jun-26-22 Nakamura vs Caruana, 2022 (replies)
HaydenB: Right. Back. In it. Huge win for Nakamura. Masterful use of his King.
   May-21-22 Morozevich vs Movsesian, 2008
HaydenB: The position looked very safe and secure for Black. I wouldn't have thought anything was amiss here. But seeing how this is a puzzle with White to Play and Win I started examining the position. After a few seconds all I could say was, well one of those Knights has to go to f5. The ...
   Mar-12-22 Sevian vs Robson, 2022 (replies)
HaydenB: Wow incredible blunder by Robson allowing a mate on and open board. I would have resigned long before reaching that humiliating position; maybe when I lost the piece.
   Mar-12-22 Xiong vs I Nyzhnyk, 2022 (replies)
HaydenB: I like Jeffery Xiong, he seems like a pretty cool kid; humble and introspective in interviews. But here it appears 19. f4 was the strategically losing move allowing black to break up the kingside and create 2 connected passed pawns. The rest was just Grandmaster technique. I stopped
   Mar-12-22 C Repka vs C Ali Marandi, 2022
HaydenB: Wow what a blistering attack. Black must've been wearing a "come at me bro" tee shirt. White was nonstop, pausing only to finish development. The deflection sacrifice winning the queen was a gratifying conclusion.
   Jan-31-22 Anand vs Plaskett, 1988
HaydenB: This game was played when Anand was still only taking a few seconds per move; using only 10-15 minutes for the entire game!
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