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Open Defence
Member since Oct-22-03
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   Open Defence has kibitzed 21060 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-12-22 Matulovic vs Tringov, 1965
 
Open Defence: Hi <Honza Cervenka> yeah cxb3 e.p. seems to activate White's position, perhaps 17...Nf8 was safer
 
   Aug-12-22 Ivkov vs Korchnoi, 1972 (replies)
 
Open Defence: <HeMateMe: I thought white was better after 20 moves. Ivkov was slow developing his rooks.> White probably should have played Rg1 earlier before Black doubled rooks 31.Qh3 seems to be the culprit though, after that Black seems to have swung it Instead White could have ...
 
   Aug-11-22 Chennai Olympiad (2022) (replies)
 
Open Defence: A pity.. but understandable, a guardian article also cites visa issues but no further details https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2...
 
   Aug-09-22 E Torre vs O'Kelly, 1973
 
Open Defence: missed this one, went with Rxg7+
 
   Aug-05-22 Dmitry Jakovenko
 
Open Defence: <Whitehat1963> It may not be a decrease in playing strength per se but a decline due to him being interested in other things, nowadays I doubt players a singularly focused on Chess
 
   Aug-05-22 Kasparov vs V Babula Sr, 2001
 
Open Defence: Maybe 19...Qe6 instead of Nc7 but its hard to recommend walking into a self pin against Kasparov after 20.Qf1 Bf6 21.a4 White should still have a nice advantage
 
   Aug-04-22 Svidler vs Ponomariov, 2010
 
Open Defence: Svidler built up a nice position Maybe 17.g4 instead of 17.Kh2 Also 24.f3 should have kept things even After 24.Rd2?? then 24...Bxa4 25.Rxd8 Rxd8 26.bxa4 Rd2 with the double attack on both pieces After 26. bxa4 Rd2 27. Bc3 Rxe2 White is only a pawn down but in a horrible ...
 
   Aug-04-22 D Gukesh vs Naiditsch, 2022
 
Open Defence: Gukesh beating some good players lately I would have preferred h6 though with the plan of f5 later Black would respond to exf5 with Bxf5 and give White the e4 square But after Bf6 and Bxf6 I think White is much better
 
   Aug-04-22 Indjic vs Adams, 2022
 
Open Defence: Maybe 30.Ka2 instead of 30.g4 but White was already in a bad way 25.a3 was also possibly inaccurate but seeing how things went on the Q side perhaps the White king should have remained in the center and 21.Rad1 tried instead of O-O-O
 
   Aug-03-22 Harikrishna vs D Mastrovasilis, 2022 (replies)
 
Open Defence: < 0ZeR0: What a fantastic double bishop sacrifice! The second one in particular is a bolt from the blue.> 23...Na8 is odd, 23...Ne8 makes more sense especially a move earlier
 
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