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YoungEd
Member since Jul-12-07 · Last seen Nov-25-22
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   YoungEd has kibitzed 1430 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-20-22 Detlef Tobor (replies)
 
YoungEd: This player's name spells "Robot Felted" backwards. That's gotta be important!
 
   Nov-20-22 R Cyrul vs G Keeley, 1983
 
YoungEd: White just seems to pretend that it's a Giuoco Piano (Italian), and that's good enough to vanquish Damiano's!
 
   Nov-17-22 Taubenhaus vs Janowski, 1903
 
YoungEd: Interesting game. Tabenhaus goes for R + P vs. B + N, but it doesn't pay off in the long run. He doesn't have any levers with which to take advantage of his extra pawn, and his rooks don't have much room to work other than the e-file. Once Janowski wins the h-pawn on move 60, it's ...
 
   Nov-13-22 V Danielyan vs Romik Hakobyan, 2018
 
YoungEd: 6 ...O-O is just castling into an attack! My first hunch was that Black should have guarded the f-pawn with 6 ...Rf8 instead, hoping to castle long eventually. And apparently Stockfish agrees! Who'd-a thunk it?
 
   Oct-31-22 Fischer vs F Saksena, 1955 (replies)
 
YoungEd: Stockfish shows White as having a winning advantage already by move 12, but Black's 12...Na5 makes things worse. Easy clean-up by Fischer!
 
   Oct-30-22 S Kolani-Banake vs C Ngackossi-Ngoulaka, 2018
 
YoungEd: A contender for the "most letters in the contestants' names" award!
 
   Oct-23-22 A Gupta vs R Phiri, 2017 (replies)
 
YoungEd: White must have thought that he was Stockfish 11, who adjudges 2. c4 as question-mark bad, as we know!
 
   Oct-22-22 L Havlicek vs N Zambor, 2003 (replies)
 
YoungEd: Good think Stockfish was available to comment on this hard-fought battle. I must say, though, 3.c4 does look like a clunker.
 
   Oct-22-22 Alapin vs Janowski, 1898
 
YoungEd: 10. Qe2 looks like the first big mistake here; White wants to castle long, but Qe2 would have enabled that while not losing the e-pawn. Black just seems to take over the game after 10. Nxe4.
 
   Oct-21-22 J Peters vs Seirawan, 1984
 
YoungEd: <HeMateMe>: Yes, Peters wrote the (very good) Sunday LA Times chess column for quite a few years. Bill Cornwall took over when Peters stopped, and after Cornwall retired the paper just started running a second sudoku instead. Sigh...
 
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