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   Sep-26-22 Carlsen vs Erigaisi, 2022 (replies)
ajk68: 39. Ref7 is a strange move. Don't see any plan associated with it.
   Sep-09-22 Keene vs F J Sanz Alonso, 1975 (replies)
ajk68: At move 36 white has a dominant position! Space, bishop pair, pawn structure. If black calculated move 33, he did so quite poorly. The subsequent exchanges leave black much worse off. And by move 41, white is even more dominant. Black's pawn structure is shattered. 63...Bd5?? , Bxa4 ...
   Sep-09-22 Niemann vs So, 2022 (replies)
ajk68: <HeMateMe: did white have to swap queens?> Yes. It's pinned to the king and attacked by the bishop. White could try something like Nd2 - which is not better, and yet the queens still come off.
   Aug-01-22 Stein vs Tal, 1961 (replies)
ajk68: Some discussion above about 30. Rxc5 Computer actually recommends Nd8+. [DIAGRAM] White to move 1) +8.49 (41 ply) 30.Nd8+ Ka7 31.Rxc5 dxc5 32.Nc6+ Kb7 33.Qc3 cxd4 34.Nxd4 Rbxd5 35.Qxb2+ Kc8 36.Qc3+ Rc7 37.Qh3+ Kd8 38.Qf3 Rd6 39.Qf4 Rcd7 40.c3 f5 41.Kc2 h6 42.Qxf5 Rb7 43.Qe4 Rc7 ...
   Jul-21-22 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
ajk68: Hopefully he is setting his sights on cracking 2900. That would be much more interesting.
   Jun-14-22 Y Gruenfeld vs M Basman, 1978 (replies)
ajk68: 15. Qd2 is where white starts to go wrong. The idea was to attack the pawn h6 and take control of the square, but it is not much of a threat. White really just ends up reducing his mobility.
   May-20-22 I Nei vs Tal, 1971 (replies)
ajk68: 17. gxf3 Not sure what motivated that move? It's just weakening with no obvious advantage (to me).
   May-20-22 P Haener vs O Mihok, 2011 (replies)
ajk68: Pretty straight forward.
   May-16-22 Firouzja vs Vachier-Lagrave, 2022
ajk68: 33. e5? Before that 31. d6 surrendered any advantage.
   May-13-22 Dominguez Perez vs Aronian, 2022 (replies)
ajk68: 26. Qe6 is where white went wrong.
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