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   cloybloy has kibitzed 54 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-16-13 Lagno vs T Batchimeg, 2013
cloybloy: The name of this opening variation should be English Opening: Agincourt Defense: Free Bishop Declined
   Dec-01-09 Wesley So (replies)
cloybloy: Wesley is showing his maturity in this tournament. His games show that he could play positionally and take advantage of minute advantages. I just hope that he could carry it on to the rapid and blitz. His games also are reflective of his hard pre-fight preparations by reviewing ...
   Nov-30-09 World Cup (2009) (replies)
cloybloy: A fighting draw between So and Malakhov. It's going to be a long night for both players as they would definitely be toiling on the planning table.
   Nov-29-09 So vs Kamsky, 2009 (replies)
cloybloy: I think this is the first time he has played the English in an important game. Precisely. He was trying an English when Kamsky employed a Dutch. Still, Wes was able to take it calmly.
   Nov-27-09 Kamsky vs So, 2009 (replies)
cloybloy: zanshin: <chessguru1: juccal: Congrats to So fans, i remember another philipinean child prodigy from the 90's it´s name was Mark Paragua, what happened to him? Yeah, what happened to paragua? > <chessguru1: juccal:> Paragua is still around and active in chess in both ...
   Nov-25-09 So vs Ivanchuk, 2009 (replies)
cloybloy: Right strategy for Wesley So. Nothing fancy and just enough to secure the half point. Kudos to Wesley!
   Nov-24-09 Ivanchuk vs So, 2009 (replies)
cloybloy: Ivanchuk should have opted for a draw.
   Nov-08-09 P Li Ying vs D Laylo, 2006 (replies)
cloybloy: Tremendous attack by Laylo
   Jan-27-09 A Bitalzadeh vs So, 2009 (replies)
cloybloy: Why not 20. Nxg7?
   Jul-14-08 Geller vs G Garcia, 1978 (replies)
cloybloy: I couldn't believe that a GM in the caliber of Mr. E. Geller would fall into this trap.
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