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   dejavu has kibitzed 102 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-28-16 Carlsen vs Karjakin, 2016 (replies)
dejavu: SK adopted strategy of playing only "logical moves" and shun venturesome maneuvers may have served him solidly early on in the match culminating in his win in the 8th game. But now that MC tied the match, SK strategy appeared to be at slight disadvantage as his opponent can dare ...
   Oct-26-16 R Nezhmetdinov vs Korchnoi, 1959 (replies)
dejavu: Korchnoi was great with the French defense and he was also one of the most dynamic defenders, a fact that unfailingly thwart swashbuckling attackers such as Nez & Tal with whom he has a good score. Leave alone the fact that should things move into endgame with his material advantage ...
   Mar-21-16 Anand vs Aronian, 2016 (replies)
dejavu: from now onward It looks like Karjakin has the more favorable path to victory here: as he has two games with the downtrodden helpless hapless couple (Topa & Naka); two games with the drawish couple (Giri, Anand); and two games with relatively more aggressive players with whom he is ...
   Apr-14-15 Kasparov vs Tal, 1978 (replies)
dejavu: Tal vs Kasparov, 1992
   Apr-22-13 Smyslov vs Tal, 1964 (replies)
dejavu: Always thought the king of tactics had equal competition in Nezhmetdinov, Alkhine or even Bronstein/Kasparov but what was interesting to me is his endgame prowess in action. Another great effort is Fischer vs Tal, 1959
   Dec-02-12 McShane vs Carlsen, 2012 (replies)
dejavu: Carlsen Grind is machine-like and hence imperceptible and seemingly innocuous and his opponents usually don't know what hit them when it is too late. He does not rush an attack or miss a sequence which is agonizing and bores his opponents to death or mate.
   Nov-30-12 London Chess Classic (2012) (replies)
dejavu: who's coming from last year stronger? and who's in form at the moment? and should we say who's gonna be lucky this time?
   Oct-09-12 Carlsen vs Caruana, 2012 (replies)
dejavu: For MC every single move is a game in itself. He is not an enforcer like Kasparov, but his opponents imperceptibly feel the force of his play and that's why they get in time trouble and then commit errors. in this game b6 was FC Achilles heel and MC smartly used his centralized king ...
   Dec-12-11 London Chess Classic (2011) (replies)
dejavu: Anand---invariably lives in Drawville Aronian---just happy with not losing--may soon join Anand in Drawville Kramnik---left Drawland to revive his game Carlsen---needs overhaul of his black pieces Adams---needs to hang'em gloves Short---didn't come short in the end;but ...
   Dec-12-11 Blackburne vs Burn, 1870 (replies)
dejavu: black day for Blackburne who got burned by Burn with black
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