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joddon
Member since Jan-27-14 · Last seen Oct-16-22
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   joddon has kibitzed 296 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-13-22 Ganguly vs Tyomkin, 2005
 
joddon: Even the Canadian open has games in which u have to prepare extremely strong for an end game winner ...Ganguly here prepares himself very well against a fairly superstrong player.....his bishops were so strong in the middle game and his rooks played an even stronger role on the board
 
   Jun-06-22 Fedorowicz vs B M Kogan, 1981 (replies)
 
joddon: Sickest game ever
 
   Jun-06-22 Fedorowicz vs Larsen, 1979
 
joddon: I think Vishy was a big Larsen fan...they both play their knights on side of boards...crazy players!!!!!!
 
   Jun-06-22 Evans vs Fedorowicz, 1978
 
joddon: Stressful fight no doubt!!!!!!!!!
 
   Jun-06-22 Fedorowicz vs Nunn, 1977 (replies)
 
joddon: The most dangerous tactical game ever ..not a world championship game but very dangerous indeed!!!!!!!!!
 
   Jun-04-22 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
 
joddon: Magnificent Carlsen is Magnified Object beyond regular insects from Magson World....he can beat any creature from any planet.....he is the king of chess in all of all Universes and galaxies combined
 
   Jul-18-21 Carlsen vs Karjakin, 2016 (replies)
 
joddon: the secret to beating HIM is giving him alot of exchanges in which he has the smallest chance of blundering....Mangus never vlunders when the position is subtle with exchanges and is open like a kite.....he need to be tied tight into a corner from the beginning and then some lucky ...
 
   Jul-18-21 Karjakin vs Carlsen, 2016
 
joddon: why is carsin the greatest of all time, cus hes the greatest defensive player who knows how to effectively play Queen positions in the end. in the opening and middle game he can delay as much time, use knight moves , go back and forth with his army moving at a slowest rate, even his ...
 
   Jul-18-21 Caruana vs Carlsen, 2018
 
joddon: Carlseeeeeeeen is very sharp eyes who sees the board very clearly....his eyes usually glued on to the board and as soon as his opponent misses a tacticality, he acts admist , pretends not to be paying attention but, like a hawk, grabs every piece, every situation becomes in and under
 
   May-01-21 Alexander Motylev (replies)
 
joddon: He should be Ian Nepopatchichi s second for Carslen tournament...he would perfect to train the senses that become dull under pressure from Carslen inauthentic uninventive incentive attacks while playing....losing time he won't have enough time on his clock to counter bad maneuvering ...
 
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