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joddon
Member since Jan-27-14 · Last seen Jul-18-21
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   joddon has kibitzed 290 times to chessgames   [more...]
   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 ...
 
   Apr-25-21 K Alekseenko vs Giri, 2020
 
joddon: Giri really is aewing for the world championships....his stamina is so high....its almost unbelieveable how hes getting his queen and knight from one end of the board to the other end...........the rest of positions at this level are so common that these Gms have played them over and
 
   Dec-15-20 Anand - Gelfand World Championship Match (2012)
 
joddon: World championship matches are mostly games with drawish boring endings...no tactical openings...subtle middlegames with no positional complications....both players usually use all their time and are too nervous to blunder...not good to study chess errors with these type of games!!
 
   Dec-15-20 Anand vs Gelfand, 2012 (replies)
 
joddon: No tactical or positional preparation needed here...what idiot ever thought he would win a world championship by playing his queen alone without any development from other pieces. ..lmao forever!!
 
   Dec-15-20 Anand vs Carlsen, 2013 (replies)
 
joddon: Totally rigged...too obvious ...you are a world champion and that's the last move you don't see...come on folks....get with the program......some cheating going on here.
 
   Dec-15-20 Anand vs Carlsen, 2013
 
joddon: Sorry to say, but Vishy plays like hes an alcoholic....no energy in his tactics..nor game plan ..no ending preparation....i don't think he trained one little bit for any game.....his games lack motivation at the level of world championship...he plays like a little rat. One should be ...
 
   Dec-12-20 Carlsen vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
 
joddon: Carslsems corner has signals for him on every move and every position....its like kgb and Fischer....he knew people in the crowd were helping spassky.....same thing with the audience....when Carlsen looks over he gets hints....cus of his innocent face....nobody suspects him of ...
 
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