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   lamsang has kibitzed 17 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-20-17 Fedorowicz vs E Rosen, 2009 (replies)
lamsang: 12.F5 was a bad move. White move either 12.NE5 or 12.E4 will stand a better chance to win the game.
   Jan-12-17 Karpov vs Polgar, 1998 (replies)
lamsang: white should move 59h7 then check mate. White should win the game.
   Nov-24-16 Karjakin vs Carlsen, 2016 (replies)
lamsang: Karjakin missed a chance by a move 33Ba4 so to pin black R and Q.I think 33 Qc2 was not a good move.
   Nov-18-16 Karjakin vs Carlsen, 2009 (replies)
lamsang: I think Karjakin can make a better move on 21Be3. Then later Be4. It will be a even end game.
   Oct-19-16 Chessmaster vs Plymate, 1988 (replies)
lamsang: I think white should move 44Qa5. If black 44...Re3, then 45Pc7. White will be in attacking position.
   Oct-16-16 Chessmaster vs T Purnama, 2005
lamsang: Black should move 19..Qb2 instead of Nc4. Black hold an upper hand in exchange.
   Oct-13-16 H Odeev vs So, 2010
lamsang: I think 28.Rg1 will get out of the threats.
   Oct-12-16 Caruana vs Nakamura, 2016
lamsang: It is better for Naka to move 20Nf7 so to gain a R for the N.
   Sep-13-16 So vs G Meier, 2010
lamsang: 42....Bg4 should be a better move and gain two pieces by giving one piece, the game will be ended earlier.
   Sep-08-16 So vs V Pechenkin, 2014 (replies)
lamsang: I don't understand why white not continue with 31e6 and gain a bishop? White will be in upper hand after exchange the knight with another bishop by taking the RP.
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