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   ndg2 has kibitzed 856 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-26-21 Vincent Keymer (replies)
 
ndg2: 2700chess.com has a new 'Top-20 Junior' tab ( https://2700chess.com/juniors ) and Vincent is on #7 (Oct. 2021). It seems he's the best 16-year old at the moment, above Pragg.
 
   Oct-24-21 M Kappe vs Kasparov, 1977 (replies)
 
ndg2: This is tremendous game, me thinks. Whatever happened to Markus Kappe?
 
   Oct-12-21 Korchnoi vs Romanishin, 1992 (replies)
 
ndg2: Post- prime Viktor still dangerous tactically!
 
   Oct-08-21 Larsen vs D Tomic, 1970
 
ndg2: Can't understand white's last move, why not intermediately Rxg6? But anyway, black had seen enough, so...
 
   Sep-19-21 Shabalov vs Arkell, 1991 (replies)
 
ndg2: Engine doesn't like 5..♕a5+ at all, thinks immediate 5..e6 is necessary. After the game move SF 14 thinks white is already at +1.5.
 
   Aug-24-21 Nigel Davies (replies)
 
ndg2: Mit sure where '2639' as his highest rating comes from. Wikipedia reports 2530 (in 1995) as his peak.
 
   Aug-12-21 Smyslov vs K Darga, 1964
 
ndg2: The most remarkable (and maybe difficult move) for white was actually the bishop 16. Bd2 retreat with the idea e3, Bf1 with white square control, as GM Daniel King points out in this book review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kTC...
 
   Aug-09-21 M Roiz vs T Warakomski, 2005 (replies)
 
ndg2: Lol,my first thought was " white will win black's queen" (which isn't true because she's protected by the rook), but it's mate, actually.
 
   Aug-01-21 Nunn vs A Pope, 1972 (replies)
 
ndg2: All things considered the strongest UK GM was probably Nigel Short, morfishine.
 
   Jul-25-21 Dorfman vs N Brunner, 2005 (replies)
 
ndg2: I don't think it's disparaging to let the opponent show his N+B endgame technique.
 
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