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   trolls has kibitzed 38 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-30-06 Lputian vs Kasparov, 1976 (replies)
trolls: Ha, ha! That's funny! I get that you must mean that Black's opening play is practically a blow by blow straight out of John Watson's book on the K.I.D.? It does kind of look familiar! Should we check 14 year-old Gazz's bookshelf at this time? Alright, let's not ...
   Jan-23-06 Rozentalis vs Ivanchuk, 1986
trolls: 24...? 24...Be4! and 25...Nb4 ( ).
   Jan-23-06 Ivanchuk vs Ehlvest, 1986 (replies)
trolls: 39? Rc4!
   Jan-15-06 Kharlov vs Topalov, 2004 (replies)
trolls: Crowing over a sacrifice born of necessity? Black obviously plays a principled, practical game thru-out, helped along by White's evident time pressure, coming up with lemons like 25 Rd4? and then 33 Rg3? (33 Bh4!). 20 Nde2 was un-necessary (20 Be3!).
   Jan-09-06 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
trolls: OK, maybe I deserve that. I just thought, why be a martye, with a lifetime ban on that, since we were not only working for peanuts, but getting the shaft at the same time. It was like stepping into an old shoe at first... We'll just have to do other things, I guess. ...
   Jan-06-06 Gulko vs Kasparov, 1995 (replies)
trolls: Course 14 f3 was actually forced, due to the threat to trap the bishop after 13...h5. And actually, 14...a4 has been played, when the continuation was just 15 b4 axb3 16 Nxb3 b6 17 a4 and a5, etc. So Gazz's 14...Bf6! was remarkably crisp right at that stage. After ...
   Jan-04-06 Gulko vs Kasparov, 1990 (replies)
trolls: Gazz just never had anything going in this game. It's one of Chess' anomolies, man. Gulko just seemed to be able to make Garry look like a bum, whereas others couldn't.
   Jan-04-06 Gulko vs Kasparov, 1981 (replies)
trolls: Well, this was certainly good opening preparation by one of these players. Right offhand, I'm going to say Gulko, since Gazz looked to be positionally busted by about move 15. Course, that stuff happens in the Benoni all the time. All the variations are bad for Black, who's ...
   Jan-04-06 Karpov vs Alburt, 1980 (replies)
trolls: OK, on to Kaspo - Gulko. Let's find like the ONE game where Kaspy finally beat Gulko, who I bet still has a plus score against the Gazz-ball. ROCK the Gaaaaaz Balll!!! We're reamin' out yo'.....!
   Dec-29-05 V Kovacevic vs R Henley, 1983
trolls: I'm not sure if I'm being jerked here. I suppose if 33 Nxd3, that 33...Nh3+! would be good as a first response, but the rest would need to be worked out. More pertinently, we once again see Ron's curious evaluation of a queen sac around move 29. Can there be much
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