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Member since Apr-09-08 · Last seen Jul-24-23
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   freeman8201 has kibitzed 240 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-09-23 J M Lopez Martinez vs Adrian Jimenez Ruano, 2020
freeman8201: Dropped a queen, eh?
   May-06-23 Ganguly vs Sadvakasov, 2010 (replies)
freeman8201: has to be an error.
   Jun-25-22 Caruana vs Radjabov, 2022 (replies)
freeman8201: O'Kelly coming back! lol
   Jul-30-21 Karjakin vs Shankland, 2021 (replies)
freeman8201: In these rapid games something unorthodox should be played such as the Sicilian Nimzo variation or the gawpa variation. Don't have to be so formal....
   Apr-05-21 Caruana vs J van Foreest, 2021
freeman8201: So when has the symmetrical Tarrasch ever been in vogue? I equate Caruana as e4 player and I know he has played 1. d4 and King's Indian attack before but I have to say this game is stale! And white had no opening advantage throughout the game. Look at the French bishop on move 9
   May-11-20 Smyslov vs Sveshnikov, 1992
freeman8201: I really like this endgame. I like how the White King just marches up the board like a warrior and the Knight head-fake feign maneuver 46-47! Moves 49&50 are with tempo!
   May-10-20 Radjabov vs D Anton Guijarro, 2020
freeman8201: wow! This David Guijarro knows how to defend on the Black side of an Italian game against former candidate Radjabov: 3 wins 3 draws to David as Black. I understand it's Blitz.
   May-07-20 Dutch, Staunton Gambit (A82)
freeman8201: hey anyone else picking this ancient gambit line since the leela and stockfish game? I am more familiar with the 2. Nc3, 3. Bg5 set up. Got to study up this line.
   Apr-07-20 J Zhou vs Potkin, 2005 (replies)
freeman8201: What!?!?!?! And White is winning? I beg to differ... lol
   Apr-04-20 Karpov vs A Sokolov, 1987 (replies)
freeman8201: I myself as White have always avoided the QID and opt for Nimzo as I can play against it. Quite interesting to study Karpov's positions in these endgames; the bishops maneuvering 31-43.
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