Guardian News: Magnus missed the win today
So many errors! Black could have won.
GM Alex Yermolinsky (Uncle Yermo) brings you the post-game analysis!
Tonight I will try level 10 again.
Went back and changed a move in game 22 to get a winning advantage. In the end, black was reduced to a King. I love to take all the pieces.
Caruana played R d1 to prepare for Nc4. Game ended in draw. Caruana is not risking enough to win.
Looks like this will be a drawn game and match.
An interesting game, when Magnus Carlsen was only 13 years old.
Traded rooks and used split pawns to win the end game with a King attack. Stockfish can't count.
Magnus tries for a win with black but result is another draw. A good game.
Played against the Sicilian Defense: Kan, Knight Variation, Wing Attack, 6.Bd3 Qb6 7.Nb3
Keys to winning this game: exchange dark square bishops (can never win endgame if black has B-pair), 18. Be7, using knights and pawns to close the game restricting black to 1/3 of board, opening up black's defense with triple threat on black knight with 52. Qc1 forcing black to give up exchange on 52. ... Rb6, capturing passed pawn on 65 Qb4, getting a protected knight entrenched on 67. Nf6, so it was a forced mate at the end, white winning! When you replay it, it looks easy, but it was difficult to figure out how to open up the Q side. Playing a high level Stockfish is very educational.
Revisted the French Defense to get a win for white. 12. c3 was needed to hold on to the center pawn. 23. fc3 takes with the pawn because all you need is 2 pawn on the king side when black has a double pawn. 2 can stop 3. Also I wanted to avoid R getting pinned. 30. ed4 and the K's pawn moves all the way to the Q side! 35. g4, always advance your pawns as far as you can in the end game. 46. Kb4 and the passed pawn is ready to push. 52. Kd5, now head for the king side to take all black's remaining pawns and win convincingly! Easy peasy. Don't take Stockfish's advice in the end game. It will more often than not give away your pawns and then you can only get a draw. You can consider it's recommendation but think for yourself!
Played several variations of this, all ending in a draw. White basically has a weak opening and so needs to exchange everything to get a draw. Magnus needs to come up with a much stronger opening next time.
I pushed all the pawns to open up the board. King's Indian game. Got bishop ahead and used King, Bishop, and Rook against a Rook to push a pawn to victory. Black's strategy was to collect pawns and had a massive pawn advantage, but they all fell in the end. Stockfish made a mistake in end game here as alternative endings lead to a draw.
An interesting game. 6. d5 is important to grab a lot of space. 8, Bg5 is a cute maneuver to tempt black to open up K-side pawns, never mind eventual capture of B on g3. Always take with h pawn. 36 ... Rf8 not clever considering good position of other white rook to take pawns. Major flaw for black is his K way of on the side, away from the pawn action! So eventually white promotes.
Black wins, but not so easily. There were 170 moves to checkmate. Magnus' offer of a draw was thus justified. Even though slightly ahead, Magnus had no clear path to winning. I took some of Stockfish suggestions for black, but if I took all as it would have been a draw.
Stockfish always draws when playing itself in a near even position, less than a 1.5 point advantage. If the advantage is pure material, with a 3 point advantage, such as queen vs 2 bishops, Stockfish may still draw playing itself. Most people rate a N and B as both 3. But if you have a bishop pair, that pair is probably worth 7.5, just a little less than a queen, 9. In the end game it is nearly impossible to win instead of draw if your opponent has a B-pair. By the same token, a N pair is probably worth 6.5 as they can protect each other, while a B and N is worth 6.
In this WCC game 12, Fabiano was running out of time, only 8 minutes for 9 moves, and Magnus was clearly thinking on both players time. Magnus is a much faster thinker and is confident of winning the tie break. Perhaps Magnus did not want to see Fabiano blunder because of time. Magnus is a nice guy and they are not enemies. Some people are rooting for Fabiano because he is an American. I have no such bias. I do not consider country of origin, only playing ability and courteous behavior .
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Arriving at same pieces left over now as my game 35 above. 4:58pm EST 11-27-18
Now it looks drawn. Ethereal did not know how to win the ending. 5:15 pm
Buth stockfish trying for a win. But can it take three connected pawns with a rook?
Still a draw. 5:24 pm. Draw by repetition called 5:26 pm.
One, Two, Three...Magnus is still the champ!
So drawing the twelves games was a rational choice, as Magnus knew he could easily win the rapids. Better not to risk too much, and you do need to take risks to win at chess when your opponent is very good. Winning is everything after all if you are world champion. You do not really want to risk your title just to please the critics.
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Hey! This stuff is not easy. But it is a lot of fun. Started with Queen Pawn Mason Attack but that was just the beginning.
In this end game the knight proved superior to the bishop. I used a straightforward strategy here of putting all my pawns on a dark squares and using the K and N to destroy all the black pawns. A beautiful ending!
A very interesting game. Old Indian Defense. Don't trade automatically if you want to win! After winning the pawn on 41. Qxc5, white just wants to trade queens. As much fun as recent GM games.
Kasparov resigned after 46. a6
I let Chess.com 10 finish the game to see if Gary really would have lost. He would have. Was a lost games several moves earlier. Gary was too passive in this game and kept repositioning his knights. Once white got into the backfield, it was all over.
Analysis said I made 2 inaccuracies and 1 blunder! But I easily won. Very easy game in fact. Computer says it made no mistakes, but then why did it lose? I would say losing a pawn is a mistake. Stockfish does not care enough about its pawns. So go after them! I think 28. .. c5, pushing its pawn 2 spaces only to trade it was a mistake for black. It should have kept more pawns on the dark squares as it had a dark square bishop. White then ate the pawns on the light squares with its light square bishop.
Kasparov resigned after 19 moves. This shows the continuation to checkmate with Stockfish 9 playing both sides. Obviously Gary was trying to be too fancy here.
INACCURACY (+1.70) A better move was 7... Bd6
11. Bf4 b5
INACCURACY (+2.24) A better move was 11... Nh7
So Kasparov should have won if he had played a little bit more accurately. Players have obviously improved since 1997 due to practice with computer chess engines.
If you take the program suggestions, you can only draw as it only shows you good moves, not the winning ones.
Black trades Queen for 2 Rooks. White trades Queen for Rook, but ends up with 2 Queens to checkmate. Interesting game.
Gruenfeld Defense: Russian, Smyslov, Main Line, 9...Nb6 10.Rd1 Nc6 11.d5 Ne5
1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 d5 4.Nf3 Bg7 5.Qb3 dxc4 6.Qxc4 O-O 7.e4 Bg4 8.Be3 Nfd7 9.Qb3 Nb6 10.Rd1 Nc6 11.d5 Ne5
White wins 47%, Black 22.9%
This is a pretty easy opening to play. A lot of flexibility. Following the AlphaZero idea of pushing pawns and sacrificing a night to push pawns forward.
52. Alt Ending game 51
Preemptive B g6 causes black to advance pawns weakening king side and launching futile attack with Q that backfires, losing pawns.
An interesting opening. The queen comes out.
English Opening: King's English Variation.
English Opening Symmetrical Variation
Automatically simplifying can lose you the game. Complex queen trade here.
King's Indian Defense: Petrosian Variation
Old Indian Defense
Indian Game: East Indian, Przepiorka Variation, 3...Bg7 4.Bg2 O-O 5.b3 d6 6.Bb2
King's Indian Defense
1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6
Tarrasch Defense: Symmetrical Variation
1.d4 d5 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 c5 4.e3 Nf6 5.Nf3 Nc6
Black's attack failed, then just trading off pieces.
Queen's Pawn Opening: Horwitz Defense, 1.d4 e6 2.Bf4
Won the ending with equal pieces. A simple stratagem that Stockfish could not fathom.
Stockfish gives up rook exchange for protected passed pawn but then trades off its bishop and gets lost game. You can't defend against rook with just a knight!
16. f4 and 17. f5 were key moves to pursue the advantage
When Black loses the analysis always finds lots of errors.
Benko Gambit Declined
Queens'Pawn Opening: English Defense 3. e4 Bb7 4. Bd3
Video: Nice lc0 vs Stockfish game
This looks like fun: Simulation: Alexandra Botez
Black started losing when it gave up its white bishop, having previously traded off its queen. If you trade off your queen, you need to keep both bishops.
This game the computer lost because it gave up the knights protecting the King side and the other knight was not protecting either. An unforced error. Really kind of beginner's error.
In this game Black was too aggressive and traded off pieces but also gave up pawns doing so, ending up two pawns down in the end game.
Made a successful kingside sacrifice attack. You really need to keep enough pieces there to ward this kind of attack off! The Bobby Fischer simulator is the most interesting one on Chess DB. Worth playing for its educational benefit.
Black bishop should not have attacked the rook.
(The Chess DB database messed up and lost my game.)
An interesting game in which white has only pawns at the end against a bishop but wins.
Yay! (Playing black here.)
This was revenge match after a computer lockup in which lichess declared I had resigned! So I replayed this Reversed Sicilian for a solid victory!
Supposedly rated at 2900 but easier to beat than the lichess program rated at 2600. Useful for studying this opening, the Benko Gambit.
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A very artistic checkmate.
11. ne5 is what lichess SF10 said was stronger. Played it against the lichess analyzer and still won. Interesting that another analysis of this game finds lots of fault with SF10's previous recommendations on the prior analysis. It is never happy with a loss of course.
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This more aggressive opening is good to avoid a draw. Finger slipped with a m1#, Rats! so I had to do checkmate a longer way. Lucky no stalemate.
It played same defense as game 95 but with a variation that still lost handily.
Analysis of this c4 opening finds no errors on either side.
Not as easy but it won.
Using lichess analyzer suggestions resulted in a draw. Now I will go back and play it myself to see if I can win. lichess says neither side made any mistakes.
Showing that you should never give up your c4 pawn for no reason. Accumulate a pair of pawns for the end game.
Venturing your queen out too early can be deadly.
This is the variation I really wanted to win!
No errors for white, lots for black, but it always finds errors when it loses.
Now the score with lichess is 13-7-9 so I have won almost twice as often as losing to SF8.
Notice that this game is harder to win because i am basically playing against SF10, and I had to figure out how to avoid the draw by myself.
Analysis of this variation has lichess complaining that another move 17 was inferior, but playing that out leads to a draw by repetition, so any change is more or less a new pretty even game. Can't iterate a game to death. Just have to play a new game. Take it for what it is.
If you keep hitting the spacebar, the lichess analyzer shows how this game could have been a draw. But start at move 15 and can win for Ray. I admire those who can play good chess in real time, with real people.
Won in 140 moves. Using the spacebar on move 16 gives a win in 131 moves, so not much difference. My game is more interesting I think. Says I made one mistake on move 40. Taking SF10 alternative produces a win in 111 moves.
So yeah! Once again, hitting space bar after move 14 shows a won game for white. Games are won often by move 14 or 15, even before any errors are detected by the engines.
Used lichess analysis (SF10 ) this game after it was clearly a draw to turn it into a win for white.
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Catalan Opening: Open Defense, Classical Line, 6.O-O O-O
1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.g3 d5 4.Bg2 dxc4 5.Nf3 Be7 6.O-O O-O
English Opening: King's English Variation
Black can respond to the English Opening (1.c4) by placing a pawn on the strong central square e5.
This gives Black a good central presence and prepares to develop the Bf8.
Pros: Black creates a good center - Takes control of d4 - Rapid development
Cons: Results in a Sicilian, down a tempo - Allows White to dominate the queenside
I like the way this game was played, very strong for white, pretty. The lichess analysis suggestions lead to a game that is more likely to draw. But I always want to win! To beat the computer!
125. 58th win chess.com c4 c6 e4 opening
Exchanging pawns seems to do better. A stronger game.
126. 59th win chess.com 10 c4 e6 e4
Not a great opening or game. White wins on Black errors.
127. A short draw. chess.com 10
Should have played 4. Be2. Could have won.
128. 60th win chess.com 10 c4 e6 e4
A much better game this time. More solid.
129. A very short 61rst win chess.com 10 c4 nf6 d4
Find the checkmate!
130. 62nd win chess.com 10 d4 d6 e4
A solid game for white.
131. 63rd win chess.com 10 d4 nf6 d5
The pawn on d5 eventually queens! Very funny.
132. Fixed bad move by black game 129. White still wins.
133. 64th win chess.com 10 d4 nf6 d5
134. 65th win chess.com 10 d4 nf6 d5
135. 66th win chess.com 10 pirc defense
Suggested by lc0 defeat of stockfish
136. 67th win chess.com 10 e4 e6 d4
137. 68th win alt ending game 136
138. 69th win alt ending game 136
139. 70th win alt ending game 136
Only 1 inaccuracy for white here.
140. 71rst win alt ending game 136
bxp -- fixing mistake by black.
141. 72nd win alt ending game 136
Only one inaccuracy for white. Black doesn't make a mistake until move 29.
142. 73rd win chess.com 10 e4 c5
Wow! lichess analysis says I played a perfect game.
143. 74th win chess.com 10 e4 g6
Benoni Defense, Modern, Pawn Storm, White Wins by Checkmate.
144. 14th win lichess SF8 e4 e5 nf3 nf6
145. 75th win chess.com 10 e4 e6 d4 d5 e5
White wins on black mistakes.
146. 76th win chess.com 10 Ruy Lopez
147. 77th win chess.com 10 Another Ruy Lopez
Alt ending game 147. Only 1 inaccuracy for white.
148. Analysis Game of Carlsen vs Anand 4-22-19 after 10...c6
Shows how white could have won if both castled kingside. See 149 below for a better idea.
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149. How Carlsen could have won his game. (see 148)
This is what gives white a won game is 13. c5. But in actual game this was not played.
You can hit space bar in this SF 10 analyzer to see how white has a won game after 13. c5.
150. 78th win chess.com 10 e4 e5 nf3 nf6
Should always play 5. Bd3 and move pawns up for advantage.
151. 79th win chess.com 10 after 5. Bd3.
Corrects mistake in game 150 for a faster win, 58 moves to checkmate.
152. 80th win chess.com 10 e4
lichess says it is a perfect game for white.
153. 81rst win chess.com 10 e4 e5 nf3 nf6
Similar to game 150.
154. 82nd win chess.com 10 e4 e5 nf3 nc6
A won game before black makes first mistake on move 36.
155. Carlsen defeats Aronian 4-27-19
This game goes on a long time as equal.
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156. Magnus Carlsen vs Maxime Vachier-Lagrave
GRENKE Chess Classic (2019), rd 9, Apr-29
English Opening: Symmetrical Variation. Two Knights Line (A37) · 1-0
After pawn sacrifice on move 10, white has a won game.
157. Peter Svidler blows his chances on move 22.
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Sicilian Defense: Old Sicilian. General (B30) · 0-1
158. 83rd win chess.com 10 Sicilian
159. 84th win chess.com 10 A perfect Sicilian
No errors for white in this game.
160. 85th win chess.com 10 Sicilian
Correcting error for black in game 159.
161. 86th win chess.com 10 A perfect Sicilian (for white)
The best variant of game 158.
162. 87th win chess.com 10 Sicilian
Move 34. Qa5 is not an inaccuracy. Following advice here would give up the advantage.
163. 88th win chess.com 10 Sicilian
Similar game to game 162.
164. 89th win chess.com 10 Sicilian
165. 90th win chess.com Robatsh (Modern) Defense
An interesting Opening.
166. 91rst win chess.com 10 French Defense
167. 92nd win chess.com 10 French Defense
168. 93rd win chess.com 10 Pirc Defense
169. 94th win chess.com 10 Ruy
170. 95th win chess.com 10 Ruy Lopez
171. 96th win chess.com 10 Sicilian: Bowdler Attack
This was too easy.
172. 97th win chess.com 10 Sicilian: Bowdler Attack
A little bit harder.
173. 98th win chess.com 10 Sicilian: Bowdler Attack
There are so many lines.
174. 99th win chess.com 10: King's Indian, Zinnowitz Variation
Giving up Queens
175. 100th win chess.com 10: Sicilian
Hadn't played in a while. Harder to win.
176 . Variation of game 175 correcting computer mistake
177. Variation of game 176 correcting another computer mistake.
178. 101st win chess.com 10: Sicilian
179. 102nd win chess.com 10: Sicilian
180. 103rd win chess.com 10: Sicilian
181. 104th win chess.com 10: Sicilian
182. 105th win chess.com 10: Philidor
183. 106th win chess.com 10: Reti
184. 107th win chess.com 10: Reti
185. 108th win chess.com 10: Reti
186. 109th win chess.com 10: Reti
187. 110th win chess.com 10: Reti
188. 111th win chess.com 10
189. 112th win chess.com 10 variation of 188.
190. 113th win chess.com 10
191. 114th win chess.com 10
192. 115th win chess.com 10
King's Indian 4 Pawns Variation.
193. 116th win chess.com 10: Dutch Defense: Leningrad, main line
194. 117th win chess.com 10
Slav Defense: Modern, Bonet Gambit 1.d4 d5 2.c4 c6 3.Nf3 Nf6 4.Bg5
195. 118th win chess.com Reti
196. 119th win chess.com Reti Sicilian
197. 120th win chess.com 10 Reti Sicilian
198. 121rst win chess.com 10 Reti
199. 122nd win chess.com 10 Reti
200. 123rd win chess.com 10 Reti Check out the end game.
201. 124th win chess.com 10 Reti
202. 125th win chess.com 10 Reti
203. 126th win chess.com 10 Reti (new game)
204. 127th win chess.com 10 Reti (no errors)
205. 128th win chess.com 10
206. 129th win chess.com 10 No errors for White.
King's Indian Defense: Orthodox, Glek Defense, 8.Be3
207. 130th win chess.com 10 Reti
208. 131 win chess.com 10 Reti No errors for White.
209. 132 win chess.com 10
Knew I had won after Black castled Queenside.
210. 133rd win chess.com 10 No errors.
211. 134th win chess.com 10 Better Game.
212. 135th win chess.com 10
213. 136 win chess.com 10 (no errors for white)
214. 137 win chess.com 10 (3 inaccuracies for white)
Game 213 uncorrected. White wins end game.
215. 138 win chess.com 10 (many variations still white victory)
216. 139 win chess.com 10 (a little harder win)
217. 140 win chess.com (hacking it)
218. 141 win chess.com (game 217 corrected)
219. 142 win chess.com (no errors for white)
220. 143 win chess.com 10 (no errors for white) four horses
221. 144 win chess.com 10 (no errors white) easy checkmate
222. 145 win chess.com 10 (no errors for white) King's Pawn
223. 146 win chess.com 10 Reti
224. 147 win chess.com 10 (no errors) Ruy Lopez
225. 148 win chess.com 10 (no errors) Reti
226. 149 win chess.com 10 Zuckertort Opening: Pirc Invitation.
227. 150 win chess.com 10 (no errors) Zuckertort Opening: Pirc Invitation. (Corrected)
228. 151 win chess.com 10 Nimzo-Indian (one inaccuracy but I like it better)
229. 152 win chess.com 10 (no errors)
230. 153 win chess.com 10 (no errors first try)
231. 154 win chess.com 10
232. 155 win chess.com 10 (game 231 corrected)
233. 156 win chess.com 10
234. 157 win chess.com 10 reti
235 158 win chess.com 10 Reti (fixing one mistake for black)
236. 159 win chess.com 10 Reti, King's Pawn Latvian Gambit.
237. 160 win chess.com 10 Reti
238. 161 win chess.com 10 Reti *Game 237 corrected.
239. 162 win chess.com Reti (no real errors)
240. 163 win chess.com 10 (drawn game but computer makes mistake)
241. 164 win chess.com 10 (good game)
242. 165 win chess.com 10 (game 241 corrected)
243. 166 win chess.com 10 (a solid game winning with a pawn)
244. 167 win chess.com 10 (avoiding the draw)
245. 168 win chess.com 10 (game 244 corrected end game)
246. 169 win chess.com 10 (with sacrifice Queen trade)
247. 170 win chess.com 10
248. 171 win chess.com 10 Reti
249. 172 win chess.com 10 Reti (cool checkmate)
250. 173 win chess.com 10 (win by computer blunder)
251. 174 win chess.com 10 (game 250 corrected for white and black)
252. 175 win chess.com 10 (best corrected game 250)
253. 176 win chess.com 10 (two end pawns advance)
254. 177 win chess.com 10 (just another hard fought game)
255. 178 win chess.com 10
256. 179 win chess.com 10
257. 180 win chess.com 10 (taking exchange sacrifice)
258. 181 win chess.com 10 (double fianchettoed bishops no errors)
259. 182 win chess.com
260. 183 win chess.com 10 (game 259 corrected)
261. 184 win chess.com 10
262. 185 win chess.com 10
262. 186 win chess.com 10
263. 187 win chess.com 10
264. 188 win chess.com 10
265. 189 win chess.com 10 (stockfish vs stockfish)
266. 190 win chess.com 10
267. 191 win wchess.com 10
268. 192 win chess.com 10
269. 193 win chess.com 10
270. 194 win chess.com 10 (correction of game 269)
271. 195 win chess.com 10
272. 196 win chess.com 10
273. 197 win chess.com 10
274. 198 win chess.com 10
275. 199 win chess.com 10
276. 200 win chess.com 10
277. 201 win chess.com 10
288. 202 win chess.com 10
289. 203 win chess.com 10
299. 204 win chess.com 10
300. 205 win chess.com 10
301. 206 win chess.com 10
302. 207 win chess.com 10
303. 208 win chess.com 10
304. 209 win chess.com 10 (corrected game 303)
305. 210 win chess.com 10
306. 211 win chess.com 10
307. 212 win chess.com 10 (corrected game 306)
308. 213 win chess.com 10 Analysis by chess.com
309. 214 win chess.com 10 Analysis by chess.com
310. 215 win chess.com Reti
311. 216 win chess.com (game 310 corrected)
312. 217 win chess.com 10 Analysis by chess.com
313. 218 win chess.com 10 Unsuccessful knight sacrifice by black
314. 219 win chess.com 10 Analysis by chess.com e4 Sicilian. Kalashnikov Variation.
315. 220 win chess.com 10
316. 221 win chess.com 10
317. 222 win chess.com 10
318. 223 win chess.com 10 Finally another win!
319. 224 win chess.com 10 Checkmate by bishops. Analysis by chess.com
320. 225 win chess.com A hard game to win.
321. 226 win chess.com Analysis.
322. 227 win chess.com 10 A hard way to win.
323. 228 win chess.com 10
324. game 323 corrected.
325. game 324 corrected.
326. game 325 corrected.
327. 228 win chess.com 10 No errors.
328. 229 win chess.com 10 Wild.
329. 229 corrected.
330. 230 win chess.com 10
331. Game 330 Corrected.
332. 231 win chess.com 10
333. 232 win chess.com 10 Reti
334. 233 win chess.com 10 Reti
335. 234 win chess.com 10 Reti
336. 235 win chess.com 10 Reti
337. 236 win chess.com 10 Reti
338. 237 win chess.com 10 Reti with rook sac
339. 238 win chess.com Reti
340. 239 win chess.com 10 Reti
341. 240 win chess.com 10 Reti win by blunder
342. 241 win chess.com 10 Reti
343. 242 win chess.com 10 Reti Strong Game
344. 243 win chess.com 10 Reti
345. 244 win chess.com 10 Reti
346. 245 win chess.com Reti Nakamura style opening
347. 246 win chess.com 10 Reti
348. 247 win chess.com 10 Reti
349. 248 win chess.com Reti
350. Corrected game 349 Reti
351. 249 win chess.com 10 Reti
352. game 350 corrected Reti
353. 250 win chess.com 10 Reti Queens Game
354. game 353 corrected Reti Queens Game
355. 251 win chess.com 10 Reti
356. 252 win chess.com 10 Reti
357. game 356 corrected Reti
358. 253 win chess.com 10 Reti
359. 254 win chess.com 10 Reti
360. 255 win chess.com 10 Reti
361. 256 win chess.com 10 Reti
362. 257 win chess.com 10 Reti
363. 258 win chess.com 10 Reti
364. 259 win chess.com 10
365. game 364 corrected
366. 260 win chess.com 10 Reti
367. 261 win chess.com Reti
368. 262 win chess.com 10 Reti
369. 263 win chess.com 10 Reti
370. 264 win chess.com Reti
371. 265 win chess.com Reti
372. 266. win chess.com Reti
372. 267 win chess.com Reti
373. 268 win chess.com Reti
374. 269 win chess.com 10 Reti
375. 270 win chess.com 10 Reti
376. game 375 corrected
377. game 375 corrected better
378. 271 win chess.com 10 Reti
379 272 win chess.com 10 Reti
380 273 win chess.com 10 Reti
381 274 win chess.com 10 Reti
383 275 win chess.com Reti
384. 276 win chess.com 10 Reti
386. 277 win Chess.com 10 Capablanca e4 opening.
387. 288 win Chess.com 19 Reti
388. game 288 corrected
399. 289 win chess.com 10 Reti
400. 290 win chess.com Reti
401. 291 win chess.com 10 e4