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731
Member since Feb-26-04 · Last seen Nov-11-04
I play c4 as white, c5 as black.

This is my system, I'm experimenting with other defence's and systems too though, I'm not sure how to answer to "1.d4", I'm experimenting with linking into the pirc or the Janovski old-indian after 1.-d6, 2.e4/c4. The Czech Benoni also seems nice.

Against "1.e4" I like alekhine's defence, however the krajcik variation I believe refutes it, which is why my main preference is the sicilian: kan, acc/dragon or l÷wenthal, I've developed my own ideas and traps in these openings too.

Against "1.(everything else)" c5 is the best move

My favorite players are Bobby Fischer, Mikhail Tal and Ulf Andersson, Ulf inspired me to the superior c4/c5 idea, however I don't play in Ulf's defensive positional fashion, on the contrary I strive to play in the fashion of Mikhail Tal, otherwise I wouldn't find chess at all as interesting.

I enjoy looking through games on this database, I feel that I'm learning a lot by doing so.

My other interests are political-science, music (from classical to electronic), tetris, blackjack, sushi, girls.

my e-mail is <killy(at)spray.se>.

Feel free to send an e-mail if you want to play thematic e-mail chess against me or say hi.

I'm 21/male from northern europe, my rating is circa 1700 on the rise.

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   731 has kibitzed 107 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-26-04 K Marx vs Meyer, 1867 (replies)
 
731: Yes... this is the muzio gambit.. in which white lets the knight go to take the initiative, If black can hold on with correct defensive moves until the endgame he can use the material advantage to win, this is however not so light a task I think..
 
   Mar-26-04 Sicilian (B53) (replies)
 
731: D Rodriguez vs Tal, 1988
 
   Mar-26-04 Josef Emil Krejcik (replies)
 
731: As for the immortal game I guessed Bishop takes bishop g7, Kxg7, Qc3+, Kh6, Nf7+ and then white has more material after rook takes knight - bishop takes rook because if the bishop is taken then Qh8+ Qh7, pawn to g5 mate. I can't find anything else, I accidentaly put the king on h1 ...
 
   Mar-24-04 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
731: Whoever is interested in playing e-mail chess against me please send an e-mail to killy@spray.se, thanks. you can play white.
 
   Mar-17-04 Capablanca vs Blackburne, 1914 (replies)
 
731: I like 30...Rxh3+, strike the king before resigning.
 
   Mar-12-04 Tal vs Karpov, 1987 (replies)
 
731: I put this game through my computer chess program to check the significance and considerable alternative moves, it was interesting to see how Tal's rook sacrifice on move 24 put him at first at a rather large minus, so my first ...
 
   Mar-12-04 M Duppel vs P Rouzaud, 2001 (replies)
 
731: wow.. it took me about 15 seconds to realise why white gave up, that checkfork was quite subtle, nice latvian gambit move.
 
   Mar-12-04 Gamman vs Blackburne, 1869 (replies)
 
731: Wow... nice attack... black has a nice initiative throughout the game. I like the comment "White regrets his 17th move"
 
   Mar-12-04 Spassky vs Fischer, 1972 (replies)
 
731: When Fischer played 29. ...Bxh2 there was a quiet gasp throughout the audience viewing this game, no one expected Fischer to play this move, which looked at once like a blunder, some analysts thought, while following and studying the game, that they had missed something, but he can't ...
 
   Mar-12-04 Xu Jun vs Shirov, 1993 (replies)
 
731: Haha yeah Nf8 was a funny move, I don't know if this is draw or not however...
 
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