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Arbitrarily0
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   Arbitrarily0 has kibitzed 21 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-25-08 D Sudheer vs D Fernandez, 2005 (replies)
 
Arbitrarily0: Why is 4...Nxc5 so rarely seen in the Tromp?
 
   Feb-21-08 Arbitrarily0 chessforum (replies)
 
Arbitrarily0: No, just couldn't find a better picture - lol.
 
   Feb-02-08 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
Arbitrarily0: Here's an easy one. White to move and mate in three: [DIAGRAM]
 
   Jan-28-08 M Rantanen vs S Smiltiner, 1958 (replies)
 
Arbitrarily0: This is the shortest game (87 moves) in which all of the squares had been temporarily occupied. The final square to have a piece placed on it was a3. Smiltiner unknowingly broke the record with 81...Ra3.
 
   Jan-28-08 Mackenzie vs J Mason, 1882 (replies)
 
Arbitrarily0: Oddly enough, the only record that this game breaks, is the longest occupation of a square by a king. Black's king sat at g8 for 136 moves (it never moved once after castling).
 
   Jan-23-08 S Gvetadze vs S Masego, 2007 (replies)
 
Arbitrarily0: Wow....
 
   Jan-17-08 Sicilian (B53) (replies)
 
Arbitrarily0: This is actually called the Chekhover Variation. How come this page makes no mention of it?
 
   Jan-17-08 Chekhover vs Lisitsin, 1938
 
Arbitrarily0: Vitaly plays his own variation!
 
   Jan-17-08 B F Gibbons vs C Hansen, 1988 (replies)
 
Arbitrarily0: Carsten must of forgot to castle...
 
   Jan-11-08 O'Kelly vs J Penrose, 1962 (replies)
 
Arbitrarily0: Correct me if I'm wrong, but much better seems 25. Rh5! --- If Black plays 25...Ke4 then 25. Rh5 Ke4 26. Bd3+ Kf4 (only move) 27. Rh4# 1-0 --- If Black plays 25...f5 then 25. Rh5 f5 26. Bd1 a5 (any move loses) 27. g3# 1-0 --- The question is, is there a ...
 
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