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Breunor
Member since Nov-23-06 · Last seen Aug-18-17
Currently rated 1722, highest was 1912. Two children who play, younger one may become a master. Live in New York.
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   Breunor has kibitzed 224 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-08-17 Vidmar vs B Tot, 1938
 
Breunor: Oh you are right, I thought the pawn was on f3. Thanks!
 
   Jul-30-17 A Giri vs Aronian, 2017
 
Breunor: What a crazy game!
 
   Jul-07-17 P Jowett vs J McBride, 2007 (replies)
 
Breunor: Thanks Beatgiant (and others)!
 
   Jun-20-17 Timman vs J Smeets, 2007 (replies)
 
Breunor: Where does Timman go wrong here? On first appearance it seems like it may be 32 Ra6 (or the preceding move 31 a5) where Smeets gets to control the C file. But maybe the losing move(s) occur later?
 
   Jun-18-17 Carlsen vs Caruana, 2017 (replies)
 
Breunor: Soltis has this game in his column today. He gives: 22 Rd8 Bc5 then 1. 23 Rxh8 Qxf2 2. 23 Qe6 Ka5 24 Rd2 Rd8
 
   Jun-18-17 Charlie Chaplin
 
Breunor: City Lights is an all time favorite of mine. So funny, but the ending is as poignant as anything I've come across.
 
   Jun-10-17 Ni Hua vs Nakamura, 2001 (replies)
 
Breunor: I really enjoyed this game. IMO hreat fight from both players!
 
   Jun-10-17 Hort vs Portisch, 1973 (replies)
 
Breunor: Kungfufighter, Black can't defend both the mate threat on h7 and the took on f8.
 
   Jun-09-17 Kasparov vs Sting, 2000 (replies)
 
Breunor: I think the best celebrity chessplayer was Marcel Duchamp. I heard through the grapevine that Stanley Kubrick was master strength although he didn't play in tournaments as an adult. He was a USCF member as a child. Heath Ledger won the Western Australia chess championship at age 10 ...
 
   Jun-08-17 Altibox Norway (2017) (replies)
 
Breunor: Alex, I think it is pretty easy with the Euclidean Algorithm. If a number is a common divisor of 2 integers it is a divisor of their difference. So if a number is a divisor of 21N+4 and 14N +3 it is a divisor of 7N +1. Similarly, if it is divisor of 14N +3 and 7N +1 it is a ...
 
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