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Member since Sep-27-16 · Last seen Sep-17-18
Hi, I'm a "Murkan sizzan" residing in Costa Rica, home of the unforgettable GM???....well, we made it to the soccer World Cup a few years ago anyway... I don't have the nerves, patience, time or sitzfleisch to play in tournaments, but I really love the game and find it a wonderful diversion from that other great vice: work! Full Member

   ChessHigherCat has kibitzed 5837 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-19-18 chessforum (replies)
ChessHigherCat: <Big Peanut-butter-packer> Further proof that you can never shut up even when you have nothing worth saying (=100% of the time).
   Aug-18-18 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
ChessHigherCat: <nok: <CHC: I used to think the US would save the world> Boy, you're rich. You're a sugar coated BP.> Speaking of BigYawn, he's another pathetic imbecile who can't tell the difference between present and past tense: ***I used to think...."
   Aug-13-18 Topalov vs W So, 2016 (replies)
ChessHigherCat: Hi Penguin, Good Monday puzzle. B+N sac varies the program from the usual Q sac.
   Aug-12-18 Garry Kasparov
ChessHigherCat: <nok> Speaking of posters who by some strange coincidence absolutely never criticize Putin, praise Stalin as the great savior of WWII even though he proved to be Hitler's best friend by signing the Moltov-Ribbentrop Pact, had all his own competent generals purged ...
   Aug-12-18 Hikaru Nakamura (replies)
ChessHigherCat: I'm hardly a-bull to bullieve it! If you watch that video, you have to conclude that he's also doing subliminal advertising against lager beer, because every other word is something negative about "lagging".
   Aug-12-18 Daniel Freeman (replies)
ChessHigherCat: <Sneaky squeeky> already gave the name and address of the funeral parlor in Florida. Of course there is no such a thing as absolute proof, but given that fact, the persistent skeptics fall into the following categories: 1) people who are too %$%#%# lazy to check out the
   Aug-12-18 Y Chan vs E Galvez Dastin, 2008 (replies)
ChessHigherCat: I remember the trick is to prevent the perpetual with Qf1+ Qc4+ so 24. Bxc6 bxc6 25. Rxc6+ Kd8 26. Rxb6 Qf1+ 27. Ka2 Qc4+ 28. Rb3 Re8 29. a4 e5 30. Ka3 leads to this: [DIAGRAM] and now black has nyuttink, right?
   Aug-11-18 Portisch vs Pinter, 1984 (replies)
ChessHigherCat: In case anybody else was wondering why not 27...Kxe5?, there's a brilliant interference ploy where white forces black's king to get in his own way: 28.Rhe1+ Kd6 29.Re6+ Bxe6 30.Bxe6 Kxe6 31.Kxg4
   Aug-10-18 J A Curdo vs J Bryan, 1985
ChessHigherCat: Black's best try was 17...Nc6 but 18.Rxc6 Rxc6 19.Ndxe7+ Kh8 20.Nxc6 bxc6 21.Nxd6 and ay chihuaha
   Aug-10-18 F Vallejo Pons vs C Holt, 2010
ChessHigherCat: <wtpy> According to StockFish, 8. Bf8 is even but Bg6 gives white the advantage, presumably because it forces black to trade the DSB for a knight: 1) +0.50 (20 ply) 9.Nf3 Ne7 10.Nbd4 Bxd4 11.Qxd4 Qc7 12.Bf4 etc.
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