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Member since Jun-30-12 · Last seen May-23-15
I am here to learn.
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   Conrad93 has kibitzed 2869 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-23-15 R Knaak vs H Liebert, 1975 (replies)
Conrad93: The rest of the moves are either forced or are intuitive. Once I saw the potential rook sacrifice on h7, followed by bishop check I knew it was game over. I did not consider 25...f6, but 26. Qh8+ is a bit too obvious to avoid. The rest I don't think is worthy of analysis.
   May-23-15 Stefan E S Kindermann
Conrad93: Now I know where I have heard of this guy before. His opening book was mentioned in Moskalenko's The Wonderful Winawer. <He wrote it together with Dirr Ulrich. That's only dealing with <7.Qg4 0-0> on incredible 342 pages!> Yes, described as the Warsaw Variation. ...
   May-23-15 Gelfand vs Nakamura, 2015
Conrad93: So is 9...Nh5 now the most popular move in this variation? I usually see 9...a5 or 9. Ne8 played.
   May-18-15 M Vachier-Lagrave vs Caruana, 2015 (replies)
Conrad93: <He is american by birthplace and parentage. He said it himself when talking about the federation transfer in his interview after the second round, though perhaps it was the first. <Are you calling fabiano a liar?, conrad93> I was born in Ukraine to Ukrainian parents. That
   Apr-28-15 Kasparov vs Short (Blitz) (2015) (replies)
Conrad93: <I doubt many would offer a genetic explanation for such a colossal disparity between East and West in this intellectual pursuit.> Simple explanation: Go is many times more popular in Japan than in Western countries. Japan has tournaments with a far larger pay out. The big ...
   Apr-28-15 Short vs Kasparov, 2015 (replies)
Conrad93: 15...c5 is brutal and very accurate. Kasparov saw the entire combination starting with the queen check and leading to mate. He must have at least have analyzed it far enough to see that he is winning. Very few players in the world can play this accurately under such time pressure.
   Apr-27-15 Garry Kasparov (replies)
Conrad93: <I really like Kasparov but I think it's surprising how quickly his beacon has been eclipsed by Kasparov by Carlsen.> Only rating-wise. Kasparov is still the better player.
   Apr-20-15 Dubai Chess Open (2015)
Conrad93: < If you think a story in the Daily Mail constitutes proof, then presumably you don't eat any food as it all causes cancer of some type or other.> This story isn't just on the Daily Mail. It's on every major news site. CNN, Fox, Daily Mail, Gawker, The Guardian, NY Post, ...
   Apr-20-15 Gashimov Memorial (2015) (replies)
Conrad93: <Mamed-Caruana looks drawn already.> Yes, it's definitely a draw.
   Apr-13-15 Gaioz Nigalidze (replies)
Conrad93: It's likely he even cheated during the Georgian Championship.
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