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Member since Jun-30-12 · Last seen Jul-19-14
I am here to learn.

   Conrad93 has kibitzed 2343 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-19-14 F Kafka vs Hromadka, 1921 (replies)
Conrad93: I was expecting the pun Kafkaesque, or was this pun already taken?
   Jul-19-14 N Evseev vs Flohr, 1949 (replies)
Conrad93: <<Conrad93> An analogy fitting for this pun & game is: Let's say this is a battle that took place in the Middle Ages. Evseev's army was in the "floor" of a valley & some of his army was cowering in fear & never joined the battle but hid instead (his undeveloped pieces on ...
   Jul-17-14 Biel (2014) (replies)
Conrad93: Yep, chess is relatively easy as long as you have very strong teachers. I mean it is in essence a children's game.
   Jul-17-14 Yifan Hou vs M Vachier-Lagrave, 2014 (replies)
Conrad93: <That's going on the "Memorable Quotes" page.> Because it's true?
   Jul-16-14 Grischuk vs Gelfand, 2012 (replies)
Conrad93: Grischuk has a lot of guts to play such an opening at the Super-GM level...
   Jul-16-14 D Vocaturo vs Jobava, 2014
Conrad93: 11. g4 is too aggressive. After 11. g3, black's position still looks better,but black has less chances.
   Jul-16-14 Yifan Hou vs M Vachier-Lagrave, 2005
Conrad93: These novelties may work against weaker opponents, but against world-class players it's just silly...
   Jul-15-14 Stockfish vs Rybka, 2013 (replies)
Conrad93: That also makes sense.
   Jul-15-14 Khalifman vs Ermenkov, 1994
Conrad93: Okay, so white gets two very strong passed pawns, but this is still very gutsy play. White had to see that the bishop would never be active, and that the black rook had no way of getting unto an active square. Khalifman is like the modern Bronstein.
   Jul-15-14 Yifan Hou vs A Giri, 2014 (replies)
Conrad93: 6. Be2? I'm no expert on this line, but this move looks odd.
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