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DexterGordon
Member since Nov-18-02 · Last seen Feb-14-08
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   DexterGordon has kibitzed 135 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-01-07 P Puchmajer vs J Cervenka, 2000 (replies)
 
DexterGordon: Wow, that black bishop is a monster. :-)
 
   Jul-14-07 T L Petrosian vs P Smirnov, 2006 (replies)
 
DexterGordon: Wait, I think your (B) has the answer to why White plays b4 and c4, <black knight c6>. With the Black queen on b4, if 29...Rae7, then Ne6+ wins the queen.
 
   Jul-04-07 The World vs G Timmerman, 2007 (replies)
 
DexterGordon: Very interesting! Thanks to everyone for their reflections on the strength and weaknesses of programs such as Rybka. I hadn't thought of the fact that computers may be weaker compared to humans in correspondence games, when time and fatigue are less of a factor. Personally I ...
 
   Jun-30-07 Browne vs Wojtkiewicz, 2004 (replies)
 
DexterGordon: <tangobob>, so how does White continue after 35...Rc7? Is it as simple as 36. Rd7+ Rxd7 37. Qxd7+ Kg/h8 38. Bh6?
 
   May-11-07 Kupreichik vs V Tukmakov, 1985 (replies)
 
DexterGordon: Oh, and credit where credit is due: Ne7-g6 is an idea from other MAJ posts. :-)
 
   May-10-07 M Notkin vs Dvalishvili, 1995 (replies)
 
DexterGordon: Thanks for all the analysis, MAJ. Your posts did make sense, after a little translation. :-) Interesting how opposite bishops favor the attacking side. Black is horribly weak on the black squares.
 
   May-09-07 C Bouton vs T Grabuzova, 2000 (replies)
 
DexterGordon: Hey folks, does this line also win? 24. Re3 Qb4 25. Rb3 cxb3 26. Rxb4 Rxb4 27. Qc7 or Qd6? Hm, on the other hand, forget it. There's no mate as I thought at first. :-(
 
   May-02-07 Janowski vs Bogoljubov, 1914 (replies)
 
DexterGordon: <karnak64>, ROTFLMAO!
 
   Apr-09-07 H Hamdouchi vs A Simutowe, 2001 (replies)
 
DexterGordon: <Magician of Riga>, I don't know how long you've been kibitzing here, but the number of people who say "too easy" in response to <any> puzzle, no matter its difficulty, is something of a standing joke. That said, I have much the same reaction to this that you do. ...
 
   Apr-02-07 Kashdan vs Euwe, 1932 (replies)
 
DexterGordon: <gambitfan>, how does 29. Qxg7 win the queen? 29...R2xg7 and black seems no worse off than before. Better, in fact.
 
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