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Member since May-08-11 · Last seen Aug-24-16
Decided to post on cg again without getting too fond of it. Welcome to anyone who visits my forum! I don't look much like my avatar, but that's pretty much how I think I am.
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   Dionysius1 has kibitzed 930 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-24-16 J M Bellon Lopez vs M Grabarczyk, 2001 (replies)
Dionysius1: Very pretty. What took me longest was checking White hadn't enough compensation for the Queen at the end of the combination, what with the Black Rook under attack at g7.
   Aug-23-16 Toldsepp vs Keres, 1934 (replies)
Dionysius1: Thanks <Varishnakov>. Weird blind spot - I'm prone to them. Rush of blood to the head and suddenly a won game isn't any more. It used to happen when I was playing over the board for teams. If I was the last one playing and everyone was watching that's the kind of mistake I ...
   Aug-01-16 V Vepkhvishvili vs Davtian, 1966 (replies)
Dionysius1: I prefer Rh7+ and mate next move, but only on aesthetic grounds of course. I hope I'm not missing anything :-))
   Jul-12-16 Schirmer vs Schleipen, 1956 (replies)
Dionysius1: Hi <Phony Benoni> I don't think we'll "need to account for that for your point today". It's a Tuesday easy puzzle!
   Jul-09-16 Hurma Velieva
Dionysius1: "Then I saw her face, now Hurma Velieva" as the old song goes.
   Jul-06-16 V Kamenov vs T Galunov, 2009 (replies)
Dionysius1: I tried 26...Rf6 threatening Rh6 and if 27 exf6 then 27...e5
   Jun-05-16 Mohishunder vs Cochrane, 1849 (replies)
Dionysius1: And only 6 of them draws
   Jun-05-16 Carlsen vs M Kvinge Tande, 2001
Dionysius1: 15 a3 looks like a child's way of letting his opponent off a bad move
   Jun-04-16 Gashimov Memorial (2016) (replies)
Dionysius1: Thanks <LucyB>
   May-13-16 USSR Championship (1959) (replies)
Dionysius1: That must have been a strange chess career once he was world champion. He could probably guess within 2 or 3 who his challenger was going to be so he knew his games were going to be limited to 2 or 3 opponents. A very dry kind of chess life that - would have been a kind of prison
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