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Dogzilla
Member since Oct-03-03 · Last seen Mar-16-08
I am from Colorado USA
I am a very bad chess player, but I like the game all the same. My favorite players are Morphy, Tal and J Polgar.

   Dogzilla has kibitzed 28 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-27-06 Shirov / Andreev vs Speelman / Harding, 2005 (replies)
 
Dogzilla: "Why not 28.f3?" Give the kid a break, he's only 7.
 
   Jun-28-05 T Kosintseva vs Lagno, 2005
 
Dogzilla: Nice ending! Forcing white to get a queen and then be mated. White can prolong the agony with 64. h8=N.
 
   Jun-24-05 Claude Frizzel Bloodgood (replies)
 
Dogzilla: What a one-trick pony. I guess this works if you always get to play white, match up with weaker opponents, and only play them once or twice before they figure out the Grob traps.
 
   Mar-21-05 Tal vs Sviridov, 1969 (replies)
 
Dogzilla: Not that it's important in this position, but it's interesting how white's knights and bishops all defend eachother.
 
   Mar-16-05 Lagno vs B Dincok, 2002 (replies)
 
Dogzilla: It was a blitz game, but that looks like the move 24. Rf8 was trying to set up!
 
   Mar-16-05 Lagno vs A Jakubowska, 2001 (replies)
 
Dogzilla: Great! 17...Ke8 18. Nd6+ and no matter where the black king goes--d8, e7, or f8--19. Nxb7+ wins the queen.
 
   Jan-14-05 Albin vs Csank, 1890 (replies)
 
Dogzilla: <bishopmate> If this were a football match, 89 Qg7+ would be the stoppage-time equalizer in a game no side deserved to lose...
 
   Sep-10-04 Lagno vs A Goloshchapov, 2004 (replies)
 
Dogzilla: Maybe someone can help me understand 34...Rxc3? What about that bishop makes it worth a rook? Several moves later, he finds himself missing that rook quite badly.
 
   Sep-02-04 Harrwitz vs Horwitz, 1846 (replies)
 
Dogzilla: Anyone ever heard of an opening trap called "Horowitz's horror"? (It may have been Horwitz or Harrwitz). If I remember, it got it's name because the master fell into it not once but twice in his playing career. If anyone knows the trap, post here...
 
   Aug-26-04 Kosteniuk vs D Gannon, 2004 (replies)
 
Dogzilla: He may have been...distracted. Then again, it is an open tournament, maybe getting to move 14 before dropping a piece was a pretty good day.
 
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