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DrMAL
Member since Apr-28-11 · Last seen Nov-19-11
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   DrMAL has kibitzed 1952 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-18-11 P K Wells vs Shirov, 2006 (replies)
 
DrMAL: <King Death> BTW in Dembo book which I decided to get, it states (p.28) "6...Bh6! The tactical point behind this critical move will become clear in a moment." For <Life MORON AJ> this may be moment of eternity! LOL. Thanx <SWT> for pointing out book it also has ...
 
   Nov-18-11 Kramnik vs Kasparov, 1997 (replies)
 
DrMAL: As <BobbyFissure> pointed above (serving as impetus for my post), Kasparov admitted KID simply acquired too much theory in years that followed this game to present, computers have taken over and things he discovered, basically most of KID theory in 1990s, have been either ...
 
   Nov-18-11 Furman vs Spassky, 1957 (replies)
 
DrMAL: LOL, understandable, it can be very dangerous way to bust Maroczy Bind there are many ways now to do so. I think you meant Paul Keres for Nh6 move, he was one of first to play it and used it several times ( Opening Explorer ). Tal slaughered it in Tal vs Kupreichik, 1970 but that was ...
 
   Nov-18-11 Nezhmetdinov vs Krogius, 1959
 
DrMAL: There are so many good books on Sicilian simply because it is so incredibly rich in ideas. Najdorf variation alone has many books with each GM giving some of his personal insight or game contribution to show certain lines or plans. It would be great to see book that combines all these
 
   Nov-18-11 Nakamura vs A J Goldsby, 2003 (replies)
 
DrMAL: Goldsby (goldbrick?) worm and <perfidious> did similar thing to take advantage of ridiculous rating floor. As it is, USCF 2200 is quite different from FIDE 2200 because USCF uses incorrect "logistics" curve instead of Gaussian one prescribed by ELO so that ELO 2200 is somewhere ...
 
   Nov-18-11 Velimirovic vs J Sofrevski, 1965 (replies)
 
DrMAL: Hmmm, well, I'm not sure what he meant back then, but it is good, sharp line, why I suggested looking at it, cheers.
 
   Nov-18-11 Alexandre Kretchetov (replies)
 
DrMAL: Yes, that or 13...Qg2 would have been brighter LOL. Anyway, 1700 rating is good, most of rest is details, and I would be happy to look at game. Best is Houdini and best way to use is to go through game with pieces OTB, going back and forth with computer. It may seem stupid and wasting
 
   Nov-17-11 chessgames.com chessforum (replies)
 
DrMAL: <LIFE Master AJ: I think this is long past due ... start enforcing the third guideline> Person who by far most abuses guideline is Life MORON AJ! He is by far #1 attacker. <LIFE Master AJ: I am sure that the admins here are fully aware that you are just a sock puppet ...> ...
 
   Nov-17-11 Robert James Fischer (replies)
 
DrMAL: <Everett: In a warped way, Fischer can be considered the greatest student of the USSR chess school.> Nothing warped about it, as <JoergWalter> pointed out Fischer studied Soviet chess. Of course he did, Soviet chess defined chess. As someone who grew up in Soviet Union ...
 
   Nov-17-11 Tal vs Karpov, 1987 (replies)
 
DrMAL: Funny thing about rude comments and insults from <Richard Taylor> is that position around move 12 of sac was simply not important part in this game. Instead, "all seeing" player (even when drunk and asleep) had no comment on moves 20-22 where position WAS important and key ...
 
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