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   FairyPromotion has kibitzed 561 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-15-19 bgitw chessforum (replies)
FairyPromotion: <tpstar>, great to see you around as well! I'd like to thank you, <bgitw>, and <OhioChessFan> for your efforts in organizing this years edition of Game of the Year Contest, and to everyone who participated. This year I hadn't follow much chess except for the
   Oct-05-18 Chess Olympiad (2018) (replies)
FairyPromotion: Ding Liren vs Onischuk, 2012 "The cruel and harsh reality of playing in a team chess event is that you are only as good as your teammates." - Hikaru Nakamura, 07 Sep 2012
   Jul-08-18 Jakovenko vs I Cheparinov, 2008
FairyPromotion: Last Knight a DJ Saved My Life
   Apr-14-18 Aronian vs Kramnik, 2018 (replies)
FairyPromotion: <rcs784: Astonished this hasn't been GotD yet.> I know an old movie about a turkish family living in Berlin, whith the story about a german photographer taking the picture of the man's wife without consent. The title of it would fit this game perfectly. GotD: Berlin in ...
   Apr-04-18 AlphaZero vs Stockfish, 2017 (replies)
FairyPromotion: <21. Bg5!!> is one of the greatest and the most aesthetic moves I've ever seen. The move is inexplicable to me, and I feel that defensive tries <21...hxg5> and <22...hxg5> need further analysis. The slow conversion detracts a bit from the beauty of the game,
   Mar-10-18 Mamedyarov vs Svidler, 2018 (replies)
FairyPromotion: <watwinc> D'oh, I don't think you are the one missing something. After 26. Rxf8+ Qxf8 <27.Qxg6> is indeed mate. I now see that <26...Ke6 27. Qxg6+ Rf6> there are 3 different mates: 28. Qg8+ Rf7 Qxf7# 28. Qg8+ Kf5 28 Qg4#, or 28. Qg4+ Rf5 29. Qxf5# Turns
   Jan-18-18 E Najer vs A Alavkin, 2004
FairyPromotion: Surely this is winning for Najer, right? Black is in zugzwang, and the win seems pretty straightforward.
   Sep-05-17 Shirov vs Short, 1997 (replies)
FairyPromotion: FOB = Fire on Board, the title of Shirovs Books.
   Jul-23-17 J F Villarreal Felix vs N Ristic, 1975 (replies)
FairyPromotion: How about former Premier League Player: Eric Djemba Djemba?
   Jun-21-17 Phony Benoni chessforum (replies)
FairyPromotion: Mr Moody, Counting on your understanding, I would point out to a mistake. In your GotD collection yesterday's GotD should be listed as <Thrill of the Hunt> instead of <Thrill of the Chase>. Cheers,
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