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Gottschalk
Member since Sep-06-12 · Last seen Nov-30-16
Louis Moreau Gottschalk(1829-1869) foi um talentoso musico estadunidense que morreu no Brasil, prematuramente, de febre. Ele deixou uma obra orquestral de impacto onde se destacam: Marcha Solemne e Fantasia Triunfal sobre o hino nacional brasileiro, A Grande Tarantella, alem de bonitas sonatas para piano. Escolhi o Nick em memoria dele.http://www.google.com.br/url?sa=t&r... http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_...

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   Gottschalk has kibitzed 315 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-15-16 I Bukavshin vs R Rapport, 2015
 
Gottschalk: Bukavshin was a wizard!
 
   Nov-15-16 Krikor Sevag Mekhitarian
 
Gottschalk: Truly original. Pawn majority avalanche is combined with long diagonal on a reduced problem. [Event "31st Cappelle Open 2015"] [Site "Cappelle la Grande FRA"] [Date "2015.??.??"] [White "Mekhitarian,K"] [Black "Fier,A"] [Round "6.6"] [Result "1-0"] ...
 
   Oct-29-16 Bacrot vs Kamsky, 2007
 
Gottschalk: <WorstPlayerEver> Yes, thanks! But if 34 R1g5 Rxg5 (now 34..Rxh4? 35.Rg5-g7 is double) 35. Bxg5 and if I was in black side, I would be concerned with the domain that White has the black squares more the pin in the 8th rank.
 
   Oct-26-16 Kramnik vs Kamsky, 1994
 
Gottschalk: Blunder game. Right moves were 19...Re8 to Kamsky and 43 Rh4 to Kramnik.
 
   Oct-20-16 Fischer vs S Rubin, 1964
 
Gottschalk: <who> 11...Nc2 12 Nd5 Bf2+ is better for B. 11...Nc2 12 Qd1 Na1 13 hg4 Bg4 14 Ne5 Be6 is a intersting gambit line.
 
   Oct-11-16 Kamsky vs P Van der Sterren, 1994
 
Gottschalk: Black looks 40 Bd5 Rf8 41 Be6
 
   Oct-06-16 Biographer Bistro (replies)
 
Gottschalk: <perfidious> huh?
 
   Oct-06-16 Cecil John Seddon Purdy (replies)
 
Gottschalk: "In endings with bishops of opposite color, material means NOTHING, position EVERYTHING." Purdy This phrase contains a terrible logic She reminds me of Hitler speaking to not back down on the Russian front, despite the equipment failure. This is of course a endgame concept. ...
 
   Oct-04-16 R Markus vs J Cori, 2016 (replies)
 
Gottschalk: Multiple effect and brilliant 23..Nd4 remenbering The Brazilian Immortal J Caldas Vianna vs A S Paes de Barros, 1900
 
   Oct-04-16 M Alice vs E Dervishi, 2016
 
Gottschalk: Threatening 67...c4mat. If 63. c3 c4+ 64 Kc2 Nxf2 65 Rxf3 Ra2+! 70. Kc1 Nd3+ 71. Rd1 Ra4 Black win.
 
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