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HastyMover
Member since Jul-26-05 · Last seen Aug-24-07
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   HastyMover has kibitzed 14 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-30-05 Tal vs B Malich, 1958 (replies)
 
HastyMover: <OsmanAnwar> that is what I was thinking. 24)c3 kills the black queen.
 
   Sep-26-05 Shabalov vs Kharlov, 1998 (replies)
 
HastyMover: <BreakOnThru> Yes.
 
   Aug-25-05 Sveshnikov vs J Stocek, 2000 (replies)
 
HastyMover: <ThomYorke: When people solve the puzzle itīs easy, when they donīt itīs hard. Nice theory...> I disagree wholeheartedly. The ONLY ones I ever get are the hard ones. I keep telling myself that. It's a real boost to my self esteem. :~)
 
   Aug-23-05 Xie Jun vs Short, 2002 (replies)
 
HastyMover: I didn't get today's puzzle. I figured that the ♕h8+ move was probably a good move, but I didn't realize that after the black ♔ moves out of check that I could take the knight. I thought that the black ♙ at f6 was protecting it. I had it going the wrong way in ...
 
   Aug-22-05 G Borisenko vs Simagin, 1955 (replies)
 
HastyMover: I got this one, so it must have been easy! I played around with my queen for a couple of minutes, but then decided to see what would happen if the pawn moved up to f6+, and immediately saw the checkmate. I must admit though, I didn't think of the black en passant move. If that ...
 
   Aug-19-05 Tal vs M Dvoretsky, 1974 (replies)
 
HastyMover: I didn't get this one. I looked at 35. ♗c4, but figured that the response ... ♗xc4 just lost a bishop for white. After knowing the answer, I tried to go back and figure out why black wouldn't have just taken the bishop back. I realized afterwards, that if ...
 
   Aug-16-05 J Nogueiras vs Polugaevsky, 1990 (replies)
 
HastyMover: Even I got this one... Ng5+
 
   Aug-11-05 Uhlmann vs Larsen, 1971 (replies)
 
HastyMover: I didn't get it. I kept trying 36...Qxb1 37. Bxb1 Ba6+ and couldn't make it work. I should have learned from yesterday that the order of the combination matters. If I had moved 36...Ba6 first it would have worked out. <zb2cr> If 36. ... Bg2+; why would white respond 37. Kf2
 
   Aug-08-05 P Nikolic vs G A Timoshenko, 1990 (replies)
 
HastyMover: <RonB52734> Thank you. Your clarification was much appreciated. I guess I haven't played enough chess to know to quit when down a knight.
 
   Aug-05-05 V Zurakhov vs Zamikhovsky, 1959 (replies)
 
HastyMover: I got this without too much difficulty. Knowing that there is a win for white definitely helps. In a real game, I don't think I would have seen it. I didn't have a chance to analyze 35....Kg8 line much. I'm not sure I know what happens after 35.Rh6+ Kg8 36.g6 ... It seems black ...
 
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