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ILoveThisSite
Member since Jun-24-05 · Last seen Nov-20-18
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   ILoveThisSite has kibitzed 19 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-09-10 I Rogers vs Shirov, 1990 (replies)
 
ILoveThisSite: <newzild> 62... f5+ 63 Kxf4! Kg2 64 Rxh2 Kxh2 65 Kxf5 1-0
 
   Apr-27-10 Shaobin vs Koneru, 2005 (replies)
 
ILoveThisSite: In the above kibitz if 30 Kf2, Bc5+ might be even better than the underpromotion and could transpose into the 30 Kg2 line. If 30 Kg2, d1=Q; 31 Kh3, Bf1+; 32 Bg2, Qh5#
 
   Oct-07-09 Systemsson (replies)
 
ILoveThisSite: <whiteshark> We're sitting here, I'm supposed to be a franchise player, and we're talking about praxis? Not a game, not a game. We're talking about praxis. How silly is that?
 
   Oct-06-09 Nimzowitsch vs Systemsson, 1927 (replies)
 
ILoveThisSite: What happens if black captures the b-pawn on his 11th move? By the way I thought Steinitz was called the Austrian Morphy.
 
   Jul-21-09 Beliavsky vs Bacrot, 1999 (replies)
 
ILoveThisSite: I thought about 17 Nxc6 too but after seeing the solution I realize that 17 Nxc6 is refuted by 17 ... Ba6!
 
   Jan-22-09 F L Vaughan vs Purdy, 1945 (replies)
 
ILoveThisSite: What happens after 8 Qa4+?
 
   Sep-21-07 Gennady Borisovich Sosonko (replies)
 
ILoveThisSite: Anyone else think he looks like Bobby Knight?
 
   Jul-27-06 D B Gurevich vs G Scott, 1993 (replies)
 
ILoveThisSite: Why did white play 40 Qc6 and why did black resign?
 
   Mar-18-06 John Coffey vs E Schiller, 1986 (replies)
 
ILoveThisSite: The pun is better if you click on Eric Schiller and see that in his picture he has what appears to be a cup of coffee in front of him.
 
   Sep-02-05 S F St Jermain Steadman vs Ed. Lasker, 1913 (replies)
 
ILoveThisSite: This is another game I sent in from The Fireside Book of Chess (remember Samisch-Herzog?) They give the following variations: 20 Qxd3 Re1+ 21 Qf1 Rxf1+ 22 Rxf1 Re6 and 23... Rg6# 20 Qf1 Bxf1 21 Kxf1 d2 wins as has been noted 20 f4 R8e6 21 f5 R6e4 22 f3 Rg2+ 23 Kf1 Rxb2+ 24 ...
 
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