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Ke2
Member since Jul-04-14 · Last seen Aug-20-15
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   Ke2 has kibitzed 510 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-26-15 Ivanchuk vs Wang Yue, 2009
 
Ke2: This is such a great trick.
 
   Jul-25-15 Charles Henry Stanley (replies)
 
Ke2: ^you should ask floyd mayweather about that
 
   Jul-25-15 Wei Yi vs Lin Chen, 2014 (replies)
 
Ke2: Just going to return to this game. You gotta look at 25. Qg8
 
   Jul-25-15 Rybka vs Nakamura, 2008 (replies)
 
Ke2: this is like the crowning achievement of online chess
 
   Jul-25-15 Miles vs Kasparov, 1986
 
Ke2: Against Garry Kasparov, Miles had little success, not winning a game against him, and losing a 1986 match in Basel by the score of 5. Following this encounter, Miles described Kasparov as a "monster with a thousand eyes who sees all" (some sources alternatively quote Miles as having ...
 
   Jul-24-15 Stripunsky vs K W Troff, 2013
 
Ke2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5D... apparently the critical move was 17... e5, which is based on a small, but hard to see tactic. this is that when the knight captures on e5 in any case, both queens will be hanging. and i think that if 18. dxe5 Nxe5 19. Qg3 Nh5 somehow works.
 
   Jul-24-15 I Kovalenko vs Yifan Hou, 2010
 
Ke2: huh?? did she lose on time?
 
   Jul-20-15 S Noland vs A Blokhin, 1994
 
Ke2: ok u have to wonder about the purpose of this knight maneuver on move 6-7
 
   Jul-08-15 Karpov vs Macieja, 2003
 
Ke2: mentioned in Soltis's book What It Takes To Become A Chess Master. an instructive moment on move 33 with forfeiting a strong bishop to improve the knight. and a sudden target on g7 forces a desperation queen trade into a losing endgame.
 
   Jul-04-15 Dubois vs Steinitz, 1862 (replies)
 
Ke2: This site earlier had this game up in place of the current game V Knorre vs Chigorin, 1874 . So according to Edward Winter it's analysis. Regardless this combination is so very Steinitz style. It reminds of some of his analysis in the Greco Gambit for instance. The funny thing about ...
 
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