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Muttley101
Member since Aug-18-16 · Last seen Nov-19-18
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   Muttley101 has kibitzed 139 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-13-18 Svidler vs Korchnoi, 1996
 
Muttley101: <secondratemoves> Perhaps you are unaware that Korchnoi was legendary for disparaging people who beat him. You weren't a member of the elite of the chess world if Korchnoi hadn't insulted you after losing to you. So Svidler's comment was made in this context. Regarding ...
 
   Oct-29-18 C Stanetzek vs M Lubbe, 2018
 
Muttley101: Played through this one. White looks a lot better to me if he'd played 21. h5, which was my reaction after 20 ... Nd5. I don't see an easy development plan for black then.
 
   Oct-20-18 Spassky vs Fischer, 1972 (replies)
 
Muttley101: <harrylime: After the loss in game 11 Bobby went into CRUISING MODE ... After all , he'd already given/gifted Boris a two game head start ... So gotta say these games in this match after game 11 are Bobby just coasting and not the true hungry Bobby.> Fischer coasting after ...
 
   Oct-18-18 D Howell vs T Nyback, 2010 (replies)
 
Muttley101: <Walter Glattke: 21.-g6 22.Qc1 (whiteshark) Nxc4 23.Bh6 Be6 24.Bxf8 Qxf8 parries g7. 23.Qxc4 Be6. 22.h4 h5 threatens Bg4, so only 21.-g6 should be played.> I thought whiteshark's idea after Qc1 was Bg1, when it is difficult to defend against Qh6 directly. What is your reply
 
   Oct-02-18 I Chirila vs A Korobov, 2018
 
Muttley101: <An Englishman: Good Evening: One possible finish consists of 30.Qxe4,Rd2+; 31.Kg1,Bd5 and 32....Rg2+; 33.Kh1 and a Rook discovered check to win the White Queen, unless 33...Qe6 is even better.> 30. Q:e4 Rd2+ 31. Kg1 Qc5+ is simpler.
 
   Aug-21-18 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
Muttley101: Thanks jith1207, there are too many comments in this thread to work through. Need to join to support this website's work. It's wonderful.
 
   Jul-06-18 Karpov vs Sznapik, 1986 (replies)
 
Muttley101: <sofouuk: <Karpov played other good attacks against the Dragon> he sure did :-) including this masterpiece, for anyone who hasn't seen it for a while Karpov vs Korchnoi, 1974> I appreciate this comment is from last year, but nonetheless it should be appreciated that ...
 
   Jul-01-18 J Enevoldsen vs Geller, 1966 (replies)
 
Muttley101: <Diademas: Nice reminiscent. Enevoldsen wrote the first chess book I ever read. Bobby Fischers vej til VM [Bobby Fischer's Road to the World Championship] . I have no idea why anyone should need that information.> Finally, my life is complete.
 
   Jun-13-18 Jonathan D Sarfati (replies)
 
Muttley101: For those who want to read more: Kuhn's book on "Scientfic Revolutions" is excellent. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_S... Or, the abridged version: "Scientists are human."
 
   Jun-13-18 W So vs Mamedyarov, 2018 (replies)
 
Muttley101: <JRaul: iking: How does white win?> The K+P ending that results after ... Q:d5 is winning for white. In the end, black loses Pg6.
 
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