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Nova
Member since Aug-22-10 · Last seen Dec-13-17
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   Nova has kibitzed 143 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-03-17 Averbakh vs Bondarevsky, 1948
 
Nova: Wow, excellent comments! Thank you <eaglewing> and <Petrosianic>!
 
   Jul-06-17 Lautier vs M Gurevich, 1993
 
Nova: According to <Howard>, this game is "one of Lautier's most memorable games." This last-round victory over Gurevich in the 1993 Biel interzonal gave Lautier a place in the 1994 Candidates. Seemingly it involves some deep preparation in a QGD. I must say I don't like Black's ...
 
   Jul-06-17 Kamsky vs Lautier, 1993
 
Nova: Beautiful White attack! It is astonishing how Black's kingside is ripped to shreds with White sacrifices, yet he is still able to mate with Queen and Bishop!
 
   Jul-03-17 George Grasser
 
Nova: <zanzibar> haha good observation! It's like correspondence chess...but for conversation ;)
 
   Jun-23-17 Kramnik vs Junior, 2000
 
Nova: Is this Kramnik's famous Stonewall beats computer game?? If so this should be a GOTD! Pun suggestions? "Stonewall Kramnik"
 
   Jun-23-17 Fritz vs E F Pecci, 2001
 
Nova: Has anyone ever beat a computer faster than this??
 
   Jun-08-17 J G Nicholson vs H Noordhoek, 2007
 
Nova: White had the initiative through the entire game until 20Rxh2+! came thundering down on the board. Surprising considering how quickly that turned!
 
   May-29-17 Huynh Mai Phuong Dung vs T Nguyen, 2005 (replies)
 
Nova: <patzer2> and <Once> is there a GOOT game collection (perhaps put together from POTDs)? If not someone should start one!
 
   Mar-24-17 Silman vs Smyslov, 1976 (replies)
 
Nova: <ToTheDeath> Do you have that game to show? Loved your description - very fun to read!
 
   Mar-19-17 Karpov vs Ponomariov, 2007 (replies)
 
Nova: Why didn't White play 23. Bxc4 dxc4 24. Rxc4, winning a pawn? I don't see Black's compensation, besides 24...Nd5 blockading the d-pawn. Is there something deeper here that I'm missing?
 
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