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Omnipotent00001
Member since Sep-26-16 · Last seen Nov-16-18
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   Omnipotent00001 has kibitzed 136 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-22-18 Diep vs Jonny, 2004
 
Omnipotent00001: theoretical draw according to the Moscow State University comp, plays 78...Nc7 and no way to make progress for either side, esp. white. No knockout blow
 
   Jun-22-18 Chess Tiger vs Diep, 2000
 
Omnipotent00001: Why are progs from the 1990's playing the KID anyhow? like they'd understand anything GM level ! g6 in the opening is a move I'll never understand. play e6 , luft for the bishop IOW QID if at all possible.
 
   Jun-22-18 Mohishunder vs Cochrane, 1851
 
Omnipotent00001: Final Position: If all that's done is racing the pawns then White will take on f2=pawn or f1Q from square f8, either way. simply march the a-pawn to queen when black has nothing at all.
 
   Jun-22-18 Ant vs Diep, 2006
 
Omnipotent00001: I played here 5...Castles , and my opponent played a silly move. After my 6th I had already obtained a miniscule advantage.
 
   Jun-22-18 Ant (Computer) (replies)
 
Omnipotent00001: I don't know much about Ant. what's the rating? strengths/weaknesses
 
   Jun-22-18 Robert James Fischer (replies)
 
Omnipotent00001: Dr. Charles Krauthammer was a Harvard-trained psychiatrist http://bobbyfischer.net/bobby23.html
 
   Jun-22-18 Pavel Blatny
 
Omnipotent00001: He's older than anybody !!!
 
   Jun-19-18 Carlsen vs Aronian, 2009 (replies)
 
Omnipotent00001: 52...Rxe5 is draw
 
   Jun-18-18 Kramnik vs Gelfand, 2007 (replies)
 
Omnipotent00001: 54. fxg4 is mate in 24.
 
   Jun-18-18 A Giri vs N Grandelius, 2014
 
Omnipotent00001: 73. Ne4 mates in 25 moves.
 
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