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PawnOfTheDead
Member since Sep-30-04 · Last seen Apr-23-14
Zombie turned club chess player, I find playing the beautiful game keeps my mind off my excrutiating desire for human flesh. Anyone fancy popping round mine for a quick meal, sorry match?

   PawnOfTheDead has kibitzed 49 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-29-11 Hoang Thi Bao Tram vs Xu Tong, 2011 (replies)
 
PawnOfTheDead: <Alphonse1973> I see now. You are right. He goes for the b6 mate.
 
   Jul-03-10 Anand vs Kasimdzhanov, 2005 (replies)
 
PawnOfTheDead: Thanks zanshin. I was right. There was a big flaw!
 
   Jun-14-10 Karjakin vs Sutovsky, 2010 (replies)
 
PawnOfTheDead: Fantastic game, full of great tactics. Black had the initiative for a lot of the game but white eventually prevailed, thanks to his passed pawn on the kingside.
 
   Jun-06-10 Bagirov vs W Kruszynski, 1993
 
PawnOfTheDead: Black finds a pretty way to lose the game, just when it appeared he was about to equalise.
 
   Apr-17-10 Petrosian vs Gligoric, 1959 (replies)
 
PawnOfTheDead: <TheBish>In your main line, rather than 49...Rxf6, can't black play Kxg7 with a drawish looking ending. I can't see a clear route to victory in the final position but i have probably missed something.
 
   Feb-15-09 Rybka vs Tzunami, 2008 (replies)
 
PawnOfTheDead: What an amazing game. Black's queen was lured into the corner, never to emerge again.
 
   Mar-14-07 Wang Yue vs Ponomariov, 2005 (replies)
 
PawnOfTheDead: <notyetagm>Black can stop Rh4# by playing Rxf4, allowing his king to escape to g5. Actually 41 Rh1 was a mistake and deserves a ? and not a !. Much better is 41 Re5. Then there is a forced mate in two. If 41... Rxf3, then 42 Be2+ Rf3. Now 43 Bxf3 is mate, because g5 is ...
 
   Jan-26-07 Shirov vs Sakaev, 1986
 
PawnOfTheDead: This is an absolutely amazing finish by Shirov. The position after 33 Rf8 is incredible. Black seems to have lots of options but unfortunately for him all of them lose. It is diffiult enough working this out with the position on the board in front of you. Working it out ...
 
   Dec-28-06 G Fridstein vs Aronin, 1949 (replies)
 
PawnOfTheDead: What happens after 38... Kh8? I can't see a quick mate or even a massive material gain.
 
   Nov-27-06 Kramnik - Deep Fritz (2006) (replies)
 
PawnOfTheDead: This is getting pretty damn exciting now! It will be interesting to see whether Kramnick's play on the queen side will be stronger than Fritz's gamble on the king side. I like Kramnick's position but it has suddenly become a lot more tactical and that can only aid the ...
 
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