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Member since Dec-22-10 · Last seen Dec-18-14


I have decided to reorganize my profile, but it could take some time.

I am now keeping track of the Gold Medal Leaders in the Moves Prediction Contest. Please see User: Gold Medal Leaders.

I'd like to thank the user who gave me a year of premium services from 02/14/12-02/14/13. :)


I used to keep track of all the milestones, but there were too many, and some are inaccurate. This section will be updated soon.

Milestone prediction dates:

9,000th kibitz: Monday, March 25, 2015

10,000th kibitz: Wednesday, September 6, 2015


Penguincw's Game Collections

I was about to finish my game collections, but decided that I need a long break from them. To view all my game collections and learn more about them, see here: Game Collection: Table of Contents.


Once again, if anyone's interested in the stats or milestones, view the archived link.


Here are some chess puzzles I composed. I'm not a very strong composer, but they should be fun to solve nevertheless. However, since my forum has closed, a lot of the links are "dead". So, I decided to use one of my game collections for that purpose:

Game Collection: Chess Puzzles

Here's a sample:

White to move, mate in three

click for larger view

Solution: (click on above game collection)


I compete in prediction contests often, and so far, have gotten these medals:

KKRR (2 gold, 2 bronze; currently 33rd most successful)

KKKKKNNNNNBBBBBBBB (5 gold, 5 silver, 8 bronze; currently 10th greatest all time)

KKR (2 gold, 1 bronze; currently 15th most incredible overall performance)

KKKKKKKKKNNNNNRRRBBBBBBBB (9 gold, 5 silver, 11 bronze; currently 10th best)

Updated through Sinquefield Cup 2014.

YouRang's contest: User: YouRang

chessmoron's contest (hosted by OhioChessFan): User: OhioChessFan

lostemperor's contest: User: lostemperor


Here are some links I find helpful.

Statistics Page: Statistics Page Forum: User:


More links will be added as time progresses.


Here are some of my favourite posts around the site (no reason given to some):

Probably my most useful post to date: Kibitzer's Café

SwitchingQuylthulg chessforum chessforum

YouRang describes his Hall of Fame (which I am in): YouRang chessforum

A post good enough to make the Memorable Quotes Forum (not sure how though): OhioChessFan chessforum

More posts will be added as time progresses.

>> Click here to see Penguincw's game collections.
   Current net-worth: 4,919 chessbucks
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   Penguincw has kibitzed 8573 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-18-14 Anderssen vs Staunton, 1851 (replies)
Penguincw: If I were to travel to the 19th century (pre-Steinitz) and face a strong player (ex. Anderseen), in response to 1.e4, I'd probably play 1...c5 or something to try to get them offtrack. Unfortunately, this game proves otherwise...
   Dec-18-14 Nijboer vs A Zhigalko, 2004 (replies)
Penguincw: Yes! I got this Thursday puzzle (probably the first time ever). 31.h5 and the threat is to mate by taking on g6. If black takes on h5, white will take back with mate. If 31...Bxg5, then simply 32.hxg6+ Bh6 33.Rxh6+ gxh6 34.Qxh6# 1-0. I didn't calculate 31...Qf5+, but I don't think
   Dec-17-14 Jobava vs G Arzumanian, 1999 (replies)
Penguincw: Darn it! I got 33.Rxg6+ Kxg6 34.Nh4+ and stopped there, not because I couldn't find the followup, but because I actually thought that was checkmate.
   Dec-16-14 William Schill (replies)
Penguincw: Schill has another cg account now: FM William Schill chessforum .
   Dec-16-14 7krzem7 chessforum (replies)
   Dec-16-14 T Farley vs W Teerapabpaisit, 2004 (replies)
Penguincw: (facepalm) I should've spent more time on this puzzle, as 39.Rxg7 is not the answer.
   Dec-15-14 P Vavra vs V Slezka, 1994 (replies)
Penguincw: Yay Mondays! 29...Rxd1+ followed by 30...Qxb2# 0-1. Although white can prevent mate on b2 by using moves such as Rb3 or c3, there's only one problem: the white king is in check, and white has to do something about <that> problem.
   Dec-14-14 chessforum (replies)
Penguincw: Just a small correction that I'm pretty sure the user mentioned would appreciate. :) < and Travis Bickel = VIABLE TRICKS. >
   Dec-14-14 Caruana vs Nakamura, 2014 (replies)
Penguincw: 36.R2e6. Nice exchange sac by Caruana.
   Dec-14-14 Adams vs Anand, 2014 (replies)
Penguincw: < Classical games: Viswanathan Anand beat Michael Adams 18 to 6, with 36 draws. > And the domination continues.
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