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PizzatheHut
Member since Jul-13-03 · Last seen Mar-23-17
"Jesus said to them, 'I am the way, the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father but through me'." John 14:6

   PizzatheHut has kibitzed 687 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-23-17 E Cordova vs A Ipatov, 2017
 
PizzatheHut: <tamar> Appreciate the reply, and agree that it's a probing move (and a good one at that).
 
   Nov-29-16 D E Cori Tello vs Kramnik, 2015 (replies)
 
PizzatheHut: If anyone else is curious as to why 18. Nxd4 isn't playable, here's why. I had to play around with the engine to figure it out. If <18. Nxd4, then 18...b4 19. Ne2 (or really any knight move) Be4> and the queen is lost. Black already had a large advantage at this point, ...
 
   Oct-30-15 L Popov vs I Rogers, 1986 (replies)
 
PizzatheHut: <Rookiepawn> I think 47...Rc3 followed by 48...Rxb3 wins the knight and the e3 and e5 pawns are defended.
 
   Mar-22-13 Tarjan vs J M Hodgson, 1983 (replies)
 
PizzatheHut: <M.Hassan>, 13...Be7 allows a forced mate with 14.Qh7+ Kxg5 15.Ne4+ Kg4 16.Qh3#.
 
   Oct-22-12 I Rozum vs Dreev, 2010
 
PizzatheHut: Dreev is such a stud in the Slav. 18.Bd4 is a really nice idea to exchange bishops.
 
   Sep-18-12 Andreev vs Alekhine, 1909
 
PizzatheHut: What is the idea behind move 22...Rf5? I can't figure out what Alekhine was planning, and I can't see a threat from white he's reacting to. Anyone got any ideas?
 
   Aug-10-12 Keres vs V Petrov, 1940 (replies)
 
PizzatheHut: How does white continue on 19...Nxd3+ followed by 20...Bxe6?
 
   Feb-24-12 S Slipak vs F Braga, 1998 (replies)
 
PizzatheHut: Would someone be so kind as to post the numerical engine evaluation for the line <29. Rxf6 gxf6 30. g4 Qh3 31. Qd4 Qxf3 32. Qxf6 Qg4+ 33. Bg3>?
 
   Feb-10-12 H Teske vs Shirov, 1995 (replies)
 
PizzatheHut: Shirov's ability to turn even the most notoriously quiet variations into tactical battles is so entertaining. I love his style.
 
   Jan-26-12 I Novikov vs Dreev, 1990
 
PizzatheHut: This game is freaking nuts.
 
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