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PolgarFanGirl
Member since Jun-28-15 · Last seen Jun-11-17
hai :3 I'm sophie. I'm a huge dummy :p
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   PolgarFanGirl has kibitzed 15 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-23-17 Aleksandra Goryachkina (replies)
 
PolgarFanGirl: If she has 3 or more IM norms (and 1 GM norm!!) how is she not an IM? Her FIDE rating's way over 2400.
 
   Sep-15-16 M Bluemich vs Alekhine, 1941 (replies)
 
PolgarFanGirl: I saw 30... f4 31. gf4 Qb5 and I was like ok this pin looks super uncomfortable for white. I was too lazy to calculate (I was like ok imma just play f4 and Qb5 and calculate afterwards (as I often do in my own games.)) I'm glad it's correct and as shown the tactics are all ...
 
   Jun-22-16 chessgames.com chessforum (replies)
 
PolgarFanGirl: Thank you <Annie K.>! (Sorry I didn't see your reply earlier!)
 
   Jun-20-16 M Kobalia vs V Artemiev, 2014
 
PolgarFanGirl: 45... Nd3 is simple tactics (although there is a good chance that I might miss that move in a tournament game anyway bc I'm bad at tactics.)
 
   Jun-19-16 Aleksandr Lenderman (replies)
 
PolgarFanGirl: <Pulo y Gata> it's called 'Hit the Lenderman' (yanno, like 'Hit the Quan' but w Alex Lenderman?) anyone get my reference? Lol
 
   Feb-26-16 E Polihroniade vs Judit Polgar, 1988
 
PolgarFanGirl: Polgar's own book How I Beat Fischer's Record says 27... ♕f3
 
   Feb-16-16 C Baginskaite vs S Chiang, 2013
 
PolgarFanGirl: 35. Ne5 wins easily...
 
   Sep-23-15 S Bercys vs A King, 2012
 
PolgarFanGirl: sorry Alex :c
 
   Aug-21-15 E Vorobiov vs Beshukov, 2002
 
PolgarFanGirl: On move 28, Vorobiov missed a winning tactic: 28. Rxd8! Rxd8 29. Rd1! winning a piece. (That should actually be a POTD ^-^)
 
   Jul-14-15 Kosteniuk vs I Berezina, 2015
 
PolgarFanGirl: 20. ♖xh7+ would have won easily! (To be fair, 20. ♘xe4, along with almost any other sensible looking move, also wins. That's how much better White's position was.)
 
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