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Sarimanok
Member since Jan-14-03 · Last seen Dec-11-03
A guy from the Philippines. No rating yet. I play chess for fun. My favorite player is Fischer. I like to play the Bishop's opening, Ruy Lopez, Sicilian, Pirc, Modern, and the King's Indian.
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   Sarimanok has kibitzed 169 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-10-03 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
Sarimanok: <talchess2003>what leads you to that assumption?
 
   Dec-10-03 Pillsbury vs Lasker, 1896 (replies)
 
Sarimanok: Thank you Shadout Mapes. It was a very interesting game. Pillsbury exacting revenge to Lasker.
 
   Dec-10-03 Pillsbury vs Lasker, 1904 (replies)
 
Sarimanok: Why not 7...Nxd4?
 
   Dec-10-03 F J Lee vs Lasker, 1899 (replies)
 
Sarimanok: A nice and interesting example of a positional buildup to a fine combination. 37...Rd4 was a very nice move.
 
   Dec-10-03 Robert James Fischer (replies)
 
Sarimanok: <Kaspablanca>Interesting Question, i have no idea.
 
   Dec-08-03 Serafino Dubois (replies)
 
Sarimanok: Maybe he is an Immortal from the Highlander series.
 
   Dec-08-03 Wilhelm Steinitz (replies)
 
Sarimanok: It means that that it is much harder to play good positional chess than to spot a brilliant combination. Accdg to Steinitz.
 
   Dec-08-03 Dubois vs Steinitz, 1862 (replies)
 
Sarimanok: <Shadout Mapes> Thanks for the interesting point.
 
   Dec-07-03 Steinitz vs Mongredien, 1862 (replies)
 
Sarimanok: A nice example on how to exploit inferior play by establishing a strong position. I would prefer 3...Qa5. Then establish a carokann formation.
 
   Dec-07-03 Paulsen vs Morphy, 1857 (replies)
 
Sarimanok: 12...Qd3! is a beautiful move indeed. 12 d3 is called for in order to develop white's dark square bishop. A good lesson on the importance of opening development.
 
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