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SensibleHippy
Member since Jul-15-09 · Last seen Nov-20-17
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   SensibleHippy has kibitzed 6 times to chessgames  
   Apr-25-12 Team White vs Team Black, 2012 (replies)
 
SensibleHippy: team black Just voted for 3. ... d4, the usual move. I've met this opening a few times over the board as White, but as I am never going to be in this position as Black, it's a new experience. Suppose this is the ...
 
   May-30-10 Portisch vs L Lengyel, 1964 (replies)
 
SensibleHippy: I have really enjoyed the games with the stalemate theme this week! Here is my personal favourite, featuring the late, great Tony Miles: Miles vs M Nedobora, 1994 Position after 40. ... Re2 [DIAGRAM]
 
   May-28-10 A E Post vs Nimzowitsch, 1905 (replies)
 
SensibleHippy: Not sure that this is 'difficult' (Rb8=) - but all this week's positions have been interesting and instructive.
 
   May-26-10 Pribyl vs A Ornstein, 1977 (replies)
 
SensibleHippy: Like a lot of people I found the idea of Rf7+ and Qg6+ to draw very quickly as this seem to be the theme this week. But I do not find these types of problem boring! They demonstrate how easy it is to "switch off" when you have a completely won game and blunder. Playing Black ...
 
   May-25-10 V Titenko vs Murey, 1963 (replies)
 
SensibleHippy: Found 53. ... Qc1+ which is stalemate after 54. Qxc1. If this is the theme this week, there are plenty of good examples to look forward to!
 
   May-06-10 Anand vs Topalov, 2010 (replies)
 
SensibleHippy: Looking forward to the crucial games 9 and 10. Winner of the next decisive game will probably hold on to be World Champion. I favour Topalov at the moment, but if it requires tie-breaks then Anand would be favourite!
 
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