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Slurpeeman
Member since Jul-05-08 · Last seen Feb-20-14
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   Slurpeeman has kibitzed 124 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-26-14 S Williams vs The World, 2013 (replies)
 
Slurpeeman: I am quite amused by how all you can do in response to my (politely stated!) claims is point fingers back at me rather than address the issue. I encourage you to bark back and go back to hiding behind your "so-called" study of chess --don't attempt greater terrains, the dogged ...
 
   Dec-30-13 I Nei vs Petrosian, 1960 (replies)
 
Slurpeeman: <Classical> instead of spilling incoherent observations that don't lead to real insight into this particular position, leave the analysis to stronger players. Your comment about his lack of international tournament experience - many Soviet GMs became such without playing ...
 
   May-29-13 Morozevich vs Caruana, 2013 (replies)
 
Slurpeeman: I didn't see this mentioned in here, so thought it would be good to point out what I saw during the game and what the commentator and the players supposedly missed: after the knight/exchange sacrifice, White can play Qh6 and on QxN play Nf5 check forcing the perpetual as the king
 
   Apr-28-11 Nakamura vs A J Goldsby, 2003 (replies)
 
Slurpeeman: <Helloween> and <The Focus> are both right. In social psychology, our behaviour is called a "downward (towards Goldsby's level) social comparison", which, although comforting, is maladaptive. LET's BOYCOTT AJ!!! SEE HOW LONG HE LASTS
 
   Apr-09-11 Karpov vs Kiril D Georgiev, 1994 (replies)
 
Slurpeeman: <David 2009> Yes there is inded a win (which I missed because I only considered Rxe5 instead of Rxf8+ due to Nf3, it just didn't occur to me to move the queen out of the way). So I found the win in the endgame position bentley found, and my line starts with g5, then h-pawn ...
 
   Jul-04-10 K Lie vs Svidler, 2009
 
Slurpeeman: <larsen> svidler was already quite lost by 25th move (major blunder seems to be b5) + Rybka 2.2 (32b) recommends Be6 instead of cxd after White pushes d3-d4. Qd7 is once again a blunder by Svidler. I'm guessing White was in severe time trouble, otherwise Black would've lost
 
   Apr-27-10 Wesley So (replies)
 
Slurpeeman: Why hasn't anyone thought of a short So-Carlsen match? would be interesting to see
 
   Apr-24-10 Anand - Topalov World Chess Championship (2010) (replies)
 
Slurpeeman: Had the FIDE not been an entertainment establishment scumbags like Topalov would not be allowed to compete for the world title. However, here we are following a 2010 WCC match 4 years after Topalov (he is equally responsible along with his jackal manager) decided to play mind ...
 
   Apr-06-10 Smyslov vs Bronstein, 1962 (replies)
 
Slurpeeman: b3?? is the only serious mistake on white's part, but that was enough. My engine gives 21.c4 g6 22. h2 g5 23. Rf3 h6. etc. at depth 22 with a score of (+0.45) for White Smyslov resigned a move later, indicating that White's 21st move was simply an oversight. Moreover, 5...d5? is ...
 
   Mar-31-10 Portisch vs Smyslov, 1964 (replies)
 
Slurpeeman: got it immediately. Easier than yesterday's IMO
 
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