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TTLump
Member since Oct-26-05 · Last seen Feb-07-09
58 YO, former rated player (1450). Have not played tournament chess for over 20 years.

I like Alekhine because he is one of the few great player's whose ideas I sometimes understand, just playing through his games.

I like Bobby Fischer because he was in his prime and generating a LOT of excitement in the chess world while I was just starting to play chess somewhat seriously.

My current goal is to learn more about computer chess and perhaps begin playing some correspondence chess.

I am a computer software analyst by day, and a proud Grandpa ALL the time ...


   TTLump has kibitzed 361 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-04-07 TheAlchemist chessforum (replies)
 
TTLump: wow, what a difference two little moves can make since I last checked in! Has anyone looked at 20.gxf7+ ? It seems to cause us some difficulties at first glance ...
 
   Feb-16-07 TTLump chessforum (replies)
 
TTLump: <brankat: Do You still visit Your forum, on occasion? :-)> Apparently "on occasion". I should try to get back here more often but as you can see almost 2 weeks passed and no-one posted until you.
 
   Jan-21-07 achieve chessforum (replies)
 
TTLump: is this where we discuss anlaysis, opening lines, specific move strategy, etc. and then vote for the moves? If so, how does that differ from <the Alchemist> forum?
 
   Jan-21-07 brankat chessforum (replies)
 
TTLump: <Brankat> I think it might be helpful if we had a more concise explanation of the purpose, rules, etc. for using the three different forums that you list in the profile. I for one, am not sure what we would actually discuss in THIS forum, since we already have two other forums ...
 
   Jan-21-07 Dutch (A80) (replies)
 
TTLump: <TheAlchemist: <TTLump> It would probably be best to just continue developing with 4...Bg7, and treating it like a normal Leningrad (with O-O, d6, c6, Nc6, Qe8, Nbd7, you have many options) with an extra tempo, which can't be that bad :-)> that makes me feel pretty good, ...
 
   Jan-20-07 Y Shulman vs The World, 2007 (replies)
 
TTLump: <Sneaky: <TTLump:><1. d4 f5 2. c3 Nf6 3. Nf3 g6 4. c4 ... There are quite a few occurances of this position with WHITE to move, but none with Black to move! See Opening Explorer for some examples> here is the link to the Opening Explorer page for the position after ...
 
   Jan-16-07 chesstoplay chessforum (replies)
 
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   Jan-14-07 The World vs A Nickel, 2006 (replies)
 
TTLump: Wow! I go on vacation for a week and what do I find on my return?! Congrats to the World Team, especially those who spent hours, days, weeks, (months?) analyzing positions, organizing the fora, keeping the peace, and ensuring a credible result on behalf of us all. This has been an ...
 
   Jan-03-07 RandomVisitor chessforum (replies)
 
TTLump: slightly off topic, but has anyone else here ever used or still use Chess Genius Classic 7.138R ? I have not used Rybka or Fritz, so I have no way to compare it against these. Does anyone know of any site where chess engines are compared/compete with each other, etc?
 
   Dec-23-06 themadhair chessforum (replies)
 
TTLump: <isemeria: On p. 962 <Thorsson> gives the following line: 44...Kf6 45.Kg3 g5 46.h4 gxh4+ 47.Kxh4 Kg6 48.Kg3 Kf5 49.Kf3 Ke6 (Kg5 50.Rxd5+) 50.Kf4 Kf6 (Kd7 51.Kg5 wins too) 51.Rb1> Thorsson's line looks very convincing, and after analyzing a couple of variations that ...
 
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