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Taidanii
Member since Dec-14-03 · Last seen Nov-16-17
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   Taidanii has kibitzed 329 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-16-17 Anderssen vs Dufresne, 1852 (replies)
 
Taidanii: 17. Nf6+ is a pretty terrible blunder. It appears to be the 2nd worst blunder of the game by analysis. Play should continue 17. Ng3 Qh6. 18 Rad1 O-O 19 Bc1 and the black queens days are numbered. Stockfish gives a 7 point swing because of 17. Nf6+. It simply equalizes for black. ...
 
   May-19-04 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
Taidanii: For those of you who use Chessmaster 9000 I have a question. For the certain players you can select to play (Capablanca, Fischer, Alekhine etc.) how accurate are each players program to the actual player in real life?
 
   May-18-04 N Jasnogrodsky vs Louis Schmidt, 1893 (replies)
 
Taidanii: Who are these losers? Blunder after blunder and no early resignation.
 
   May-11-04 M Walter vs G Nagy, 1924 (replies)
 
Taidanii: That's impressive.
 
   Apr-29-04 Alexander Morozevich (replies)
 
Taidanii: How old is Alexander?
 
   Apr-16-04 77th St. Petersburg Championship (2004) (replies)
 
Taidanii: What was a 2281 player doing in this tournament?
 
   Apr-14-04 Granda Zuniga vs L Rojas, 2004 (replies)
 
Taidanii: <ConLaMismaMano> Why was that stated? Are you implying that it's uncommon?
 
   Apr-12-04 Timman vs Van Wely, 2004 (replies)
 
Taidanii: 28. Nxh5 could create very interesting variations.
 
   Apr-12-04 Lembit Oll (replies)
 
Taidanii: This guy certainly played with the best of them.
 
   Apr-08-04 Ruy Lopez, Closed, Smyslov Defense (C93) (replies)
 
Taidanii: Why is 9...h6 even being considered over 9...Na5?
 
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