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The Wanderer
Member since Jul-05-13 · Last seen Feb-09-17
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   The Wanderer has kibitzed 84 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-15-17 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
The Wanderer: 1 d4 g6 2 e4 e6 3 Nf3 d5 4 Nc3 dxe4 5 Nxe4 Be7 6 Bc4 Bd7 7 O-O Bc6 8 Qe2 Nf6 9 Neg5 Bd5 10 Ne5 O-O 11 Qd3 Bxc4 12 Qxc4 Nd5 13 Nxh7 Kxh7 14 Bf4 Nxf4 15 Qd3 Nxd3 16 Rad1 Nxe5 17 Rfe1 0-1
 
   Oct-22-13 Unive Crown Group (2013) (replies)
 
The Wanderer: No, you're still on ignore. I'm third!
 
   Jul-11-13 Argue (replies)
 
The Wanderer: What's this page I've stumbled on? A place to argue who is wrong? Please hear me out, I won't be long. ... ... Never mind.
 
   Jul-11-13 Odd Lie (replies)
 
The Wanderer: Neat finish. Reminds me of my immortal game. Drunken knight - Wandering king 1.e4 e5 2.f4 exf4 3.Ne2 Qh4+ 4.Ke2 <With nowhere else to go, my king hitches a ride on my horsie.> 4... Ne7 <My opponent prepares the same maneuver.> 5.Kxe8 "Good game." ...
 
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Kibitzer's Corner
Oct-30-16  sea otter: Want a game? You get 2 points per turn. It costs points to move a piece. 4 points to move a rook or queen. (you can store points to prepare an attack, only one move per turn of course.) 3 points to move a bishop. 2 points to move a horse. 1 point to move a pawn. it costs no points to move a king.. but if you want to castle let's say that costs 4 points.
Oct-30-16  sea otter: Hold on, I want to change the scoring. (btw, this challenge isn't for The Wanderer.)

2 points to move a rook. 3 points to move a knight or bishop. all else the same. except castling - that'll be 2 or 3. your choice.

Oct-30-16  sea otter: I'll go first. 1.c4


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White has one point.

Oct-30-16  Schwartz: 1...c6


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Black has one point.

Oct-31-16  sea otter: 2.d4


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White has two points.

Oct-31-16  Schwartz: 2...d5


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Black has two points.

Nov-01-16  sea otter: 3.b3


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White has three points.

Nov-09-16  Schwartz: 3...f6
Nov-12-16  Schwartz:


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Black has three points.

Nov-14-16  sea otter: 4.Nf3


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White has two points.

Nov-16-16  Schwartz: 4...g6


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Black has four points.

Nov-26-16  sea otter: 5.Bb2


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White has one point.

Nov-28-16  Schwartz: 5...Bg7


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Black has three points.

Nov-29-16  sea otter: 6.e3


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White has two points.

Nov-30-16  Schwartz: 6...dxc4


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Black has four points.

Dec-03-16  sea otter: 7.bxc4


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White has three points.

Dec-06-16  Schwartz: 7...b6


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Black has five points.

Dec-21-16  sea otter: 8 Be2
Dec-21-16  sea otter:


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Dec-24-16  Schwartz: 8 h5


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Black has six points.

Dec-24-16  Schwartz: Let's make castling cost three points.
Jan-08-17  sea otter: 9 a4


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White has three points.

Jan-08-17  sea otter: 1.c4 c6 2.d4 d5 3.b3 f6 4.Nf3 g6 5.Bb2 Bg7 6.e3 dxc4 7.bxc4 b6 8.Be2 h5 9.a4

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