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TiTi
Member since Aug-26-07
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   TiTi has kibitzed 98 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-10-09 Salov vs Karpov, 1998 (replies)
 
TiTi: Although I can't explain, I found the opening move directly. Seems like a very intuitive move.
 
   Jun-17-09 Tal vs Hjartarson, 1987 (replies)
 
TiTi: 36. Rc5 isn't a sac enough to mention?
 
   Jun-16-09 M Umansky vs The World, 2009 (replies)
 
TiTi: <Be4> reminds me of our Bishop exchanging move from our world game vs Gert Jan Timman. Different circumstances, but it also involved us developing our Bishop, and making a second Bishop move to confront the other Bishop (dark squares though).
 
   Jun-09-09 Rongguang Ye vs Van Wely, 1997 (replies)
 
TiTi: 6. ... c5?? Wouldn't 6. ... c6 be somewhat better? Not that I know much about openings...
 
   Jun-03-09 Tal vs Koblents, 1957 (replies)
 
TiTi: Multi-pin :) [Pronounce like multi-pass from The 5th Element]
 
   May-05-09 Zhaoqin Peng vs A van Weersel, 2005 (replies)
 
TiTi: Good game!
 
   Jan-24-09 Movsesian vs Adams, 2009 (replies)
 
TiTi: I was thinking Bh7, and if Kxh7, then Qe4+ picks up the undefended rook (Kh8 Qxc6). Else, the Bishop picks the rook (Bxg8) winning the exchange. Of course this is probably not best, the game seems to exploit the position better.
 
   Oct-21-08 A Nickel vs The World, 2008 (replies)
 
TiTi: I wonder what happens if we get a tie...
 
   Aug-30-08 Gunsberg vs Chigorin, 1890 (replies)
 
TiTi: White can't play 38. Qxf2?
 
   Aug-26-08 zanshin chessforum (replies)
 
TiTi: <sentriclecub: Hate to say it, but thinking about the growing shortcomings of society, can't help but feeling as a bit of a misanthrope.> It grows on you, but you must fight back! I'm struggling with that each day, for more reasons than the things we are talking about now.
 
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