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UdayanOwen
Member since Nov-26-07 · Last seen Nov-17-16
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   UdayanOwen has kibitzed 283 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-11-09 I Nepomniachtchi vs A A Kharitonov, 2009 (replies)
 
UdayanOwen: 25.Ngxf7 Rxf7 26.Qh6 Kg8 27.Nxf7 Kxf7 28.Bxd5, and white will be up an exchange and 2 pawns after either 28...Nxd5 29.Qxh7 and 30.Qxb7, or 28...Bxd5 29.Qxh7 and 30.Qxc7
 
   May-27-08 Geller vs P Ostojic, 1969 (replies)
 
UdayanOwen: Ah, another grand example to demonstrate that even super GM's can be disastrously fallible. Geller was considered one of the world's most brilliant tacticians.... And he allowed this!!! There is hope for us all!!!
 
   May-17-08 Taimanov vs Kaidanov, 1988 (replies)
 
UdayanOwen: <johnlspouge: <<UdayanOwen> wrote: John of course you are right in dismissing Steiner's view.> I wrote very deliberately. How did you infer that I was dismissing it?> When you said, now back to something non-trivial, I thought you meant back to the ...
 
   May-14-08 I Gudju vs Bogdanovsky, 1926 (replies)
 
UdayanOwen: <SpoiltVictorianChild: I really don't get 7.Nc3 After 7...dxc3, what does white have? Bxd5, f5 and I think black is getting annoying> When playing quickly through the game, I thought about this briefly too, and wasn't so sure how white was going to be OK. When you posed the
 
   May-12-08 R Grau vs V Fernandez Coria, 1924 (replies)
 
UdayanOwen: Oh yeah, and <mostlyaveragejoe> I'll be getting that avatar working soon :>)
 
   Apr-14-08 Dake vs A De Burca, 1935 (replies)
 
UdayanOwen: And <Johnlspouge> is on the right track.... Most of the .00037 seconds was the reaction time, after completing the puzzle, for my brain to send a message to my thumb and and for my thumb to stop the clock.
 
   Mar-27-08 Shumov vs Kolisch, 1862 (replies)
 
UdayanOwen: I'd just like to add a thought to the discussion about why everyone's missing 24...Rd2. I don't know that it is just the transition from vertical to horizontal. After all, we worked out 23...Qe2 attacking on the rank. And I'll bet that if the white d-rook was instead on a1, just ...
 
   Mar-23-08 E Mortensen vs J Rodgaard, 1980 (replies)
 
UdayanOwen: 21.Ng5. I hope that was short enough. Now I'm just waiting for someone to tell me I didn't get it cos I didn't see all the variations :-) Happy easter everyone
 
   Mar-22-08 W Grimshaw vs A Love, 1886 (replies)
 
UdayanOwen: <playground player: I do hate to see the 19th century masters dissed, just because they weren't trying to pad their resumes with draws.> Hi playground player, sorry to upset you with my dissing.... However, my criticism was based not on the lack of drawishness in their ...
 
   Mar-21-08 G Sigurjonsson vs L Ogaard, 1978 (replies)
 
UdayanOwen: Thankyou to the numerous people here who have reminded me about freedom of speech, and the value of long posts. Why should I bend to <aazqua's> selfish demands? The practices on this site certainly should not hinge on <aazqua's> personal needs only. The final ...
 
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