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Willber G
Member since Dec-26-09 · Last seen Jun-25-18
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   Willber G has kibitzed 850 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-06-18 B Adhiban vs D Andreikin, 2017 (replies)
Willber G: <trolley.813: What's wrong with 41. h3:g4 instead of 41. Kf3-e3?> 41...f/hxg4+ opens up a file for the black rook to get to the 8th rank and stop the white pawn queening.
   May-29-18 W Jacobusse vs S Potter, 2008 (replies)
Willber G: <Mayankk: I think it should have been 25, White to move. Eliminate the defending knight first and then sac our Rook. With the Black knight already eliminated, the Rook sac is probably at an easy Monday level.> I agree.
   May-28-18 M Elgohary vs K Elfelo, 2008 (replies)
Willber G: <ChessHigherCat: Wham, bam, no thank you ma'am!>
   May-21-18 S Maroroa vs A Diamant, 2018 (replies)
Willber G: <Once: ... And yet a couple of moves later white forgets about the threat and walks into it. I'm guessing time trouble.> Yep, both points raised by <landshark> earlier.
   May-17-18 C Hoogendijk vs A A Marguerite, 2008
Willber G: <Walter Glattke: 21.-Rxf2+ 22.Kxf2 Rf8+? 23.Ke2 Qg3+ 24.Be3, queen guarded, white wins.> 23...Qg3 is not check if the K is on e2.
   May-14-18 F Beltz vs A Guerrero Rodriguez, 2008 (replies)
Willber G: <WorstPlayerEver: Weird. No one tried 32. Rf6+ Kg7> Not that weird considering that it lets black off the hook.
   May-10-18 V K Neverov vs M Debarshi, 2017 (replies)
Willber G: <messachess: It's worse for me than missing this one. I couldn't get yesterdays and never looked it up. Any help?> Here is a link if that's any use: C Bleis vs K Haznedaroglu, 2005
   Apr-06-18 Kenneth S Rogoff (replies)
Willber G: <keypusher: <Colonel> from the article: <So it came to pass that 71 years ago today, 88 Nazi scientists arrived in the United States and were promptly put to work for Uncle Sam.> Article was from November 2016. Japan surrendered in September 1945. You do the ...
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