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beginner64
Member since Feb-23-07 · Last seen Oct-08-10
Chess beginner
~1600

   beginner64 has kibitzed 234 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-01-10 Illescas Cordoba vs Nakamura, 2003 (replies)
 
beginner64: The solution is really very simple. It was the question that was so difficult for me. I am thinking of City Slickers. I sure could ask some of you to explain how to have thought through this answer, but I can imagine someone getting frustrated and saying: "Shut up! Just shut up! ...
 
   Sep-28-10 M M de Ley vs Julio Bolbochan, 1952 (replies)
 
beginner64: 23... h5, and rook has nowhere to go. Black wins an exchange. But, on 27. h4, what is wrong with 27.. Qxh4
 
   Sep-27-10 A Burns vs Blackburne, 1885 (replies)
 
beginner64: <Once>All good points. There is nothing left for me to say. <Patriot>Ditto.
 
   Jul-13-10 R Vera vs J Becerra Rivero, 1996
 
beginner64: Please add me to the list of people who found the puzzle too easy but are mesmerized by 31. Nf5+. Thanks to once, twice and 3 times, I think I am beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel now. @kevin86: No, we don't have two Mondays this week. We had a Tuesday ...
 
   Jul-12-10 NN vs Blackburne, 1871 (replies)
 
beginner64: Almost didn't get it, and then solved it only by knowing it was a Monday puzzle. I really don't have any reasonable expectation of being able to find this kind of combination OTB.
 
   Dec-14-09 T Nyback vs U Von Herman, 2009 (replies)
 
beginner64: 20. Qxh5 of course jumps out, since the queen cannot be captured. But, after 20..h6, white is in an interesting soup. Neither of h6, g6 pawns are able to take the free hanging fruit in front of them, but now, 21..Qxg5 is a clear threat to white. 21. Ndf3 solves that problem, as ...
 
   Jun-06-09 Anand vs Ivanchuk, 1993 (replies)
 
beginner64: It was trivial to see that 23. Qxc6 or Qxa6 loses to 23..Qd1+, losing the rook. So, 23. Rxb7 and the sequence of steps till move 27 is clear. I paused there to think what was the right 28th move, but could not come up with Bb5! Brilliant. I thought the move would be to leave the ...
 
   Jan-05-09 NN vs Zukertort, 1868 (replies)
 
beginner64: <YouRang: ...>Actually, I found your comment and the presented case pretty amusing funny. Bring more on - next time, I am sure others would have been already prepared of your sense of humor. On the game note, yeah, this Monday I found to be the easiest Monday in many ...
 
   Jan-04-09 J Heissler vs Kasimdzhanov, 1999 (replies)
 
beginner64: The only thing worthwhile that I have to add is that 40. Rc7 was a very surprising move from Heissler. All his previous moves had suggested to me that he knew that he could not move either rook off the 1st and second ranks.
 
   Dec-31-08 Dusan Rajkovic vs M O Jovanovic, 2008 (replies)
 
beginner64: Ok, the first thing I notice about the position is that Qxg6 is playable. Kxg6 may not lead to mate, but at least a good position for white. That is, black will be able to stave off mate only by giving back the queen. Another thing I notice is that there is an interesting ...
 
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