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caballos2
Member since Oct-26-03 · Last seen Nov-07-06
Wim Broekaert, Belgium

   caballos2 has kibitzed 98 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-28-05 Boleslavsky vs Kasparian, 1947 (replies)
 
caballos2: -gamy is derived from the Greek verb gameo, which means 'to marry'. poly- is Greek for 'much'. So sex has little to do with the etymology of polygamy.
 
   Aug-30-05 Shirov vs Svidler, 1997 (replies)
 
caballos2: Nice final attack, although Shirov played an extremely risky line. Once black is able to counter the white aggression, the king on g1 is too vulnerable to survive.
 
   Jul-02-05 Maroczy vs Leonhardt, 1920
 
caballos2: It's a shame black missed the mating finale, after a tremendously played attack. I wonder if 22...Bd4 was the right decision, exchanging a piece that contribuated to the weakness of the white king.
 
   May-06-05 Keene vs G Ligterink, 1981 (replies)
 
caballos2: What if Black refuses to take the rook on move 29? I know alternatives are very difficult, but still...
 
   May-04-05 Anand vs Vaisser, 1994 (replies)
 
caballos2: 9.Ne4 obviously wasn't the best option.
 
   May-04-05 Steinitz vs H Czarnowski, 1867 (replies)
 
caballos2: Although one has to say black played like a patzer...
 
   Apr-29-05 I Gudju vs F Jonet, 1924
 
caballos2: After your suggestion 9...Be7, isn't Qxd5 quite good?
 
   Apr-26-05 Korchnoi vs Ribli, 1988 (replies)
 
caballos2: I don't think white had a straight win, mahmoud. If so, what "special move" do you mean? And what does Jodem mean?
 
   Apr-20-05 E Schiller vs Zacher, 1973 (replies)
 
caballos2: Nice king hunt, though black really screwed up his opening.
 
   Apr-20-05 Garry Kasparov (replies)
 
caballos2: I'm curious who will sponsor the event and for how much? Maybe Kasparov is interested? ;-)
 
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