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   catlover has kibitzed 416 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-22-17 Kosteniuk vs Shiqun Ni, 2017 (replies)
catlover: "Russian Game"? It looks like a reversed Berlin Defense.
   Feb-21-17 R Krogius vs A Ojanen, 1944 (replies)
catlover: <belgradegambit: Not a Tuesday level problem.> Yeah, I thought maybe I overslept and woke up on Friday.
   Feb-16-17 Padmini Rout
catlover: It is likely that her last name will be frequently used in word-plays, especially on this website.
   Feb-13-17 D Moody vs J Wysocki, 1990 (replies)
catlover: That was a nice swindle and a very pretty checkmate. Congratulations, <Phony Benoni>.
   Feb-12-17 Ju Wenjun vs N Lane, 2017 (replies)
catlover: <tpstar> Nice. It would make a good Wednesday (?) puzzle.
   Feb-12-17 F Libiszewski vs A Sokolov, 2006 (replies)
catlover: I think Sokolov would have done better to leave his king in the center rather than castling on move 15. He castled right into Libiszewzki's attack. That being said, maybe Sokolov was spoiling for a wild game. Maybe he looked at the white g and h pawns and just said, "Bring it on!"
   Feb-10-17 Spielmann vs B Hoenlinger, 1929 (replies)
catlover: Got this one. Then I saw my post from 2013 and realized I'd seen this game before. No wonder I got it.
   Feb-09-17 Fischer vs Smyslov, 1965 (replies)
catlover: <Richard Taylor> I remember reading somewhere about Fischer playing this tournament by telegraph. So that photo with Fischer across the board from Fidel Castro in the link provided by <HeMateMe> must not be from this tournament. Maybe the hand on FIscher's arm was a ...
   Feb-08-17 Kasparov vs Bareev, 2001
catlover: I'm with the group that analyzed 41 Qd8+. Don't know why I didn't see the simpler 41 Qf6+.
   Feb-07-17 Burn vs Znosko-Borovsky, 1906
catlover: <Sayiyat24> True. He made great use of his pieces. He even used the advanced d pawn to great effect.
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