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controlaltdelete
Member since May-14-05 · Last seen Aug-20-18
I really enjoy watching Ivanchuk, Carlsen and Morozevich play. I believe Paul Morphy to be the absolute number one in chess. I really enjoy playing through most of his games.

Personally I prefer to play blitz and bullet online. (Find me at playchess or flyordie.com chess, same name, 0/1, 1/0, 2/5, 5/0, 5/3 and 10/0 games).


   controlaltdelete has kibitzed 315 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-17-11 Carlsen vs A Giri, 2011 (replies)
 
controlaltdelete: <Stonehenge: How does black win after 23.f3, is it ...Nc4?> Na4 (same prinicple attacking the Q, only after a move like Qb3 the black Q can defend Qd7
 
   Jan-17-11 Jurez vs Gasloi, 1968 (replies)
 
controlaltdelete: <zb2cr: Found this. The real interest lies in the line 16. ... Qxg3+; 17. hxg3, Rxg3+; 18. Kh2, Rh3+; 19. Kg2, Rg8+; 20. Qg4, Bxg4; 21. Rg1.> I believe Re1 is stronger than Rg1, because you keep the rook on the first rank but still create the flight square. Note the ...
 
   Mar-18-10 Svidler vs Aronian, 2010 (replies)
 
controlaltdelete: Note how in the final position black cannot bring his king to e7 or e8 to prevent queening: Kf8 d7 Ke7 Rxf7+ Kd8 (if Kxf7 d8Q) Ne6#
 
   Feb-07-10 A Ismagambetov vs E Inarkiev, 2010
 
controlaltdelete: 32.Rxe5 seems like an improvement for white..
 
   Jan-25-09 Corus (2009) (replies)
 
controlaltdelete: Van Wely has the opportunity to draw here and I think he will take it.
 
   Jun-12-08 Ivanchuk vs Onischuk, 2008 (replies)
 
controlaltdelete: What is black's reply after 19.Na4 instead of the text move? To me it seems winning...so what am I missing?
 
   Jan-26-08 Corus (2008) (replies)
 
controlaltdelete: what do tablebases say for Smeets-Nopmniatchi, and without white's pawn, what would it be..
 
   Dec-27-07 Svidler vs Morozevich, 2007 (replies)
 
controlaltdelete: in the final position...cant white defend with Rf4? (im thinking of variations that include Qc8, for example: Be5 Qc8+ Kg7 Rxf7+ Kxf7 Rxh7+...?)
 
   Sep-28-07 FIDE World Championship Tournament (2007) (replies)
 
controlaltdelete: <TheAN> The S stands for Springer, btw i'm Dutch ;)
 
   Aug-02-07 Biel Chess Festival (2007) (replies)
 
controlaltdelete: <AlexandraThess> this is the correct URL: Biel Chess Festival (2007) as you can see, you have to add &crosstable=1 for the standings and &crosstable=2 for the participant's names ranked by rating
 
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