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dTal
Member since Apr-09-08 · Last seen Nov-22-17
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   dTal has kibitzed 243 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-17-17 Michael Adams
 
dTal: Happy b'day Michael, and long may you play Chess. One of my favourite players.
 
   Nov-09-17 Mikhail Tal (replies)
 
dTal: Always missed, my favourite of all WCs. RIP maestro.
 
   Nov-03-17 A Birer vs C Duncan, 1990 (replies)
 
dTal: This looks like a blitz game that I would play last thing at night before going to bed, so tired I would be moving the pieces reflexively. How did this become a GOTD???
 
   Aug-24-17 Shabalov vs W So, 2016 (replies)
 
dTal: I didn't notice it was Black to play, and totally confused myself..
 
   Jul-17-17 Tal vs Dauga, 1959
 
dTal: I was also wondering why Black didn't play <38...Bf4+ 39.Kh1 Qg3> which leads to a draw. Perhaps he had visions of winning?
 
   Jul-17-17 Flohr vs Bogoljubov, 1931 (replies)
 
dTal: In common with many, I found this challenging. Took me over 3 mts, and I'm pretty sure I only found it because I knew there must be a killing move. Doubt I would have seen it as a concluding move in a combination :-(
 
   Mar-10-17 M Matlakov vs R Hasangatin, 2013 (replies)
 
dTal: What is the pun? :-)
 
   Feb-03-17 Timman vs Spassky, 1983 (replies)
 
dTal: This is the easiest Friday puzzle I can remember in a long while. Think the whole sequence plays itself after the not-too-difficult-to-find 24. ... Nb4. Let me kid myself for a while that I am improving...
 
   Jan-11-17 D Fridman vs S Petrosian, 2015 (replies)
 
dTal: Got it, but took longer than I would have liked..
 
   Jan-10-17 Fischer vs W A Nyman, 1964 (replies)
 
dTal: Wish it were true that hard work allows you to master a field, but I think competence rather than mastery is a safer bet in that statement by 1971. These folks have mental gifts that ordinary folks just don't have, be it in memory, spatial visualisation or pattern recognition. One of ...
 
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