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daveinsatiable
Member since Feb-17-09 · Last seen Dec-15-17
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   daveinsatiable has kibitzed 45 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-08-17 AlphaZero vs Stockfish, 2017 (replies)
 
daveinsatiable: <WorstPlayerEver> You're quite wrong about Deepmind and publicity seeking. This was just an internal experiment, which makes no claim to be a fair contest. They thought, from the response on here clearly correctly, that it might be of interest to the chess world, so ...
 
   Jul-12-17 de Firmian vs P Nikolic, 1985 (replies)
 
daveinsatiable: @<GlennOliver>: Very few of <offramp>'s utterances are intended to be taken seriously and this one certainly wasn't. (Though I'm also at a loss to explain the pun - probably something to do with the Punic wars or something similarly obscure.)
 
   Jul-12-17 D Mastrovasilis vs A Volokitin, 2017 (replies)
 
daveinsatiable: Scrub that. White has Qxd7. I mistakenly imagined that white could take the rook on b3, but it was just a mirage. Back to the drawing board.
 
   May-20-17 L Bruzon Batista vs Zhu Chen, 2004 (replies)
 
daveinsatiable: <Perhaps I've been too harsh in the past regarding my opinion on game titles> Hey CG, <morf>'s account has been hacked, you need to block it quick before the hackers post some other reasonable opinion!
 
   Mar-13-17 N Zhukova vs P Cramling, 2015 (replies)
 
daveinsatiable: Seems to me there's an alternative solution here: 33. Rxe7. 33. ... Qxc4 quickly leads to mate for white, but black has to move or protect the queen. Black can complicate with: 33. ... Bh2+ 34. Kh8 Qxh5, but Rxh7 quickly puts paid to that.
 
   Mar-01-17 A Korotylev vs Mamedyarov, 2007 (replies)
 
daveinsatiable: <ChessHigherCat> Rxe2 was my solution too, but it fails to Qxh8+, and the essential Rh1+ is no longer available.
 
   Jan-16-17 L Machado vs K McDonald, 2016 (replies)
 
daveinsatiable: <Cheapo by the Dozen> what happens if Black plays 23 ... ed? 24. Qf6 anyway. Qxf6 25. gxf6, with f7 to follow and no way for black to save the rook on g8.
 
   Aug-31-16 Storm vs Sicilian Rush, 2009 (replies)
 
daveinsatiable: <Pyrandus> Was soll es bedeuten? "Any port in a storm" is a common idiom, meaning that in times of trouble you seek refuge where you can find it. The pun is hopeless (no offense to Offramp, whose postings I generally enjoy), and the game is incomprehensible. (Or is that
 
   Aug-26-16 O Bernstein vs Najdorf, 1954 (replies)
 
daveinsatiable: How has this not been GOTD? Just for want of a pun? (cf. Newzild) "Hot Ossip"?
 
   Jun-21-16 Keres vs Botvinnik, 1941 (replies)
 
daveinsatiable: <superpatzer77> I don't usually disagree with your analysis (albeit from 6 years ago), but surely white resigns in view of the much simpler: 24. Qe2 Nd2++ 25. Ka1 Qb1+ 26 Rxb1 Nc2#
 
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