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detritus
Member since Feb-07-11 · Last seen Jul-24-14
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   detritus has kibitzed 41 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-22-14 Politiken Cup (2014) (replies)
 
detritus: Ah, OK, thanks for the correction, waustad. I was wondering about all the decisive results with no draws at all.
 
   Jul-21-14 R Rapport vs T Rogers, 2014 (replies)
 
detritus: Yeah, I guess so: https://twitter.com/MarkTWIC/status...
 
   Jul-14-14 H Ueter vs M Fette, 1984 (replies)
 
detritus: White really didn't do himself any favors with 25. Ka1 and 26. Rb1.
 
   Jul-11-14 Akshat Chandra
 
detritus: Chandra just finished a shared 1st (lost on tiebreaks) with Richard Rapport at Sport Summer 2014: http://www.paracinchess.rs/sportsko...
 
   May-20-14 I Krush vs A Zatonskih, 2014 (replies)
 
detritus: OK, figured out what I was missing. I thought the bishop could block any rook checks from a3 or f1, but that just loses outright to Bc5 from Black. Duh.
 
   Dec-22-13 J Geller vs S Iskusnyh, 2012 (replies)
 
detritus: Black needs to apply cool water to his opening.
 
   Dec-05-13 I Nepomniachtchi vs Y Kryvoruchko, 2013 (replies)
 
detritus: Isn't 41... a5 just met by 42 Rxa5? I think that keeps the Black Queen bottled up, but am I missing something?
 
   Nov-27-13 F Valenzuela vs Alekhine, 1927
 
detritus: Guess it's a good thing ol' Fernando took up baseball.
 
   Nov-24-13 M Ortueta vs J Sanz, 1933 (replies)
 
detritus: "Is there a reason for 28...dxc4 instead of the more obvious 28...d4?" I think there are two reasons for doubling the c-pawns: 1. It opens the d-file for Black's rook both to cut off White's king in assisting against the advance of Black's c-pawns and to swoop down to the seventh ...
 
   Sep-09-13 Erwin Voellmy (replies)
 
detritus: I think 1. Qe3 is spoiled by 1. ... Ng3. I believe 1. Qh2 does the trick, then 1. ... Rxh2 2. Bxh2#, or if the knight moves for discovered check, 2. Be5 is mate.
 
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