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   detritus has kibitzed 50 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-21-14 A Zubarev vs Y Kuzubov, 2014 (replies)
detritus: *once the knight takes on c6, not d6.
   Sep-05-14 Svidler vs Shirov, 2003 (replies)
detritus: <Zaphod>, honestly, I never even considered e6 and e7, but I think that is even stronger than the attack along the b-file for White that I was looking at. That's the same idea as in the 26. Bb3 continuation from Fritz12 that <patzer2> posted.
   Aug-29-14 FIDE Women's Grand Prix Sharjah (2014) (replies)
detritus: Kosteniuk has already played in four of the Grand Prix tournaments in this cycle, which is the maximum number allowed for any player. Players choose which tournaments they will participate in after the list of host cities is released. The first tournament in this cycle was held ...
   Aug-08-14 Grischuk vs A Filippov, 2014 (replies)
detritus: And 26 Ne5 is met by 27. Qh8+ Bf8, 28. Rxe5+ Qxe5, 29. Qxe5+ Be7, 30 Rg8#. Superb.
   Aug-02-14 T Tuominen vs I Krush, 2014
detritus: Yeah, looks like both players were under 5:00 left on the clock at move 30, if I'm subtracting out the per move increment correctly.
   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:
   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 (replies)
detritus: Chandra just finished a shared 1st (lost on tiebreaks) with Richard Rapport at Sport Summer 2014:
   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.
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