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Member since Jun-17-05 · Last seen Jun-22-17
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   drleper has kibitzed 204 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-18-17 Wei Yi vs A Aleksandrov, 2017
drleper: <OhioChessFan> No problem. In a game I'd almost definitely go for 50.Qxg4+, but Stockfish's 50.Qxf6 is the swiftest end.
   Jun-11-17 Aronian vs Carlsen, 2017 (replies)
drleper: <kwid: His last error was 31...e5?? instead Rf8 would easily hold a draw.> If by "easily hold a draw" you mean parroting Stockfish's moves until the handshake, then yes, I agree with you wholeheartedly. Easy! ;)
   Jun-10-17 Kasparov vs Sting, 2000 (replies)
drleper: Thursday night is celebrity night. This rat's-arse and skunkweed was prepared by none other than Mr Sting himself!
   Jun-01-17 Tartakower vs Golombek, 1941
drleper: Black can at least win a pawn after 11.Ne5? with 11...Nxe5 12.dxe5 Ng4! and white can't hold the e5 pawn in the most simple lines (as Ng4 prevents f4). 13.Bxe7 Qxe7 14.Nf3 Qc7 [DIAGRAM] 13.Bg3 Bh4! 14.Bxh4 Qxh4 15.Nf3 Qh5 [DIAGRAM] 13.Bg3 Bh4! 14.Bf4 g5 might be an ...
   May-14-17 Morphy vs Schrufer, 1859 (replies)
drleper: <'Pieceless and Pawnless Endings' by Johnny 'not the doctor' Nunn.> An instant chess classic.
   May-10-17 Dlugy vs NN, 2015 (replies)
drleper: NN, what a beast.
   Apr-19-17 Morphy vs Maurian, 1863
drleper: <blunderclap: Wow, one almost suspects Morphy to have thought it a bit too easy with 22.Bc3. Could he really have missed that?> What do you mean? 22.Bc3! is white's best move there.
   Apr-01-17 B Ider vs Wei Yi, 2014 (replies)
drleper: Haha, can't complain about the nice double pun there on April 1st! Although I'd like to see if continue for one more day, as this one will borya; V Inkiov vs B Ider, 2012
   Apr-01-17 Robson vs Kamsky, 2017 (replies)
drleper: Sending the king up with Ke3 leads to this; [DIAGRAM] where black is just out of time for a Q vs N-pawn draw: 64... Kg4 65. e6 f4 66. e7 f3 67. e8=Q f2 68. Qe2+ Kg3 69. Qf1 1-0 [DIAGRAM] From the start position, if black were able to play Kg3, say like this; [DIAGRAM] then it ...
   Feb-14-17 Tal vs Larsen, 1965 (replies)
drleper: <Johnnysaysthankyou: Computers are inherently materialistic. Therefore, they will always factor material factors over non-material ones.> It's already been pointed out, but this view is now many years out of date. The old days of goading the computer into taking (dangerous) ...
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