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Member since Jun-17-05 · Last seen Jul-22-17
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   drleper has kibitzed 214 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-16-17 Kramnik vs V Fedoseev, 2017 (replies)
drleper: An interesting line after 17...Bf4 is 18.Rc1 Bxg5 Bxe6 [DIAGRAM] Black is apparently OK after 19...Qf4, but it looks scary with the king still on the open e file.
   Jul-03-17 YourNextMove (Blitz) (2017) (replies)
drleper: <pinoy king: LOL wow Carlsen won some dishonest blitz chess that no one cares about> I get that you're trolling (although I think all this partisan trolling/fanaticism is a bit past its expiry date ;), but it was interesting watching the coverage when Carlsen was playing ...
   Jul-02-17 Mamedyarov vs Nakamura, 2017
drleper: Here's a great knight underpromotion from Nakamura at the World Blitz Championship 2014 ( Nakamura vs B Savchenko, 2014 ), with the legendary Dimitri Komarov on the mic:
   Jul-02-17 W So vs Shabalov, 2017
drleper: Brilliant game from So, it has that smooth quality that makes a win look easy. Particularly nice was 23. ♖hd1! ♖h4 24. f4 and the black rook never came back to the game again. Nice pun too, I thought it was based on a Black Francis song at first: ...
   Jul-01-17 W So vs A Giri, 2017 (replies)
drleper: Anish said after the game that his 26...♖ae8 was too slow (although he couldn't find anything better). Apparently white is doing well up until the blunder 31.♖h3?, which left behind the g2 square and allowed the lovely interference move 31...♖g3! [DIAGRAM] If N ...
   Jun-28-17 J J Carleton vs P Kent, 2007 (replies)
drleper: Black is clearly lost if he tries to run with 44.Rxg7+ Ke6, but amongst other moves, white has the express 45.Rh1! (with mate in 6): [DIAGRAM] Some samples: 45...♖xg7 46.♕e8+ ♔d6 47.♖h6+ 45...♖f7 46.♕g6+ ♖f6 47.♕e8+ ...
   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 ...
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