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gabriel25
Member since Jan-19-15 · Last seen Jul-17-18
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   gabriel25 has kibitzed 27 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-03-18 Nakamura vs E Iturrizaga, 2017 (replies)
 
gabriel25: Why did I find the problem so easy? Others seem not to think so. Its the eighth rank that is atractive. BxB has no business, the queen check is covered by the knight, so its his problem, he finds no answer loses a bishop. Faster thought than written. I type very slowly.
 
   Sep-15-16 Carlsen - Karjakin World Championship (2016) (replies)
 
gabriel25: I would love to comment but very little has been left. There is always the desire for change, Magnus may be young but he has been there for a few years, if by any chance beaten, he will come back, that is sure. So we are not losing anything, we maybe getting more. Lets hope a ...
 
   May-04-16 A Caoili vs C Rodriguez Monteiro, 1996
 
gabriel25: Considering is Wednesday and black kind of packed back, the first attacking move of black I looked, solving with a queen sacrifice and three beautiful N moves, its not going to be cooked, but i saw Ng2 and didn't see the rook one. As puzzles go its beautiful but too easy I love
 
   Mar-22-16 Adams vs D Baramidze, 2015
 
gabriel25: <chrisowen> there is acertain monotomy in the length of words that detracts from the variability of the sound, a sprikle of longer words will make better .
 
   Mar-01-16 Yates vs Capablanca, 1925
 
gabriel25: <Chrisowen> I think that some longer words would break the monotony of so many short words. By now you must recognize that the main appeal of your poetry is visual since you don't pay any attention to us who try to understand it.
 
   Feb-17-16 Poltoranov vs Stein, 1955
 
gabriel25: take a quadrille paper draw an 8x8 square write a 1 in one of the four center square, say d4, write a 2 in the squares where a knight would fall from 1, a 3 where a knight would fall from 2, and 4 from a 3. make similar boards starting from c4 and c3. from b4,b3,b1 and finally ...
 
   Feb-17-16 F F M vs Wright, 1943 (replies)
 
gabriel25: The negative power of NN. First the grammar has been wonderful When I wrote down NN for very good looking game won agaisnt my cousin, he said he prefered losing in his own name to be NNized.
 
   Jan-07-16 Carlsen vs Li Chao, 2015 (replies)
 
gabriel25: I have alway found funny that "theory" is the compiled practice of masters games. Theory is more like Reti's "Ideas in Chess" But words mean what people use them for, so practice is called theory. I would like to know who are the theoretical writers of today and learn what ...
 
   Jan-02-16 Rich C F Misa (replies)
 
gabriel25: These guys are terrific they have never been beaten by 2700 players even 2800. Perhaps they can join me that has never been beaten by a 2900 player
 
   Dec-28-15 Kasperski vs I Mazel, 1925 (replies)
 
gabriel25: Because it is problem it has a solution, usualy a sacrfice, that was the first one I looked at, I didn't have to look more. I love Mondays
 
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