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   geeker has kibitzed 329 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-13-17 Women's World Championship (2017) (replies)
geeker: The "online broadcast" at chess24 is completely FUBAR. Impossible to follow the event. No surprise.
   Apr-26-16 N Pogonina vs N Dudareva, 2006 (replies)
geeker: Tougher than usual puzzles so far this week. With regard to the underlying game, I have to make the "Big Lebowski"-like comment that the Dude did not abide.
   Mar-17-16 World Championship Candidates (2016) (replies)
geeker: Congratulations to Aronian? I was wondering why he was playing on in a drawn position...and then I saw the reason.
   Jan-17-16 Ju Wenjun vs Dreev, 2016 (replies)
geeker: Yes, interesting how the veteran Dreev was content to exchange all the pieces and win the endgame.
   Oct-14-15 A Goryachkina vs A Nasybullina, 2014 (replies)
geeker: <Gregor Samsa Mendel: I found this to be easier than yesterday's puzzle.> Agreed.
   Sep-22-15 Milton Braitt vs W Borges, 1982 (replies)
geeker: Funny for Tuesday...I thought the weakness of f2 was the key, spent a couple of minutes analyzing, but found absolutely nothing! Only then did I look for other forcing moves and see the solution.
   Jul-29-15 Biel (2015) (replies)
geeker: Interesting tournament standings after 9 rounds: Rapport is -5 and the other 5 players are a combined +5!
   Jul-19-15 V Fougerit vs M Ragger, 2015
geeker: Position after 33. Nc8 was GM Andy Soltis's puzzle from 7/19/15 NY Post. The idea of 33...Bc5, dominating the Knight, is not too hard to find.
   Jul-05-15 Fressinet vs S Tranchant, 2015
geeker: Position after 16 moves was GM Andy Soltis's puzzle in July 5 _NY Post_. I solved it, but am not certain I'd have spotted 18. Nc7 OTB.
   Jun-29-15 L Lejarre vs B Burg, 2011 (replies)
geeker: Kinda easy even for Monday. Not to nitpick, but isn't it mate in *4*? Black can interpose with ...Nf6 and then ...Qf7.
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