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ichessu
Member since Oct-30-05 · Last seen Dec-31-06
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   ichessu has kibitzed 15 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-13-06 Rybka vs Shredder, 2005 (replies)
 
ichessu: On a different topic, Is it worthwile to personify programs by using terms like "Overestimate" and phrases like "recover with middlegame". Something to Ponder over :)
 
   Mar-18-06 L D'Costa vs Harikrishna, 2006
 
ichessu: harikrishna is too good for the stalemating tactics at the end by D'Costa
 
   Mar-06-06 Waitzkin vs A Friedman, 1993 (replies)
 
ichessu: yes ofcourse. DOH
 
   Feb-14-06 S Hamel vs De Vere, 1867 (replies)
 
ichessu: ichessu: In my opinion 8 exd is not going to achieve a lot for white after black gains tempo by playing 8.. Nd4. The queen has to retreat to either d1 or d2 to protect the c2 pawn. black can safely recapture the d pawn with better position. What do you think
 
   Dec-28-05 S Chumfwa vs W Kobese, 2002 (replies)
 
ichessu: excellent pun.Gave me a hearty laugh
 
   Dec-26-05 M Huettig vs G Fahnenschmidt, 2001 (replies)
 
ichessu: perhaps 10 b3 is better for white.
 
   Dec-26-05 Sutovsky vs Harikrishna, 2005
 
ichessu: in the end position the bishop on f4 and the pawn on g3 have formed a fortress and and the other white pawn is on e4 (in the same rank as the bishop). I have seen this kind of formation (with the bishop and pawn on adjacent sqares on the same rank) used in a few other games to block
 
   Dec-25-05 G Abrahams vs W R Thomas, 1923 (replies)
 
ichessu: If I am not mistaken, in scandinavian black plays c6 immediately after the queen goes to a5 allowing for an escape route.
 
   Dec-17-05 Grischuk vs Ponomariov, 2005 (replies)
 
ichessu: Bxd3 will be countered by the simple e5 and winning the bishop
 
   Dec-14-05 Smirin vs Kamsky, 2005 (replies)
 
ichessu: Well pointed notyetgm.
 
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