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Member since Sep-01-05 · Last seen Dec-28-09
I'm not such a good player. I'm italian and I practiced with chess tournament for just 1 year.But I love chess so much. I like Shirov very much (Tal's son)

   j750 has kibitzed 4 times to chessgames  
   Nov-23-06 M Turkovic vs B Pill, 1996 (replies)
j750: <moiz>, maybe the reason why this was the "game of the day" is that today is Thanksgiving day. In this day it's usual for American people to eat turkey. So this match is the only game (a win) of a player whose name is similar to the name "turkey". IMO
   Apr-06-06 M Godena vs A Duman, 2006 (replies)
j750: Wow ! Sac at move 11
   Mar-24-06 Karpov Poikovsky (2006) (replies)
j750: Until 9...Nd7, the percentage were 50% White, 50% draw. Here Shirov, with his novelty, is in advantage. I think Shirov prepared well this opening, since he lost with 9...c6 line against Motylev in 2004.
   Sep-02-05 S F St Jermain Steadman vs Ed. Lasker, 1913 (replies)
j750: Excuse me, khense. Perhaps I'm wrong. But after 20 QXd3 Re1+ 21 Qf1 Re8e6 ==> 22 Rxe1 Rg6+ (??) 23 Qg2 (!!). Now, how can black win? 23 ... Bxg2 24 Re8#; 23 ... Rxg2+ 24 Kf1 and white is good, I think. According to me the solution is simply: 20 QXd3 Re1+ 21 Qf1 Bxf1 (!!) 22 Rxe1 ...
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