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jeeky1996
Member since May-09-08 · Last seen Jan-06-19
Hi everyone. I just have one sentence to say: Topalov and Anand RAWKZ.
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   jeeky1996 has kibitzed 217 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-31-09 Dus Chotimirsky vs Kotov, 1938 (replies)
 
jeeky1996: Kotov got owned!
 
   Dec-24-09 Kasparov vs Anand, 1996 (replies)
 
jeeky1996: This is a video of this exact game when Kasparov makes hism mistake: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZqc... Quite amusing how kasparov reacts to his own blunder, but then recovers to save himself with a draw.
 
   Dec-22-09 Tal vs L Gutman, 1991
 
jeeky1996: Why draw???
 
   Dec-19-09 Fischer vs D C Kumro, 1964 (replies)
 
jeeky1996: I dun get it, Rxh7+ was a forced matein two after Kxh7 and then Qh5#. Why are u guys talking abt Qc7+??
 
   Dec-18-09 A Ac vs P Kastler, 2000 (replies)
 
jeeky1996: <syracrophy> I think he actually saw 26.Qc8+, but decided to simplify, trade off the rooks, and win a bishop thru 28.Qd8+, which is winning for white in any case.
 
   Dec-18-09 N Babu vs B Adhiban, 2009 (replies)
 
jeeky1996: was 13.e3 a badmove?
 
   Dec-15-09 Short vs Carlsen, 2009 (replies)
 
jeeky1996: Uh...where's the arbiter?
 
   Dec-11-09 K O'Shea vs G Casey, 2005
 
jeeky1996: Black is winning after Bh6???, but why draw? Gerry Casey shld go for a win and demonstrate the Fischer spirit (ie. win no matter wat the situation)
 
   Dec-10-09 D Howell vs Carlsen, 2009 (replies)
 
jeeky1996: Game is starting in a few mins time
 
   Nov-27-09 M Ezat vs Radjabov, 2009
 
jeeky1996: I tink one armed scissor is correct. u see, part of white's plan is to counterattack on the queenside while black employs a kingside attack. Usually the set up for white is a rook on c1, and a queen on c2 and a knight on b5 to attack the c7 pawn and possibly d6. a6 stops that. ...
 
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