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kereru
Member since Feb-06-06 · Last seen Sep-19-18
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   kereru has kibitzed 262 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-01-18 Geronimo Cascio
 
kereru: I think it was a mistranslation by Sarratt rather than any dishonesty on the part of Signor Muzio d'Allesandro that resulted in the opening being called the Muzio Gambit. Salvio's original words: Dirņ un' altro modo di Gambitto,il quale mai fu pensato, e per quanto mi venne riferito ...
 
   May-01-18 Biographer Bistro (replies)
 
kereru: New Zealand player Roger L Perry has died. http://deaths.dompost.co.nz/obituar...
 
   May-01-18 Roger L Perry (replies)
 
kereru: R.I.P. http://deaths.dompost.co.nz/obituar...
 
   Mar-03-18 Stefan Kristjansson
 
kereru: Dead at 35, drug problems apparently. http://www.dv.is/frettir/2018/3/2/m...
 
   Dec-30-17 Chigorin vs Tarrasch, 1898
 
kereru: Santasiere was a one of a kind for sure. Conservative Christian anarchy, anyone?
 
   Dec-15-17 D Swiercz vs M Bartel, 2011
 
kereru: What happened here? Obviously a book position, about equal. Cell phone go off?
 
   Dec-15-17 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
kereru: Damn, I identified the Moody Blues but how was I supposed to get the in-jokey stuff?
 
   Oct-14-17 Kotov vs K Plater, 1947
 
kereru: Don't see how White makes any progress if Black plays 45...Kd8 and 46...Ke7.
 
   Oct-11-17 Riumin vs S Belavenets, 1934
 
kereru: Interesting that Kotov misreported both the continuation and the result of the game. He says "after 27.Qg4 h5 28.Qd1 h4 White had to resign." Well, Black didn't play 28...h4, but 28...Bxe5 is not a mistake. 31...Rd8 is fairly obvious and winning, but after 31...g6? White escaped with
 
   Sep-16-17 Tal vs Lutikov, 1964
 
kereru: Can't even imagine the mentality of someone who would play 16.Rhe1!! In awe.
 
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