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laskerdog
Member since Aug-20-04 · Last seen Apr-27-17
-56model from Norway, have no skills, but share the fascination and prefer miniatures. Love Greco, Morphy, and other classics
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   laskerdog has kibitzed 103 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-14-16 D Arenas vs Topalov, 2016 (replies)
 
laskerdog: Very entertaining in deed! Deserves closer analysis. Mr. Arenas showed real balls. A suicidal attack though. The bravery didnít pay off. The position after 20th move: White has sacrificed a @#$%load of material. Facing a former world champ, the gamble seems a bit wild to me
 
   Mar-21-15 L'Ami vs Eljanov, 2015 (replies)
 
laskerdog: That bishop on d5 was A mighty one
 
   Jan-05-15 D Kiefer vs H P Roggensack, 2015
 
laskerdog: According tablebase Mr. Roggensack started playing at the age of 60. You might think he had leart a thing or two. Well, he was taught the hard way here. Instructive for a lot of us.
 
   Jan-05-15 Hans Peter Roggensack
 
laskerdog: According tablebase Mr. Roggensack started playing at the age of 60. You might think he had leart a thing or two. Well, he was taught the hard way here. Instructive for a lot of us.
 
   Oct-19-12 R Bar vs A Alekseev, 2012
 
laskerdog: Oops. Super-GM mix-up.
 
   Sep-03-12 Prachand Man Malakar vs M Steadman, 2012
 
laskerdog: Powerful combo by Steadman. ..16.Sxg2!, and indeed ..19.Qg4+. Most of us would probably just trade off the ladies to ensure the won peasant.
 
   Sep-03-12 J S Morrison vs L Isaacs, 1918
 
laskerdog: 16.b3 and good night
 
   Jan-17-12 Radjabov vs Navara, 2012 (replies)
 
laskerdog: [DIAGRAM] You may call this a "pin-pin-situation"
 
   Jan-11-12 Nisipeanu vs Jobava, 2011
 
laskerdog: Where's the fighting spirit?
 
   Jan-10-12 V Laznicka vs A Volokitin, 2012
 
laskerdog: <master of defence: Who knows answer my question?> Rybka gives -0,01: Bxd4 exd4 33. Bxc4 Rc8 34. Bd3 Kf8 35. Qe2 Re8 36. Be4 Qa6 37. Qc4 Rc8 38. Qe2 Kg8 39. Kg2 Bf8 40. Bd3 Rc3 41. f4 Bd6
 
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