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mgracian
Member since Oct-11-05 · Last seen Nov-23-08
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   mgracian has kibitzed 20 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-08-06 Kramnik vs Karpov, 1999 (replies)
 
mgracian: 20 Nf5 works too, but Bxg7+ is better
 
   Oct-22-06 Nunn vs I A Nataf, 1999 (replies)
 
mgracian: Less difficult than saturday but it is a great combination
 
   Apr-27-06 D Podhraski vs S Jeric, 2001 (replies)
 
mgracian: The line is forced, easy
 
   Feb-17-06 A Ivanov vs A Vitolinsh, 1979 (replies)
 
mgracian: Rg5+ is not dificult is to find, it is a winning move, the dificult with this puzzle is that is the only winning move.
 
   Feb-15-06 D Gurevich vs C Hansen, 1986 (replies)
 
mgracian: A good puzzle of R + B vs R is [DIAGRAM] Is good to try to get the solution of it to understand how White can win and how Black can Draw
 
   Feb-05-06 Smyslov vs Hort, 1973 (replies)
 
mgracian: The Key move is 29 Nxh7 A Great game of Smyslov
 
   Feb-02-06 Cuernavaca Young Masters (2006) (replies)
 
mgracian: Great Tournament, Congrutalation to the Universidad de Morelos. Now two big events in Mexico, Cuernavaca and Morelia - Linares
 
   Dec-13-05 Aronian vs Bacrot, 2005 (replies)
 
mgracian: The final position is draw. Some people said that 50 f5 ? was not played. with 50 Kf3 white can win check the comments in http://susanpolgar.blogspot.com/
 
   Dec-02-05 G Minchev vs K Kolev, 1991 (replies)
 
mgracian: My Solution 32 f6, Qf7. 33 Ne7+, Kh8. 34 Ng6, Kg8. 35 Nxe5, dxe5. 36 Rxe5, Qbb7. 37 Rg5+ The Two moves Rf4 & f6 are winning, but f6 is better
 
   Dec-01-05 FIDE World Cup (2005) (replies)
 
mgracian: Cheparinov vs Ivanchuk 16 moves equal to the first option of shredder 3 moves equal to the second option of shredder 2 moves equal to the third option of shredder
 
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