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morfishine
Member since Feb-01-09 · Last seen Feb-07-16
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Nez info: Polugaevsky vs Nezhmetdinov, 1958 (kibitz #359)

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   morfishine has kibitzed 10471 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-07-16 Tata Steel (2016) (replies)
 
morfishine: <Bobwhoosta> One of the great "secrets" of Carlsen is that he's the best tactician. Not Aronian or Topalov or LaGrave. His superior positional play leads to winning tactics. True, many games of his have the appearance of long, boring grinders. But thats because the opponent
 
   Feb-07-16 M Galyas vs M Rodshtein, 2015 (replies)
 
morfishine: Obviously, Rodshtein, for some reason, did not envision a double-sacrifice on <e4>, which is somewhat puzzling what-with his enterprising and energetic opening play. <14...g6> looks out place, which is about where he lost the thread
 
   Feb-07-16 Schlechter vs Rotlewi, 1911
 
morfishine: <offramp> Nice write up. Poor Rotlewi, he's probably doomed to be only remembered as the victim of Rubenstein's "Immortal" (gawd, I'm sick of that term): Rotlewi vs Rubinstein, 1907 But he was a really good player with a number of high profile wins *****
 
   Feb-07-16 Nakamura vs J W Loyte, 2001 (replies)
 
morfishine: FWIW: Referencing the US Open (Golf), the USGA requires entrants carry a current handicap of 1.4 or less or verify they are a Professional Golfer with recent tournament results. Thus, the tournament is "open" to anybody meeting either of those criteria. I guess more accurate ...
 
   Feb-07-16 Rotlewi vs Bogoljubov, 1910 (replies)
 
morfishine: Rotlewi's Immortal! Seeing this game for the first time really made my day. Gotta love the way the White Queen worms her way into <e7> all to gain the check <22.Nf6+> which sets up the piece-winning tactic <23.Ng4>
 
   Feb-06-16 Fischer vs Geller, 1967 (replies)
 
morfishine: Geller was Fischer's most difficult opponent
 
   Feb-06-16 Carlos Torre vs F E Parker, 1924
 
morfishine: Incredible oversight, but it happens
 
   Feb-06-16 chessgames.com chessforum (replies)
 
morfishine: <Danlanglois> Good point; I thought <gauer> was referring to an old game, but this one's still progress
 
   Feb-06-16 Paul Morphy (replies)
 
morfishine: When Morphy was 12, his uncle Ernest stated "This child has never opened a work on chess". If Ernest is correct, then Morphy began to build his library after that age
 
   Feb-06-16 Svidler vs F Vallejo Pons, 2004 (replies)
 
morfishine: Svidler fell off the roof
 
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