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morfishine
Member since Feb-01-09 · Last seen Feb-10-16
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Nez info: Polugaevsky vs Nezhmetdinov, 1958 (kibitz #359)

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   morfishine has kibitzed 10485 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-10-16 Horwitz vs Harrwitz, 1849
 
morfishine: Two more moves and I'd be at my Witz end
 
   Feb-10-16 Paul Morphy
 
morfishine: <offramp> Low and behold, Stan Vaughan is a real person and the WCF appears to be a real entity. I went to the site: http://www.wcfchess.org/ The icons make a cool clicking noise when passing over them *****
 
   Feb-10-16 Team White vs Team Black, 2015 (replies)
   Feb-10-16 J Sherwin vs A Mengarini, 1954
 
morfishine: Sherwin paints a pretty picture
 
   Feb-10-16 A Seyb vs E Safarli, 2014 (replies)
 
morfishine: After two forcing moves, White can resign: First <28...Rxf5> then after 29.gxf5 <29...Na3+> After 30.bxa3 <30...Qc3> White has to toss massive material to avoid instant mate *****
 
   Feb-09-16 Tata Steel (2016) (replies)
 
morfishine: <devere> I did not know that about Kramnik. A pity, all things considered
 
   Feb-09-16 Crafty vs Houdini, 2014
 
morfishine: <computer chess guy> I'm surprised Old Crafty missed that
 
   Feb-09-16 Janowski vs Maroczy, 1896 (replies)
 
morfishine: <Retireborn> Fair enough, but why not 29.Qh4 at once? 29.Bc2 seems a wasted move
 
   Feb-09-16 Van Wely vs Carlsen, 2016
 
morfishine: <perfidious> Very succinct postings. Carlsen is usually air-tight with his calculations. Here he was less than accurate; but since he got away with it, I guess this is an example of luck in chess, which I have argued doesn't exist. I will have to re-think that *****
 
   Feb-09-16 Karpov vs A Zaitsev, 1970
 
morfishine: One of the more bizarre games in the database. Entertaining if nothing else
 
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