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myusernameis
Member since Jul-23-11 · Last seen Jan-05-13
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   myusernameis has kibitzed 12 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-20-12 Alekhine vs J Araiza Munoz, 1930 (replies)
 
myusernameis: Nxf6, Nxd7, Nxb6 wow this kamikaze knight doesnt want to die
 
   Jul-16-12 F Beeckmans vs J Renet, 1998 (replies)
 
myusernameis: "Sometimes you need to <sac> your own Queen to create a masterpiece." or a blunder ....Kg7
 
   Jul-14-12 Alekhine / Monosson vs Stoltz / Reilly, 1931
 
myusernameis: another pretty puzzle: I think the follow up is 20 Qh6 check; and then 21 e5! (gaining important tempo by attacking queen); and then, when queen moves, 22 Nf6 with mate in two to follow
 
   Jul-14-12 Alekhine vs Janowski, 1913 (replies)
 
myusernameis: it would make a good puzzle though
 
   Jul-01-12 H Olafsson vs J Levitt, 1990 (replies)
 
myusernameis: vinidivici: <Jimfromprovidence:...as 18...Bxg2??, for example, leads to 19 Qxe6+ with a forced mate.> What if after 18...Bxg2 19.Qxe6+ then 19...Kh8.....?" then smothered mate
 
   Jun-17-12 McShane vs Kramnik, 2012 (replies)
 
myusernameis: Jun-16-12 hellopolgar: "regarding Kramnik's behavior today...his walking-away-bluff and skipping post game conference both seemed childish but what's worse was that he made tons of noises with his drinking glass when it's McShane's turn...he even slowly poured water out of ...
 
   Mar-27-12 Alekhine vs Rubinstein, 1923 (replies)
 
myusernameis: to Bridgeburner's comment: "with <19...Qxa4>: This may not be enough to win, as Black needs to complete his development, but he's in no danger whatsoever." what about Qxc8?
 
   Jan-14-12 Capablanca vs Znosko-Borovsky, 1938 (replies)
 
myusernameis: it was one of the first chess games I ever studied; I remember being deeply amused by Capablanca style: slow and quiet maneuvering... suddenly the opponent's position collapses like a house of cards position after 29 Rfd2 is so beautiful; and black is hopeless, of course; this ...
 
   Jan-14-12 Kasparov vs Anand, 1995 (replies)
 
myusernameis: 11 Ng5 !! by Karpov was a home made cookie discovered by him during his WCH match with Korchnoi; Korchnoi said something like "you find move like that once in century"; Karpov vs Korchnoi, 1978 11 Qg4 !! by Kasparov was a home made cookie discovered by him during his WCH ...
 
   Jul-24-11 Spassky vs Karpov, 1982 (replies)
 
myusernameis: how did Karpov NOT win this one? when I looked at the position after 40 Ke5, i thought: surely Karpov to play 40... Re2, pining the knight; 41... Rxe4 black rook takes knight, and 42... Kxd6 black king takes pawn at d6, with easy win (thanks to two connected pawns on the ...
 
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