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pyryk
Member since Jun-15-04 · Last seen May-19-14
Hello. I'm a student from Finland, born 1986. Currently playing the najdorf and the KID as black and 1.e4 as white. Never take the Sicilian lightly (audio file):
http://koti.mbnet.fi/pyryk/misc/sic...
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   pyryk has kibitzed 67 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-07-12 Tal Memorial (2012) (replies)
 
pyryk: The live broadcast at http://video.russiachess.org/view/1... has just started, showing opening formalities at the moment. Perhaps the blitz tournament will soon start..
 
   Feb-21-12 S Williams vs Adams, 2012 (replies)
 
pyryk: If 21. Nxb7, instead of ..Qxb7, I imagine Black would respond with ..Qf4+ 22. Kb1 Rd2 threatening both the queen and bishop. A catastrophe on b2 does not seem far off either.
 
   Aug-03-07 Risto Kauranen (replies)
 
pyryk: I'd just like to add to whitesharks account that Risto Kauranen seems to be a GM in correspondence chess and his national cc rating (KELO) is 2605 as of 25.6.2007, making him the 2nd highest ranked player in Finland. Also, I spotted one minor mistake in whiteshark's account: he was ...
 
   Oct-16-06 Tomi Nyback (replies)
 
pyryk: I just realized that TPR 2887 is very probably the highest ever recorded by a Finn. Please correct me if I'm wrong but I just can't imagine that any Finnish player has even come close to achieving such a high performance rating before.
 
   Aug-26-06 The World vs A Nickel, 2006 (replies)
 
pyryk: <suenteus po 147> I don't really think you can escape theory by choosing an opening like 1.f4 (bird's opening). For example, Keith Hayward's site ( http://www.geocities.com/drawyah/ ) has quite a lot of analysis on that particular opening.
 
   Aug-24-06 Sam Loyd (replies)
 
pyryk: <positionalgenius>: 1. Rg4 isn't mate, 1..g5 blocks the check.
 
   Aug-12-06 A W Fox vs H E Bauer, 1901 (replies)
 
pyryk: Well, for the first time I can honestly say that I managed to "solve" a saturday puzzle in ~5 seconds. However, I didn't really have to calculate one bit - I realized that I had encountered this game a couple of hours ago while going through Vukovic's <Art of Attack in Chess>. ...
 
   Jun-30-06 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
pyryk: <FICS> Please add me to the list of chessgames.com users that have an account on FICS. My handle on FICS is the same as here, pyryk.
 
   Jun-19-06 King's Gambit Declined (C30) (replies)
 
pyryk: <KingG> Thanks for the commentary. About 12..e4!, I had thought about it during the game but I thought I could play 13. d5. That move is of course just losing now that I look at it.
 
   Jun-11-06 Vallejo-Pons vs Topalov, 2006 (replies)
 
pyryk: <babakova> 6.g4 is a bit unusual - Black hasn't played Nf6 so the g-pawn isn't really threatening anything.
 
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