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sleepkid
Member since Apr-13-03 · Last seen Aug-21-14
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   sleepkid has kibitzed 916 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-21-11 W Christensen vs A J Goldsby, 2011 (replies)
 
sleepkid: <LIFEMasterAJ> As you like. You're perfectly free to sidestep all the issues if you like and instead make petty and snarky remarks.
 
   Sep-13-11 Feigin vs Alekhine, 1936 (replies)
 
sleepkid: <You're such a source of enlightenment.... first kibitz in over three months and you spew this rubbish.......yeah, I'm impressed......go back to your cave now.....> It was obviously a joke. Notice how it mimics Benjamin Lau's original post? Apparently it was lost on you. I ...
 
   Jun-04-11 Robert James Fischer (replies)
 
sleepkid: I don't really rate La Bourdonnais as a World Champion, but I can get from Morphy to Anand in 6. Morphy>Paulsen>Mieses>Rellstab>Tal>Anand The Mieses>Rellstab>Tal connection is useful for getting through more than 100 years of chess quickly. It also gives you ...
 
   Jun-01-11 N Gaprindashvili vs J Peters, 1977
 
sleepkid: Played in the last round of Lone Pine 1977 with both players needing a win to finish in the top places, we got this incredible slugfest.
 
   Jun-01-11 J Peters vs Sahovic, 1977
 
sleepkid: This game is analysed by Grefe and Waterman in "The Best of Lone Pine": <9. h4 h5 10. Qg3 (10. Qxe6 fxe6 11. Bxg6+ Kf8 12. Nxe6+ Kg8 13. Nxd8 Bxd8 is obscure) 10. ...Nf8 is more level-headed.> After 46. ...Bc2 they write: <Two Black vultures soar gracefully over the ...
 
   Jun-01-11 Nezhmetdinov vs Vvedensky, 1954
 
sleepkid: Black feels he will regain the exchange with 36. ...Ng3. However, he overlooks the crushing pin resulting from 37. Qh2! This would have been possibly if black hadn't played the questionable 33. ...Rg8? Nice exploitation of the opponents error by Nezhmetdinov.
 
   Mar-17-11 Kenneth S Rogoff (replies)
 
sleepkid: <Bob Crisp: The Japs have been stimulating their economy through monetary a...> You might want to use a less offensive term, -------. <Ughaibu>, what mutant superpower are you hoping for? I'm hoping for telekinesis. Glad to hear you're doing well. Saitama is a little ...
 
   Jan-10-11 Lasker vs J Troxler, 1935 (replies)
 
sleepkid: That does seem to be quicker. Perhaps he just overlooked it, since it was a simul. BTW, お久しぶり。 明けまして おめでとう。
 
   Jul-24-10 Vladimir Malakhov (replies)
 
sleepkid: Somehow I don't think his current FIDE rating is 2107. Chessgames might want to fix that.
 
   Jul-20-10 A J Goldsby vs Tkachiev, 1995 (replies)
 
sleepkid: <I TEACH all my students to never resign! Many have gotten surprise checkmates or saved draws from hopelessly lost positions. > At a certain level, maybe teaching your students not to resign makes a certain amount of sense, but at the higher levels it more often than not ...
 
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