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Member since Oct-22-07 · Last seen Jun-15-19
I played a few tournements in the '90s and had a 1400 rating. I mostly play computers now.

Milwaukee, WI

   stacase has kibitzed 1211 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-14-19 G Quillan vs D Dubov, 2018 (replies)
stacase: Black's h5 Knight was unhelpful, so I figured it was 25.Rxh5 the rest didn't play itself.
   Jun-05-19 J Bentley vs S Tavares, 2018 (replies)
stacase: The mating threat is Rh8# supported by White's a1 Bishop. 27.Rxe8+ and White wins the Knight while Black's Queen defends against mate
   Jun-04-19 Delarochette vs J Negro, 1983 (replies)
stacase: When you look at the final position 23...Nxc2# it reminds me of a post turtle - how did that happen?
   Jun-03-19 Euwe vs S Van Mindeno, 1927 (replies)
stacase: Queen sacrifice Monday, and everything is right with the world.
   Jun-02-19 Ponomariov vs Kramnik, 2010 (replies)
stacase: 19.e6 cracks the egg. I wouldn't say the rest plays itself but it's pretty straight forward. I liked the pinned Bishop moves 25-29.
   May-31-19 Smyslov vs Ribli, 1983 (replies)
stacase: Maybe over the board I would see that 30.Ng8+ doesn't work - Duh! But how serendipitous is it that Black's Queen just happens to line up for the Knight's discovered attack - and White's d5 Pawn says check when it vacates the necessary square for the Knight to complete the act? The ...
   May-30-19 Ponomariov vs Gelfand, 2008 (replies)
stacase: 15.Nxg6 is obvious and the rest just sort of falls in place.
   May-28-19 Sadler vs D Leal, 2018 (replies)
stacase: The first thought, 23.Bxf6+ to take care of the Rook's attack on the Bishop turns out to be the move. It took way too long to see that it set up the discovered attack on Black's Rook & check 24.Ne4+ winning the Rook for a Knight. The rest comes under the heading of one of those ...
   May-24-19 L Milman vs Anatoly Bykhovsky, 2011 (replies)
stacase: Take the Bishop, take the Knight, fork the King & Queen. Results: Queens off the board and a Rook for a Bishop, Knight & Pawn. Pretty good deal, turns an ugly fight with a Rook against a Knight & Bishop into a one Pawn up slight advantage. I usually miss these tricky knight fork ...
   May-23-19 Neo Zhu vs Shabalov, 2017 (replies)
stacase: 28...Rxg2+ was screaming to be played. The rest was a mop up operation.
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