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Member since Oct-22-07 · Last seen May-27-18
I played a few tournements in the '90s and had a 1400 rating. I mostly play computers now.

Milwaukee, WI

   stacase has kibitzed 1063 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-27-18 Kamsky vs Kramnik, 1994 (replies)
stacase: <ChessHigherCat: ...seeing the first moves is a step in the right direction but you'd have to be nearly a GM to see the whole mind-blowing follow-up.> I saw 23.Nc3 - not like yesterday's ego trip, but getting the 1st move everyday of the week is a personal first.
   May-26-18 J Jackson vs G Jones, 2016 (replies)
stacase: <<Richard Taylor: <stacase ... > Yes indeed!> Good on you.> Thanks for the reply - what I really need is to play chess. Back in the '80s & '90s I played a daily noon game. Even a few touraments - my first game I won against a 1500 rated player (-: It was down hill
   May-25-18 M Antipov vs S V Ivanov, 2017 (replies)
stacase: Take the Rook and the board clears leaving a passed Pawn that cannot be stopped. Pretty straight forward for a Friday.
   May-24-18 Z Hernandez vs B Dekic, 2008 (replies)
stacase: <Pasker: ...There will be a mate for sure and the number of moves to do it doesn't matter.> And if you remember that you don't have to say check with the Queen every move you are absolutely right (-: I've been playing with this thing all morning, and so long as White pays ...
   May-22-18 D Bojovic vs M Zarkovic, 2008 (replies)
stacase: White's Queen defends against 25.Nb6# so 25.Qxe6 and Black can't stop 26.Nb6# or go a Queen down. You have to see that lo and behold, White has a second Bishop in on the party when the Knight moves. I am reminded of some stirring words: < Meanwhile, impatient to mount and ...
   May-21-18 S Maroroa vs A Diamant, 2018 (replies)
stacase: <diagonalley: hmmmmmm "BFTC" (!?) the end i had to google it ... sad!> Me too: Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess
   May-18-18 A E Moussa vs A Nazarov, 2008 (replies)
stacase: 42...Qa1 threatens mate and was easy to see. 45...Rh3+ is where I parted company and is less obvious.
   May-15-18 M Rodshtein vs T L Petrosian, 2008 (replies)
stacase: Patzer sees check - Patzer gives check and in this case it wins the game.
   May-14-18 F Beltz vs A Guerrero Rodriguez, 2008 (replies)
stacase: One of the disadvantages of these puzzles is the fact that you're coming to a situation cold. If you had been playing the game right along, you would know where it was going. What I mean is that in these puzzles you might see the winning move 31.Rxg6+ in this case but have to take ...
   May-09-18 C Bleis vs K Haznedaroglu, 2005 (replies)
stacase: What dumbgai said
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