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stst
Member since Feb-05-11 · Last seen Dec-12-17
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   stst has kibitzed 1624 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-11-17 E Vladimirov vs G Agzamov, 1977 (replies)
 
stst: close to time-out, give one plausible variation: 29.Bg6+ fxB 30.Ne6 (then follow some variations) one being gxf5 31.Rxg7+ RxR 32.Qxh6+ Kg8 33.Qb8+ Kf7 34.NxR(g) QxN 35.Rh7 pins the Q
 
   Dec-10-17 AlphaZero - Stockfish (2017) (replies)
 
stst: We certainly need more data to show it's superiority, incl. as many say, show more variations, and (some people again may not like this,) what % is win with black. The guess is that, may end up a prevailing supremacy like Alpha Go (nick name Master) beating all top Go players 60-0, and
 
   Dec-10-17 London Chess Classic (2017) (replies)
 
stst: <...he is not strong enough in the openings to compare to Kasparov (or Karpov for that matter).> True, today's top few guys almost need a implant of a MEGA db of openings and work up to at least 20 moves (& all variations of course) for each opening, so that he can surprise the ...
 
   Dec-05-17 G Chandler vs B Tauren, 1989 (replies)
 
stst: Tue R-sac, make way for the Q to act like another B: 23.RxP+ bxR releasing da Q 24.Qe6+ and done (double diagonal, while d-file locked by another WR, and self B blocks the only escape sq.)
 
   Dec-01-17 O Bernstein vs Kotov, 1946 (replies)
 
stst: <No, I don't use a board.> At least not for today. For some Sat / Insane's, board work might be necessary. But I always try visual first, until it all blurs.
 
   Nov-28-17 King's Tournament (Rapid) (2017)
 
stst: Chuck is still moncho in any 2nd tier tourneys... but most probably his hey days are already gone to even set foot on path to the top... lucky if ranked within top 20??
 
   Nov-27-17 Hector vs Barbero, 1991 (replies)
 
stst: Mondy Q-sac: 36.........QxP+ if 37.bxQ RxP# if 37.Kb1 Qa1#
 
   Nov-26-17 World Junior Championship (2017) (replies)
 
stst: <...11-round Swiss...> 11, odd and prime, pure and elegant, not too large, not too small, reducing chances of draws etc. etc.
 
   Nov-26-17 FIDE Grand Prix Mallorca (2017) (replies)
 
stst: <...He may be a she.> Ya!! Looking forward for such a "she." If not he, must be "she??" Wonder girl - Goddess of All Wisdom, Cometh thy Messiah!?! ((Crazy? Drunk? Insane!?!))
 
   Nov-22-17 Sax vs A O Holloway, 1987 (replies)
 
stst: Pretty straight-forward, though some variation in between could be possible: 25...... Nxg3+ 26.hxN Rf1+ 27.RxR QxR+ 28.Kh2 Nf3+ 29.QxN QxQ and the rest easy.
 
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