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syracrophy
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   syracrophy has kibitzed 2774 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-12-17 P Dukaczewski vs A Zaibi, 2014
 
syracrophy: [DIAGRAM] 29.c3!! [DIAGRAM] 38.♗c6! The other most impressive fact of this game (apart from the game itself) is - hold tight to your seats-: IM Dukaczewski is blind - the Ray Charles of polish chess. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMk...
 
   Aug-12-17 Piotr Dukaczewski
 
syracrophy: In a few words the following fest for the Sicilian bounty hunters: both Kings on the run, a promoted Queen and a brutal liquidation! A delight of play by the blind master: Dukaczewski, Piotr (2288) vs Zaibi, Amir (2297) 41st Olympiad Open 2014, 2014-08-08 1. e4 c5 2. ...
 
   Aug-10-17 Marcel Sisniega
 
syracrophy: Marcel Sisniega, considered the greatest Mexican player after Carlos Torre, took everyone by surprise by winning the National title at the age of 15. In 1976, aged 16, he earned his second title with an "almost" Fischer sweeping: 10½-½. The following brilliancy, highly praised by
 
   Jul-24-17 M Leon Hoyos vs L Bruzon Batista, 2007
 
syracrophy: <Aguascalientes hosted the LIII National Chess Championship (2007) of Mexico, where more than a thousand players gathered. In the Open Section ("Primera Fuerza" in Spanish) more than 200 players participated from ten countries. Cuban Fidel Corrales, 19, was crowned champion ...
 
   Jul-24-17 Jose Gonzalez Garcia
 
syracrophy: José played a brilliantly sharp game ten years ago at the 53rd Mexican Open (where he finished =6th-8th, a point behind the winner, Fidel Corrales) with the Black pieces in a French (awaiting for upload): Carreto Nieto, Giovanni (2178) - Gonzalez Garcia, Jose (2518) Mexican op ...
 
   Jul-21-17 Jose Felix Villarreal Felix
 
syracrophy: José Félix Villarreal Félix has been one of the great figures of mexican chess from his junior years. He made his great breakthrough on his second Olympic participation at Malta (1980), playing 4th Board, by taking the first of the only two golds of Mexico's overall record. He ...
 
   Jul-12-17 P Van der Weide vs G Ligterink, 1979
 
syracrophy: <27...♘h1> is listed #54 in Tim Krabbe's <110 Most Fantastic Moves> compilation: https://timkr.home.xs4all.nl/chess/...
 
   Jul-05-17 Dutch Championships (2017) (replies)
 
syracrophy: Too bad they could only keep the Queen-sacs streak for the first two rounds. Curiously, the victims were the old and new Dutch Champions! <RD. 1> J van Foreest vs S Ernst, 2017 (Jordeen being the defending champion) [DIAGRAM] <30...♕xe3!> ...
 
   Jun-26-17 Topalov vs Nakamura, 2017
 
syracrophy: <CORRECTION OF TYPOS> While on a big hurry to leave the computer, I posted a brief text full of errors without giving a second thought - I just couldn't let pass the enthusiastic moment. The use of 'desperado' Rook was bad employed. Correct would've been simply to say the ...
 
   Jun-12-17 Glek vs Lazarev, 1997
 
syracrophy: Last item of Tim Krabbé's classic chapter "The Ultimate Blunder" ( https://timkr.home.xs4all.nl/chess2... <Black had been pestered with a threat on f8 for a long time, and believed to have finally succumbed to it when White played 43.♖xf8+ He resigned, but after ...
 
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