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think
Member since Dec-08-05 · Last seen May-23-15
I play as the user sheepweevil on chess.com, with a rating hovering around 2000 in 3 days/move games.

   think has kibitzed 517 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-10-13 J Dobias vs J Podgorny, 1952 (replies)
 
think: Dobias Industries - Dobias some coffee.
 
   Feb-18-13 Alekhine vs B Verlinsky, 1918 (replies)
 
think: That website is lame... Don't go to alekhine.net
 
   Oct-06-12 M Brodsky vs P Toledano Luna, 1996 (replies)
 
think: If anyone's confused as to why Black resigned, it looks like he can do nothing about Kc3, winning the exchange for White.
 
   Aug-16-12 Rossolimo vs P Reissmann, 1967 (replies)
 
think: <HeMateMe> It means "Queen of the Night" in Italian.
 
   Aug-14-12 J Finnegan vs R P Allen, 1948 (replies)
 
think: This game is fantastic! Did Black go wrong just trying to keep his extra pawn with 7. ... d5? He would probably have been better off with 11. ... Qxd5.
 
   Jun-29-12 Morphy vs Bird, 1859 (replies)
 
think: I love games like this where so many pyrotechnics happen in the midgame and the winner ends up with a tiny advantage that is barely enough to take home the point. Crazy game!
 
   Jun-29-12 Smyslov vs E Jimenez Zerquera, 1965 (replies)
 
think: Unfortunately my en passant solution gxf3 turns out to be illegal :(
 
   Apr-10-12 Ding Liren vs Lu Shanglei, 2012 (replies)
 
think: <waustad> It's from an episode of Seinfeld where a woman keeps going on about her fiance, and how she can't find her baby. Elaine says "maybe the dingo ate your baby" in an Australian accent.
 
   Mar-30-12 R Garcia vs J A Rubinetti, 1972 (replies)
 
think: Got this one! Don't get many Fridays. Since there are so few options, finding candidate moves was easy. One small issues was convincing myself that Kxb3 wouldn't cut it.
 
   Mar-09-12 M Jirovsky vs R Kempinski, 2007 (replies)
 
think: Great Knight vs. Bishop endgame technique! The Knight and pawn on a4 and c4 are perfectly placed to keep the White King out without being attacked by the Bishop. One key move is 41. ... Kg3! because Kg4 allows Bc2 which looks like a draw. Note that the great Knight comes into play ...
 
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