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Member since Nov-15-02 · Last seen Jan-17-17
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   ughaibu has kibitzed 13912 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-17-17 Margate (1937)
ughaibu: Alekhine wasn't world champion, again, until December.
   Jan-10-17 Fischer vs W A Nyman, 1964 (replies)
ughaibu: How about 16...Kh8, 17.Rd7 h6, 18.Be5 Rg8, 19.Nf7 Kh7, 20.Bd3 g6, 21.Ng5 Kh8, 22.Rh7?
   Jan-08-17 A Machulsky vs Geller, 1981
ughaibu: How about 14...Re6?
   Jan-08-17 J Kupper vs F Olafsson, 1959
ughaibu: The fianchetto might not be the problem: J Penrose vs Gligoric, 1960 .
   Jan-08-17 Petrosian vs Pachman, 1961 (replies)
ughaibu: <Here's an example where descriptive is better: <A fianchetto is when you play P-N3 followed by B-N2.> In algebraic that is <A fianchetto is when one plays b2-b3 or g2-g3 followed by Bb2 or Bg3 as White, or ...b7-b6 or ...g7-g6 followed by ...Bb7 or ...Bg7 as ...
   Jan-06-17 Fischer vs Myagmarsuren, 1967 (replies)
ughaibu: Ron: You have forced a tenuous connection that I can't imagine any serious reason for finding offensive. On the other hand, the excessive claims to be offended at the drop of a hat, I do find offensive. Your comments are insulting to the admin. and the other members.
   Jan-03-17 Palma de Mallorca Interzonal (1970) (replies)
ughaibu: <You really see the difference with the black pieces - there, nobody could put wins up on the board like Fischer could.> Lasker: St Petersburg (1914)/Emanuel Lasker , Botvinnik: USSR Championship (1945)/Mikhail Botvinnik , Kotov: Stockholm Interzonal (1952) , Tal: Riga ...
   Dec-29-16 Geller vs G Garcia, 1978
ughaibu: Here's the shoe on the other foot: P Delekta vs Geller, 1992
   Dec-19-16 USSR Championship 1961a (1961)
ughaibu: Small typo in the introduction: "nor" should be 'or'.
   Dec-18-16 Robert James Fischer (replies)
ughaibu: <By "super player" I meant a player who at his best is totally dominant (relative to their peers) and who doesn't show any signs of weakness. Morphy and Fischer are both "super players" in this sense.> No they weren't, and this has been illustrated to you with specific ...
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