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ughaibu
Member since Nov-15-02 · Last seen Aug-27-16
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   ughaibu has kibitzed 13801 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-27-16 USSR Championship (1944)
 
ughaibu: 13th: "his second consecutive win (counting the absolute championship)" 14th: "his second consecutive title" Either the 14th was his third consecutive title or the 13th was not his second consecutive title.
 
   Aug-26-16 Karasev vs M D Tseitlin, 1970
 
ughaibu: This game has a completely bizarre sacrifice of the exchange.
 
   Aug-26-16 Louis Stumpers (replies)
 
ughaibu: About your first question; "why?" It looks as if you get a 13-12 advantage, but that would be suspiciously simple for this page.
 
   Aug-23-16 Bogoljubov vs Saemisch, 1922
 
ughaibu: I wonder whether Bogoljubov realised that his knight would be trapped after f5. On the other hand, has he anything better than capturing the h-pawn?
 
   Aug-23-16 Havana (1965)
 
ughaibu: Taking the results of just the top eight finishers, we get a tournament won by Kholmov.
 
   Aug-21-16 Marjanovic vs A N Panchenko, 1973
 
ughaibu: Great attack from the Steinitz defence to the Lopez.
 
   Aug-21-16 Vienna (1882)
 
ughaibu: I see. Thanks.
 
   Aug-20-16 World Junior Championship (Girls) (2016) (replies)
 
ughaibu: CountryGirl: you said "surely girls/women are as intelligent as boys/men?! Seems unnecessarily sexist to imply they're not" Very few women, compared with men, take part in shogi tournaments, but if you peruse the list of names of those who solved the problems in Tsumeshogi Paradise,
 
   Aug-20-16 Geller vs Fischer, 1965 (replies)
 
ughaibu: RookFile: if my playing strength were that of Fischer's, then you could trust my answer. You're out of luck, any answer I offer will be unreliable.
 
   Aug-20-16 W L Newham vs Gunsberg, 1883
 
ughaibu: I think that this might be Newham's immortal game. And, uh, he was a Scot, not from "England", and Scots are not "foreigners" in the UK.
 
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