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   ughaibu has kibitzed 13622 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-21-14 New York (1924)
ughaibu: Had Tarrasch played, would he have scored 11.5?
   Nov-21-14 Carlsen-Anand World Championship (2014) (replies)
ughaibu: And Alekhine's only win against Lasker was when Alekhine was at his peak but Lasker in his sixties and returning from a nine year retirement. On top of which, neither Alekhine nor Capablanca won their final game with Lasker, when he was aged sixty seven. You realise that between ...
   Nov-20-14 Lasker vs Pillsbury, 1900
ughaibu: In this tournament, Lasker had this ending on both sides of the board: Lasker vs G Marco, 1900 The bishop being the same makes a difference, but I'm surprised the opponents played on so long.
   Nov-19-14 Cochrane vs Mohishunder, 1851
ughaibu: 28.Qd4 e5, 29.dxe6 etc.
   Nov-19-14 Lasker vs Alekhine, 1914
ughaibu: Didn't Reti predict Alekhine would win?
   Oct-31-14 Mikhail Tal (replies)
ughaibu: But that's about a place in the interzonal, not on the Olympiad team.
   Oct-31-14 chessforum (replies)
ughaibu: Considering the strictness of your limits on vocabulary, you allow some very odd adverts:
   Oct-21-14 Kasparov vs Karpov, 1984
ughaibu: I like those positions in which only one side has equal chances.
   Sep-26-14 Mieses vs L Asztalos, 1918 (replies)
ughaibu: How can white play the Vienna if black plays the French?
   Sep-15-14 Fischer vs P Trifunovic, 1961 (replies)
ughaibu: You mean 17...Rg6 instead of Rf7? White can play h4 and if h6, then Qh5. In any case, in my line black will win the pawn back, but it still doesn't look like a trap. Aha! Maybe 17. Bg5 Rg6, 18. h4 h6, 19. Qh5 Qe8, 20. Be7 Rg2. . .
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