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Member since Nov-15-02 · Last seen Oct-19-17
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   ughaibu has kibitzed 14256 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-19-17 Steinitz vs Chigorin, 1895 (replies)
ughaibu: <I learned a new word today...had never seen that word up until now> "Pendantic"?
   Oct-19-17 J Penrose vs Tal, 1960
ughaibu: I think Tal is generally underrated, well loved but underrated.
   Oct-17-17 Louis Stumpers (replies)
ughaibu: Thanks.
   Oct-16-17 Lasker vs Chigorin, 1895
ughaibu: Keypusher: Thanks, I'll give them a look.
   Oct-11-17 Tal vs Fischer, 1959
ughaibu: They both look happy.
   Oct-07-17 Vinkovci (1968)
ughaibu: Playing games with an average length of 63 moves can't seriously be characterised as "coasting", regardless of the result.
   Oct-07-17 S Volkov vs Ivanchuk, 2005 (replies)
ughaibu: Fair enough. However, as Gheorghiu had the worse position in the ending of that game, it's strange that he would have offered a draw.
   Oct-06-17 K A Walbrodt vs W Pollock, 1895
ughaibu: Thanks. The second use of the note really didn't make much sense.
   Oct-05-17 Budapest Candidates (1950)
ughaibu: <a series of cycles (1) that would select a challenger to Mikhail Botvinnik.> It's a subtle observation; the candidates tournaments only selected challengers for Botvinnik. As a separate issue; did Stahlberg complain about collusion?
   Oct-05-17 Najdorf vs Lilienthal, 1950
ughaibu: You really couldn't ask for weaker white squares in the white position. For a lot of the time every white piece is on a black square. But contrary to Bronstein's reasoning here: Szabo vs Geller, 1953 this just results in blacks's white bishop having nothing to do.
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