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uniqueid
Member since Dec-11-06 · Last seen Oct-14-17
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   uniqueid has kibitzed 31 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-12-17 Ivanchuk vs Kasparov, 1991 (replies)
 
uniqueid: One of my favorite Chucky games, also one of the best annotations by kingscrusher - https://youtu.be/2PcaoAZZ6Rc
 
   Oct-09-17 K Tjolsen vs S Marder, 2010 (replies)
 
uniqueid: <FSR> GOTD puns, make it five in less than a month! They are watching you :-)
 
   Oct-06-17 R Rapport vs Fressinet, 2015 (replies)
 
uniqueid: <FSR> thanks for the link to the youtube video, now the Netflix Hip-Hop evolution is also on my watch list. The pun and the game are both very delightful. That knight on d6 must be a cousin of Kasparov's Octopus knight.
 
   Oct-05-17 J D Carlin vs N Pert, 2011 (replies)
 
uniqueid: It seems like the game move 28. Rh8 is the key move securing win for black. <FSR> 29.Rg2 Qe1+ and 30. Bh1 instead of 30. Kh2, saves the game for white (even with the e-pawn marching down). The Stockfish analysis shows draw after 30. Kh2 <chessgames.com> pretty awesome ...
 
   Aug-15-17 Oral vs S Brodbeck, 1997 (replies)
 
uniqueid: Mr. Brodbeck was probably going for a tactical shot of his own with 15...Bxg4 16. fxg4 Nxe4 forcing the queen to move, and threatening mate on a2. The best defensive move seems to be 17. Qc1 Nc3+ 18. bxc3 bxc3 , placing a dangerous pawn on c3, and opening the b file for black rook.
 
   Aug-07-17 Ivanchuk vs Short, 1995 (replies)
 
uniqueid: <yadasampati> thats right. Thank you for transposing my confusion to Black. 29. Ne3 is indeed a strong defense. 29...Qxf2+ 30.Kh1 Ra8 with Ra1 coming up unless white gives up one of the rooks. Still don't see why black had to snatch defeat from the jaws of draw (or win ...
 
   Aug-18-13 Shirov vs V Malaniuk, 1989 (replies)
 
uniqueid: Beautiful play by Shirov. I saw that the pawn push is critical, but went for knight sacrifice 38.Nxe6, thinking Qxe6, 39. d5 Qe7 40. Qg5+ Kf7 41. dxc6, with the threat of Bc4+ looming , and then my brain reached the limits of its computing power. Shirov's knight is placed so ...
 
   Dec-25-08 R Pereira vs F Schellmann, 2008 (replies)
 
uniqueid: <MostlyAverageJoe> There are some interesting lines that follow after 28 Rg8 29 Nxg7 Rxg7 30 Rxf7 Rxf7 (if 30..Rd8 31. Qxd8+ Bxd8 32. Rf8+ Rg8 33. Rxg8#) (if 30..Qa8 black is stronger although it might lead to a draw for white) 31 Bxf7 Qxf7 (threatening mate with 32 Qf6) ...
 
   May-23-08 Harris vs Weeramantry, 1972 (replies)
 
uniqueid: you missed a good pun for this one. Weeramantry translates to "Valiant Minister" (the queen is sometimes also referred to as the minister in Indian chess or as the wiki puts it: the minister is an 'archaic' term for queen)
 
   Apr-19-08 Short vs D Houston, 1981 (replies)
 
uniqueid: All hail <soberknight>, the prediction has come true. <kevin86> great recap !!
 
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