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Member since Apr-13-16 · Last seen Jun-23-18
I am longtime clinical social worker, a journalist for a few years, and 2100 player (uscf)when I played in the early to mid-seventies.
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   wtpy has kibitzed 274 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-21-18 Y Chan vs E Galvez Dastin, 2008 (replies)
wtpy: Is it Monday?
   Jun-18-18 Korchnoi vs Huebner, 1981 (replies)
wtpy: Posoo, I am sorry you experienced da trubbles. Are you Irish? I suspect not because Da is typically used by the Gaelic to refer to someone's father and not as a definite article. By the way I do applaud your focus on accountability, though I don't think it is anymore lacking in ...
   Jun-15-18 K Rohonyan vs A L'Ami, 2008 (replies)
wtpy: I looked Rd7 as my first option, settled on it and had the game line up until I diverged with Qe4+ which leads to a quick mate. Easy week so far.
   Jun-14-18 G Jones vs V Dobrov, 2017 (replies)
wtpy: Nice combo which I saw through Rg7+. Playing through the game I was stumped briefly by 27.. Kh8 but then saw Rg3 which allowed Gawain to consolidate his gains.
   Jun-12-18 Najdorf vs Keres, 1939
wtpy: I think this is a nice game; Najdorf gets a better position; Keres overlooks a tactical resource and Najdorf dispatches him quickly.
   Jun-11-18 J Cori vs D Flores, 2018
wtpy: Excellent game. Cori erred with 15 Bg3, missing 15.. a5 16 Nc4 a4, and black seized the initiative and never relinquished it.
   Jun-10-18 Gelfand vs Beliavsky, 1991 (replies)
wtpy: I got most of this. Certainly didn't consider grasping the nettle with 26 ed4 as white's best defense as stockfish suggests.
   Jun-08-18 S Volkov vs D Anikonov, 2016 (replies)
wtpy: So a lot of times when you are you are trying to force a pawn promotion it is about interposing a piece and blocking the defenders access to a square, but not this time. Nb7 keeps the bishop from d8 and also controls the a5 square. Then white maneuvers his king to c6 and the bishop has
   Jun-06-18 D Flores vs S Shankland, 2018 (replies)
wtpy: Is he? Looks like that is only good for a draw to me
   Jun-01-18 Altibox Norway (2018) (replies)
wtpy: My break was a particularly bad one, and I can't conceive of playing in a chess tournament afterward plus you have lots of physical rehab. I was in hospital for ten days and I had to use a walker for 3 months and a cane for over a year. If Ding continues in tournament it will be ...
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