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Member since Apr-13-16 · Last seen Oct-19-19
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 1126 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-19-19 Kenneth S Rogoff (replies)
wtpy: HMM, Did it ever occur to you establish which of Trump's gulf resorts had the lawsuit that you are referring to? A couple of clicks on Google and you could have included the info and produced a more substantive post.
   Oct-17-19 Count Wedgemore chessforum (replies)
wtpy: Count, I think you will enjoy it. If it whets your appetite for more great novels set in the city: Walker Percy's The Moviegoer; Tom Robbins-Jitterbug Perfume; Nelson Algren's Walk on the Wildside are all firstrate.
   Oct-17-19 Carlsen vs Bacrot, 2010 (replies)
wtpy: Saw 28 Qd7 generated a lot of threats, but after Kf7 would have gone with 29 Nf6 which looks like it also wins.
   Oct-15-19 Grand Swiss IoM (2019) (replies)
wtpy: I have nothing against Carlsen, was just pulling for the old man.
   Sep-30-19 Susan Freeman chessforum (replies)
wtpy: Susan, Anniversarys and birthdays are tough. Hang in there.
   Sep-27-19 V Kovacevic vs Z Kozul, 1993 (replies)
wtpy: I kind of got the main idea on this one ;I went with 32 ..Ng5 33 Kh3 Re3 and white is helpless against the rook going to e2. But white can defend better with 33 Qd3 even though black is still winning with 33... Qd7 which I saw quickly.
   Sep-19-19 World Cup (2019) (replies)
wtpy: Count, I like Wei Yi as well. And if you can't play audaciously at 20 (not sure adventuresomely is a word but sure wanted to use it), your play will likely be deathly dull by middle age-- which in chess years is what--28?
   Sep-14-19 Harikrishna vs V Fedoseev, 2019
wtpy: Some interesting tactics in this game: 20 e4 is a nice shot, wrests a bit of advantage; black can't play 28 ...Rf2 because of 29 Nb6 and if black captures on b6 30 Qa3+ Kb8 31 Na6+ winning blacks queen. 34 Na6 is nice concluding combo and the ensuing endgame routine to convert.
   Sep-13-19 Suetin vs Shcherbakov, 1991 (replies)
wtpy: Got it.
   Sep-10-19 L Day vs A Kalotay, 1965 (replies)
wtpy: Yeah, But Day played the opening terribly by grabbing the d pawn and is busted after 12..Bc3. 9 d5 and Day has good game.
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