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Member since Mar-16-12 · Last seen Dec-11-17
Some user names I envy; Lost in Space, Caissa's Clown, Phony Benoni, Offramp come to mind...
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   yiotta has kibitzed 278 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-29-17 V Dambrauskas vs Movsesian, 1995
yiotta: Movsesian finally completes his development with 31...Rd8+.Interposing with the knight from c4 is the only reasonable try, but it is needed to interpose on e3 after Bh6+. What to do? Movsesian has played the Old Indian 27 times with black in this database, scoring +19,-2,=6!
   Oct-15-17 A Mengarini vs R Anderson, 1971
yiotta: This game must have taken place in the bar :)
   Oct-07-17 Gustaf Nyholm (replies)
yiotta: <grasser;....we all just become a footnote in the database.> If we're lucky!
   Sep-25-17 A Pourkashiyan vs Tarjan, 2016
yiotta: Actually, Tarjan was probably very short of time.
   Sep-25-17 Tarjan vs Kramnik, 2017 (replies)
yiotta: A blast from the past...
   Sep-25-17 Tarjan vs T Weinberger, 1968
yiotta: In the latter half of the sixties, before Tarjan was really TARJAN, Weinberger won all 5 of their encounters, including this fine game. Weinberger did it again in 1975 in what seems to be their last battle.
   Sep-23-17 World Cup (2017) (replies)
yiotta: <Clemens Scheitz> seems you don't mind offending at least half the voters of the United States with your unpleasant reference to the President; and regarding your opinions on religious views, you apparently aren't aware that your views are as based on faith as any.
   Sep-09-17 W So vs M Bluebaum, 2017 (replies)
yiotta: <FSR: Who knew the Exchange French was so deadly?> I knew, especially the way I play it. Anyone for the Sicilian?
   Jul-22-17 Jansa vs Huebner, 1969
yiotta: The opening approach to dealing with the King's Indian Attack was not new, but Huebner took it to a new level with spectacular tactical fireworks, beginning with the undermining of the support for c5, what a game!
   Jul-18-17 J Critelli vs T Taylor, 2006
yiotta: 39...Kg5? seems to lose by force. Nice finish.
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