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dac1990
Member since Apr-16-04 · Last seen Jun-19-08
I live in Rochester, NY. I play at the Rochester Chess Center twice a week if I can. 4 rated games a week isn't bad. I also have Fritz. You should get Fritz too. It's great for analysis and took my rating up at least 100 points.

Since I play so actively, it wouldn't make sense to post my average rating, since it's always changing. So I'm just going post the current one:

CURRENT RATING: 1749

>> Click here to see dac1990's game collections.

   dac1990 has kibitzed 943 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-17-06 A Ivanov vs A Vitolinsh, 1979 (replies)
 
dac1990: I said 83. h7, with the idea of 83 ...Kxh7 84. Rg5, preventing the king from helping to block the remaining f-pawn. Anyone care to comment?
 
   Oct-05-05 Topalov vs Kasimdzhanov, 2005 (replies)
 
dac1990: Even if nothing else good comes from this game, let me say this: Topalov has an awesome tie.
 
   Oct-02-05 FIDE World Championship Tournament (2005) (replies)
 
dac1990: Hey, everybody, sorry I haven't been around lately, been very busy. Could anyone tell me the best games thus far so I can add them to my collection? Game Collection: The Greatest Games of 2005
 
   Sep-18-05 Shredder vs Gambit Tiger, 2001 (replies)
 
dac1990: The iron friend, Fritz, has this to say: 47 ...Nd2!! 48.Bxd2 [48.fxe3 Nxf1 49.Kxf1 Rxe3 ] 48 ...exf2+ [48 ...exd2? 49.Qxd2 Ra2 50.Rc2 =] 49.Rxf2 [49.Kh2? Bxg2! 50.Qa2+ Rxa2
 
   Sep-17-05 Unzicker vs Antoshin, 1965
 
dac1990: I would offer Fritz's services, but patzer2 seems to have it covered (with the post on page 1). Sweet combination.
 
   Sep-16-05 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
dac1990: Today is birthday #15 for me! Here's to six years of playing for me, and hopefully, at least 55 more!
 
   Sep-16-05 Stein vs Filip, 1967 (replies)
 
dac1990: As usual, I will keep up my streak of analyzing the weekend problems. Here goes. 33.Rxf6!! Rxb1+ [33 ...Kxf6 34.Qd4+ Kf7 35.Qxa1 ] 34.Qxb1 Kxf6 [34 ...Qh8 35.Rxg6+! Rxg6 36.Qa1+ Rf6 37.Rxe7+ Kg6 38.Qb1+ Kg5 39.f4+ Kh6 ...
 
   Sep-11-05 J Boey vs Estrin, 1972 (replies)
 
dac1990: Wow, a game from 1972 that wasn't Fischer-Spassky. You don't see that too often.
 
   Sep-11-05 Korchnoi vs S Nedeljkovic, 1957 (replies)
 
dac1990: Brilliant!
 
   Sep-10-05 B Jonasson vs Angantysson, 1984 (replies)
 
dac1990: Today's puzzle analysis is brought to you by Fritz 8: Taking over the world, one move at a time. 26.f6? (This is bad, but White is losing anyway) 26 ...e2?? (and black tosses away the advantage!) --- [26 ...Bxf6! 27.Nxe3 Qxe3+ 28.Kh1 Bxb2
 
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