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Member since Feb-28-07 · Last seen Dec-11-18
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   HeMateMe has kibitzed 57719 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-11-18 Kenneth S Rogoff (replies)
HeMateMe: I wonder how 'Mooch' puts his three days in the White House on his five star resume? "Worked at the White House in August, but left for a better opportunity." That'll work, the ol' "left for a better opportunity" line. I wonder what Omarosa is doing these days? Roller Derby? ...
   Dec-11-18 London Chess Classic (2018) (replies)
HeMateMe: Hi Roger, thanks for the shout out. I would have to look at some more tournaments before giving you a competent answer. Unfortunately the new management of this site doesn't bring in as many of the tournaments as it used to be. I tend to not see the games unless they appear here. I
   Dec-11-18 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
HeMateMe: <TP> I like you, but if I was a parent I would not want you as a chess coach for my kid. You get weird too often, you like to fight with anonymous people in cyberspace too much, and you obsess on racial themes. Parents want their kids to be in a calm, placid setting. You ...
   Dec-11-18 Alburt vs Gulko, 1986
HeMateMe: This is one of Gulko's first games in the USA as an immigrant, in 1986. Sharp opening by Alburt chases Gulko's king into the open. White to play and win, move 33.
   Dec-11-18 S Shankland vs Gulko, 2009 (replies)
HeMateMe: boris Gulko past his prime here, but still has enough gas in the tank to defeat the young Shankland.
   Dec-10-18 Jeremy Lim (replies)
HeMateMe: why does LeBron look around to see which camera has a red light (is on) and, is it on him, as he's pointing fingers and giving instructions? Does he need it that much?
   Dec-10-18 Karpov vs Keene, 1977
HeMateMe: nice game. Black's weak, backward d pawn sees like a liability that can lose a game, but it turns into a passed pawn that holds the draw! Interesting how careers change. Later in life Karpov had time trouble against the stronger players. I forget which player it was, possibly Anand
   Dec-10-18 L Shamkovich vs A Lein, 1971
HeMateMe: Exciting tactical game here, Shamkovich and Lein in the '71 USSR championship. They played each other in other USSR championship rounds too. both guys defected to the USA and played several times in the USA closed championship. Here they play in NYC, Lasker Memorial: < L ...
   Dec-09-18 Fischer vs P Trifunovic, 1961 (replies)
HeMateMe: why does black play an opening that gives him a weak, isolated e pawn?
   Dec-09-18 Lasker vs Alekhine, 1914
HeMateMe: The first decisive game between Lasker and Alekhine. Wonderful attack by Lasker, at the top of his game. The anchored pawn on b7 is a death sentence for AAA.
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