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Member since Nov-15-02 · Last seen Jun-19-18
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   ughaibu has kibitzed 14545 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-19-18 Bogoljubov vs Alekhine, 1922
ughaibu: <a fine game alright by the Russian champion> Alekhine was joint Russian champion in 1913/14, but that title no longer existed when this game was played, and Alekhine won the first Soviet championship, but by the time of this game had left the USSR for good. Bogolubow, on the ...
   Jun-18-18 H W Trenchard vs Tarrasch, 1898 (replies)
ughaibu: Ironically, perhaps, don't you think it looks exactly like the cliche of a Nimzowitsch game?
   Jun-17-18 Tigran Vartanovich Petrosian (replies)
ughaibu: Brain Gremlin: What's your argument for the implicit claim that Fischer would've beaten Spassky in the 1968 candidates?
   Jun-17-18 USSR Championship (1976)
ughaibu: Half of Karpov's wins were with black, I thought that wasn't meant to happen.
   Jun-17-18 Tal vs A Zakharov, 1991
ughaibu: Well, black would get rook and bishop, not two minor pieces, and which side that exchange favours, varies.
   Jun-15-18 Gligoric vs Petrosian, 1954
ughaibu: 26...Re7 seems to me to be unusually careless, for Petrosian.
   Jun-15-18 1st Trebitsch Memorial (1907)
ughaibu: Thanks.
   Jun-15-18 J Mieses vs Martinolich, 1907 (replies)
ughaibu: WorstPlayerEver: so, all in all, it looks as if 22.Qg3 was a great move. Maybe a Sunday puzzle!
   Jun-15-18 Akiba Rubinstein (replies)
ughaibu: To be a legitimate challenger, surely it's enough to be second best after the champion, no matter how big the disparity between the two. As such, I think Maroczy fitted the bill sometime around the turn of the century.
   Jun-15-18 Emanuel Lasker (replies)
ughaibu: Telemus: now you've piqued my curiosity. I'm unfamiliar with the notion of an "intimate dedication", particularly in somebody else's diary, could you explicate further, please. Also, what was the thrust of Gall's speech? The upshot of this mooted circumstantial evidence is surely ...
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