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ughaibu
Member since Nov-15-02 · Last seen Feb-18-18
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   ughaibu has kibitzed 14442 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-18-18 J Mieses vs Tarrasch, 1920
 
ughaibu: In this tournament, 6.7% of the games were won and lost in less than twenty moves. The other two are: Tartakower vs J Mieses, 1920 and candidate for position of the day: Reti vs Maroczy, 1920 Move 14, white to play.
 
   Feb-18-18 Friedrich Saemisch (replies)
 
ughaibu: Two questions: 1. who was the better smoker, Saemisch or Tal? 2. was there really a tournament called 'Pig-world'?
 
   Feb-17-18 Soltis vs Quinteros, 1975 (replies)
 
ughaibu: Is "winner Soltis" supposed to be some species of pun on 'winter solstice'? It's just a mispronunciation, as far as I can tell.
 
   Feb-16-18 O Bernstein vs J Mieses, 1904
 
ughaibu: Is this the only game in both Logical Chess and The Most Instructive games of Chess Ever Played?
 
   Feb-14-18 keypusher chessforum
 
ughaibu: Looking up your friend Burton, I find "he received the first rudiments of learning at the free school of Sutton Coldfield". You know the only other interesting fact about Sutton Coldfield? It was from thence that the magazine Chess issued.
 
   Feb-14-18 Berlin (1897) (replies)
 
ughaibu: <Germany's strongest player Siegbert Tarrasch> Are you sure about that?
 
   Feb-14-18 Walter Bennett vs D F Sheldon, 1894
 
ughaibu: Qe6 also looks like a win to me. 27....Kf8, 28.Bc5 or 27....Kh8, 28.f7
 
   Feb-11-18 J Lenier vs A Bullen, 2014
 
ughaibu: And if white plays 30.g3?
 
   Feb-10-18 USSR Championship (1940)
 
ughaibu: I guess the best explanation is that Botvinnik was under orders to lose.
 
   Feb-10-18 Hou - Karpov Match (2018) (replies)
 
ughaibu: <Chess960 or some form of random setup is clearly the future, if one wants to bring excitement back into chess, and get away from all these memorized openings that produce the same old stale positions> People have been saying this for about a hundred years now. If you don't ...
 
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