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ughaibu
Member since Nov-15-02 · Last seen Dec-14-14
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   ughaibu has kibitzed 13628 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-04-14 Albert Einstein (replies)
 
ughaibu: Hey Sneaky! Here you go: http://arxiv.org/pdf/0807.3286.pdf
 
   Dec-03-14 I Abonyi vs Hromadka, 1908
 
ughaibu: Great final move!
 
   Dec-03-14 G Danielsson vs A De Burca, 1935
 
ughaibu: Not the most routine QGD. I guess resignation wasn't wildly premature(?)
 
   Dec-03-14 Capablanca vs Euwe, 1931
 
ughaibu: I've been hearing about Capablanca making chess look easy for pretty much as long as I've been hearing about Capablanca, but I still have no idea of what it means. Particularly in the case of this game, we have a poster saying how bold and original Capablanca's play was, and what ...
 
   Dec-03-14 Carlsen-Anand World Championship (2014) (replies)
 
ughaibu: All it demonstrates is how well some single computer at some singlish time, matches up with a bunch of different humans at different times.
 
   Dec-02-14 Spassky vs Averbakh, 1955
 
ughaibu: But Spassky could only play Ne5 after Averbakh played Re8, and as Averbakh needn't have played that, it's difficult to see how Bxb8 could be relevant to such a plan. So, unless there's a problem with the move order in the above score, Bxb8 remains a mystery.
 
   Nov-21-14 New York (1924)
 
ughaibu: Had Tarrasch played, would he have scored 11.5?
 
   Nov-20-14 Lasker vs Pillsbury, 1900
 
ughaibu: In this tournament, Lasker had this ending on both sides of the board: Lasker vs G Marco, 1900 The bishop being the same makes a difference, but I'm surprised the opponents played on so long.
 
   Nov-19-14 Cochrane vs Mohishunder, 1851
 
ughaibu: 28.Qd4 e5, 29.dxe6 etc.
 
   Nov-19-14 Lasker vs Alekhine, 1914
 
ughaibu: Didn't Reti predict Alekhine would win?
 
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