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Member since Feb-19-04 · Last seen Oct-25-16
Tony Palmer

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   tpstar has kibitzed 13053 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-25-16 Kenneth S Rogoff (replies)
tpstar: <Abdel Irada> You have some nerve falsely accusing me of being a <serial violator> of the Posting Guidelines when you break the rules here on a daily basis and you know it. Other people break the rules here too, and they know it too, except they don't post four point ...
   Oct-24-16 WannaBe chessforum (replies)
tpstar: <WannaBe> Off and on for a special project. Lots of advanced mental illness lately, but the end justifies the means. Remember that guy who sabotaged the site awards? Beware him and his surrogates for the next month. Take care. =)
   Oct-24-16 tpstar chessforum
tpstar: Now for the truth. <Big Pawn> was a noxious sociopath both of him. But he never gave me the sensation I get dealing with you. Why is it, <tpstar>, that every time I log into this forum and see a post from you, I feel as though I'd just stepped into a muddy riverbed ...
   Oct-22-16 J van Foreest vs I Sokolov, 2016
tpstar: Jorden Rules
   Oct-22-16 H Grund vs S Siebrecht, 2001
tpstar: White to Play and Win after 22 ... Nxd4 - Mate in Three. Sparkling attack. 18. Rxe6! is very nice.
   Oct-22-16 A Gibaud vs V Kahn, 1938
tpstar: White to Play and Win after 18 ... Bg7. Unique Remove the Guard situation.
   Oct-22-16 Karpov vs C Solis, 2003
tpstar: White to Play and Win after 22 ... Kf8. After the retreat 9 ... Nf6, 10.a3 is most common Opening Explorer intending 11. Bc2 & 12. Qd3 forming a battery against Black's Kingside, except here Black didn't castle early. Nice IQP play by White, establishing Knights on the outpost ...
   Oct-21-16 Burn vs Loman, 1889 (replies)
tpstar: 11. Bxf7+! is a novel Remove the Guard tactic; 11 ... Qxf7 12. Qxb7 (Fork) Rd8/Rb8 13. Qxc6+ regains the piece. 23 ... Nf8 24. Bh4+ (Skewer) and 24. Bc7 (Fork) both win the exchange. If the game ended with 23 ... h4 then 24. Bc7 wins a piece.
   Oct-21-16 L Mai vs E Moradiabadi, 2015
tpstar: Black to Play and Win after 50. gxf7. Great endgame. Black's King walked a long way to close it out.
   Oct-19-16 M Amanov vs A Bagretsov, 2002
tpstar: 15 ... Nxe5 would have avoided White's combination. Nice tactics utilizing the powerful Knights on f5 and d5.
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