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Central Control
Member since Aug-06-05 · Last seen Jan-20-06
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   Central Control has kibitzed 36 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-26-05 City of Moscow (replies)
Central Control: <aw1988> Your constant unpredictable humor never ceases to keep us off balance, lol.
   Dec-26-05 Janosevic vs Petrosian, 1978 (replies)
Central Control: <SuicidalKing> Its Monday, 2:24ET and I should be in bed, lol! Simple Mondays, hope its like this in my next tournament game in Miami!
   Dec-24-05 R Stone vs L Day, 1983 (replies)
Central Control: 36. Qc2?? ... Blunder Alert!
   Dec-23-05 Two Knights (C57) (replies)
Central Control: <Akavall> I know Chessmaster does too.
   Dec-22-05 Alekhine vs P de Unamuno, 1944 (replies)
Central Control: <ughaibu> Um, thanks.
   Dec-22-05 A E Post vs Nimzowitsch, 1905 (replies)
Central Control: <malbase> Interesting, I had considered your idea but everytime we tried (In post game analysis, admitedly not very hard) White could take the pawn with check. I am very well aware that in these types of situations, if the king can get to a certain point where a check ...
   Dec-19-05 H K E Clemenz vs F Eisenschmidt, 1862 (replies)
Central Control: Its great and all that people got it but during a game there's not a "White to Move and Win" sign overhead. The whole attack has to be conducted sucessfully which is just part of the reason chess is so hard.
   Dec-01-05 Blackburne vs A Crook, 1902 (replies)
Central Control: I am not A. Crook!
   Nov-27-05 C Manley vs J Rosenberg, 2001 (replies)
Central Control: This game brings up bad memories of a blitz game I played against an expert player at the local chess club.
   Nov-22-05 T Fogarasi vs D Breder, 2000 (replies)
Central Control: I got it without too much trouble though it took me a while longer than it should of for some reason. Like someone else mentioned earlier, its probably one of the only puzzles that are easier to see OTB than when theres a "[color] to play and win" overhead.
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