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Member since Sep-23-02 · Last seen Apr-12-10
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   Cerebrate2006 has kibitzed 133 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-12-05 E Vorobiov vs Vaganian, 2004 (replies)
Cerebrate2006: Why not just 6. dxc6? Knowing me there is a one mover i can not see.
   Apr-07-05 W R Ballard vs J Fagan, 1884 (replies)
Cerebrate2006: white was down knight odds, so its a variant
   Mar-16-05 Najdorf vs Gligoric, 1953 (replies)
Cerebrate2006: This is where the Mar del Plata variation was born. In his book on this variation, Gligoric decribes how he made up this line just a few minutes before the game and made up new moves as he went along. This novelty quickly turned into one of the most important lines in all of ...
   Oct-18-04 Kramnik vs Leko, 2004 (replies)
Cerebrate2006: during study hall i tried to check out the game, but my stupid school has to have every single site showing this game blocked. And the administrators were nowhere to be found to unblock one of the sites :( what a terrible game to miss
   Oct-11-04 Kramnik vs Leko, 2004 (replies)
Cerebrate2006: omg leave pinkpanther alone. Just because he thinks that GMs are drawing too much does not mean he is an idiot. And also, he did not attack any of you till you started to attack him. So dont be hypocrites. Just let the guy share his opinions and you can share yours. If you ...
   Sep-23-04 32nd World Open (2004)
Cerebrate2006: I was in the U1600 (yes i know this post is really late)...i only managed +5-3=1. coming from last year where i got second in the u1400 section...this was a disapointment
   Sep-18-04 Tal vs Vaganian, 1988 (replies)
Cerebrate2006: alright is it just me or did this game do a two move repetition, before black resigned. Sure i think white can do a better move than g3, but there are still a few more checks-and when there is a check there is hope. can anyone explain this for me?
   Sep-17-04 Alekhine vs O Tenner, 1911 (replies)
Cerebrate2006: this is really simliar to legals mate....sure there is the fact that u dont get mated from a knight, but the attack is simliar
   Jun-08-04 Alekhine vs Gruenfeld, 1922 (replies)
Cerebrate2006: wow you guys make it sound like it is a rare occasion. A few weeks ago, i played my entire chess club, and each one in succesion threw their king across the table (generally at me) as they lost. It was either the fact that i mated them most beautifully, or that i was having so
   Jun-04-04 E Diemer vs F Trommsdorf, 1973 (replies)
Cerebrate2006: Why 43. Ng4? i like 43. Nh5 better, i dont see a way to stop the pawns after Nh5
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