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   ChessDaZaster has kibitzed 9 times to chessgames  
   Jan-07-10 J Sarwer vs Waitzkin, 1986 (replies)
ChessDaZaster: Yep, and in an impromptu "match" at the Manhattan Chess Club in November 1985, Waitzkin beat Sarwer in three straight games. After which, Jeff reportedly cried for an hour and a half. Little boys hate to lose - just like grown men. So where's the surprise? Sarwer and Waitzkin ...
   Jul-12-09 C Bloodgood vs R McSorely, 1959
ChessDaZaster: The annotations at moves 10 and 13 are truly insightful. Not.
   Jun-14-09 Anand vs Kasparov, 1995 (replies)
ChessDaZaster: So, what is the purpose of 11)Kh1?
   May-06-09 O'Kelly vs Najdorf, 1950
ChessDaZaster: What an awesome game by Najdorf. Simply amazing.
   Mar-01-09 De la Riva Aguado vs Bologan, 2001 (replies)
ChessDaZaster: On Sundays, I just look at the position and make guess based on what just "looks right" - no analysis. I mean, it would be pointless for me to do otherwise, having started playing chess 07/08. 40...Bxh4 looked right to me since it opened up the white king's last wall of ...
   Feb-16-09 Bakhmatov vs E Ghaem Maghami, 2005 (replies)
ChessDaZaster: On Monday's I am a chess genius! The rest of the week, not so much...
   Feb-14-09 Saidy vs Silman, 1989 (replies)
ChessDaZaster: In Jeremy Silman’s book “The Amateurs Mind” (2nd Ed., page 52) he chides a student for saying that pawns in a particular position ( Hort vs V Ciocaltea, 1973 ) are backward (those on d6 and h7). He states: “Those are not backward pawns! A pawn is only backward if it ...
   Feb-02-09 Greco vs NN, 1620 (replies)
ChessDaZaster: Thank goodness for Mondays. Otherwise I would never get these #($!&$ puzzles.
   Jan-10-09 A Meek vs Morphy, 1855 (replies)
ChessDaZaster: Ludek Pachman, in "Modern Chess Strategy", gives Black's 19th move a "!". What if 20. Qxh3? Any thoughts on possible continuations?
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