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   CreamyGoodness has kibitzed 25 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-27-07 The World vs G Timmerman, 2007 (replies)
CreamyGoodness: <azaris>: <I'm now willing to go for 1.f3 e6 2.g4 just to play into GMT's strengths and avoid a boring draw.> w00t!! 1. f3 has the BIG MO! It's poised for a come-from-behind victory! <I'm sure someone has suggested this at some point.> Sort of. Back around ...
   Mar-10-07 R Nezhmetdinov vs V Mikenas, 1948 (replies)
CreamyGoodness: What's up with the suicidal .. d6 instead of trading off the knight, then capturing the pawn on c5 with the King's bishop? Not only is black down a pawn, but white has been allowed to establish a murderous pawn chain in the middle of the board and leapfrog ahead in ...
   Feb-14-07 A Khandelwal vs W Bennet, 2006
CreamyGoodness: If white moves the Queen to h6, the black Queen can come back to defend on f8.
   Jan-27-07 Shulman vs The World, 2007 (replies)
CreamyGoodness: If he plays g6, we can transpose into a Benoni line with c5. I play the QID a fair amound and that's my favorite variation. It has a small sample size in opening explorer, but looks to be sharp rather than drawish, and that's my experience. Any reason we wouldn't want to go ...
   Jan-13-07 Kramnik vs Karpov, 1999 (replies)
CreamyGoodness: Why not 63. Ne4+, forking the knight and king? That leaves only the two pawns on the board, and the black king cannot stop both.
   Oct-11-06 The World vs A Nickel, 2006 (replies)
CreamyGoodness: That dark square bishop is a valuable piece, given the holes around the black king. I'd keep it in reserve rather than move it to the front lines with Bb6, where we might have to retreat it to avoid an exchange with the remaining black knight. It's in a good spot now, IMO.
   Sep-19-06 Pillsbury vs E Chatard, 1900 (replies)
CreamyGoodness: Wow, 6... Nb4 is a real howler. I've played the Brooklyn variation of the Alekhine and a bunch of other silly openings like the Fried Fox; they're especially delicious when your opponent gets all huffy 'n' stuffy about theory... then loses. But the thing about these openings ...
   Sep-06-06 J Richman vs Fischer, 1963 (replies)
CreamyGoodness: <keypusher>: why not 26. axb3 Bxd2+ 27. Kxd2 ? Why wouldn't you take back the bishop? After the dust settles white will be a pawn down, so it's not a winning maneuver, but you seem to be suggesting that the only alternative to suicide is... suicide.
   Aug-29-06 J Emma vs Stein, 1966 (replies)
CreamyGoodness: Here's a puzzle for you: 35. White to play and win.
   Apr-12-06 W Grimshaw vs A Love, 1886 (replies)
CreamyGoodness: The title of the John Hiatt track is, simply "Thing Called Love", from his 1987 album "Bring the Family". The chorus starts, "Are you ready for the thing called love". In his version, the words "crazy little thing called love" appear, but only in the outro, and I think that's
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