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Member since Jul-26-12 · Last seen Nov-28-18
I live in Porto Alegre - Rio Grande do Sul - Brasil. My favorite player was José Raul Capablanca.
I'm only a club player.

   Dr.Vulcan has kibitzed 26 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Mar-06-15 Erich Eliskases (replies)
Dr.Vulcan: Eliskases, when he had lived in Porto Alegre, state of Rio Grande do Sul (the same state where Mecking was born) - Brasil, told to my old friends, that his name came from the Basque Language (or Basque Tongue) of the Basque Country, at the north of Spain, from where came his ...
   Jun-28-14 The World vs Naiditsch, 2014 (replies)
   Jan-24-14 Tal vs Kasparov, 1992 (replies)
Dr.Vulcan: Another premature desistance of Kasparov, unless he had no more time to continue.
   Jan-18-14 S Williams vs The World, 2013 (replies)
Dr.Vulcan: We can say the White are in "Zugzwang".
   Sep-11-13 Carlsen vs Nakamura, 2013 (replies)
Dr.Vulcan: 26. ...e6 is simple and effective.
   Sep-10-13 Antonio Cavilhas Rocha (replies)
Dr.Vulcan: We cannot forget that he is (or he was) native from Rio Grande, where he was born in 06/13/1944.
   Dec-23-12 The World vs V Akobian, 2012 (replies)
Dr.Vulcan: DPLeo: <To the tune of "Talking Mr. Ed"> <A horse is a horse of course of course Unless it's "a bone in the throat" of course And that of course will be our horse When we vote for the best move 35.Nd6!! I know, I should probably leave this kind of thing to the
   Sep-22-12 Kramnik vs Morozevich, 2007 (replies)
Dr.Vulcan: Indeed, Moszkowski012273, 8...Kxc3, 9.bxc3 Bxc3, 10.Rb1 Dxd4 (winning another pawn), etc. was the correct continuation. But, like said the philosoph "The fear to lose, takes away the will to win". Something similar had happened in M Romi vs Capablanca - Paris, 1938, when the ...
   Jul-31-12 Korchnoi vs R G Wade, 1963 (replies)
Dr.Vulcan: Pachman suggests also another continuation, that shows the black is in "Zugzwang": 63...R6d5 64 Qf6+ Kg8 65 Qxb6, etc.(usw). For Ludèk Pachman,the black had a steady game until 34...Bg6?? and 35...hxg6??.
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