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Member since Feb-17-04 · Last seen Sep-18-06
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   F47 has kibitzed 38 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-07-05 Fischer vs Euwe, 1960 (replies)
F47: <PinkPanther> I prefer white's position after move 14 because of the passed c-pawn. Although it is isolated, white can find ways to trade off the heavy pieces because of black's unsafe king. If the heavy pieces are traded off, the isolated pawn will no longer be definitive ...
   Jul-06-05 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
F47: Thanks guys! <sneaky> and <azaris> quickly responded. :)
   Jun-09-05 D Schneider vs H Ni, 2001 (replies)
F47: Weird. Black shifts his knight from e4-c5-e6, does anyone think this wastes tempo?
   Jun-04-05 Alexey Shirov (replies)
F47: About the psychologicial issues Shirov is facing, maybe Kasparov just does well against Shirov's style. Shirov has a reputation for being somewhat tal-like (complications and mixed with some unsoundness) and Kasparov plays well in complicated games. I think this because of Kasparov's ...
   May-28-05 Van der Wiel vs Miralles, 1990 (replies)
F47: I thought this one was difficult because of the continuation. The queen looked a bit congested on the queenside so I thought of g4. It did not look like there was a checkmate, but it looked like the queen could be trapped.
   May-26-05 Michael Adams (replies)
F47: <sibilare: After looking at the Hydra website... They claim that they can look 40 moves ahead.> That claim is probably not meant to be taken too literally. 40 moves ahead can just mean knowing that better pawn structure can give one an advantage in the endgame.
   Mar-23-05 M-Chess vs G West, 1994 (replies)
F47: <hinchliffe> The computer was delaying the inevitable checkmate.
   Mar-22-05 John Von Neumann (replies)
F47: I see only one good game by Neumann. He got a draw against Olaffson, so maybe they were working together. The other two games, grandmaster assistance or not, he got opening theory help.
   Mar-18-05 Kosteniuk vs L Bergez, 2001 (replies)
F47: After 13. Qxd5, Kosteniuk won a pawn. Can anybody tell me what Kosteniuk was thinking to win that pawn?
   Mar-16-05 Lagno vs B Dincok, 2002 (replies)
F47: Why not 25. Bxh6#?
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