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Member since Jun-09-07 · Last seen Jun-06-10
Kasparov is king.A developer of strong minds and fantastic intelligence.

   GREEKPINCH has kibitzed 8 times to chessgames  
   Jun-27-07 Karpov vs Mihajlo Stojanovic, 2007 (replies)
GREEKPINCH: Beautiful absolutely beautiful.Got to the Nf6 thought through a few combinations after that but completely overlooked Qxh6 sacrifice.A brutal finish to a fine game.
   Jun-26-07 Kasparov vs Portisch, 1983 (replies)
GREEKPINCH: Dear oh dear,the black Queen is just a stranded bystander while the life and position is getting sucked out of the black King.Fantastic ending with a beautiful Bishop sacrifice.
   Jun-26-07 A Arulaid vs Dus Chotimirsky, 1949 (replies)
GREEKPINCH: My goodness,either my brain capacity is getting stronger or the puzzles are getting easier.This is one is so easy we may as well discuss the weather.
   Jun-26-07 Ivanchuk vs Kasparov, 1991 (replies)
GREEKPINCH: Kasparov must have got out the wrong side of the bed,had the wrong breakfast and be playing with the wrong colour pieces!!
   Jun-26-07 D Byrne vs Fischer, 1956 (replies)
GREEKPINCH: This is the first time I have seen this game and it is up there with the best I've seen.Definately going to add it to my favourites.
   Jun-10-07 F Trabattoni vs B Toth, 1976 (replies)
GREEKPINCH: I also picked out g6 but the variations after that caused my brain to burst.However the black pieces if you were playing against the white under this situation,I think the player would simply be seeing stars and a white haze under the onslaught.This is why the only master I will ...
   Jun-09-07 Baburin vs Adianto, 1993 (replies)
GREEKPINCH: spotted in about five seconds.When you see major opposing pieces flirting with the King you know its a sacrifice combination that's coming.
   Jun-09-07 Morphy vs Schrufer, 1859 (replies)
GREEKPINCH: My first post.Morphy's book was the first chess book I picked up in the Library and I was fascinated with his flair.I do think most players were beaten against him even before the first move was made.But can we say the general standard then was not as it is now.Was Morphy made to
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