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HFBA
Member since Jun-20-08 · Last seen Jan-20-13
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   HFBA has kibitzed 166 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-06-10 Anand - Topalov World Championship Match (2010) (replies)
 
HFBA: Something I saw on ChessBase caught my attention yesterday: <In contrast to game seven both players played poorly. All very odd, thinks IM Malcolm Pein. <Referring to Game 8 of the match>> IM Malcolm Pein says both players played poorly but he doesn't even criticize any of ...
 
   Jul-12-09 Dortmund Sparkassen (2009) (replies)
 
HFBA: It's not the engine's fault when Leko (or any other player for that matter) doesn't play what it considers the best move, furthermore, human chess factors easily outweight engine's cold evaluations all the time.
 
   Mar-16-09 V Ruban vs Miles, 1988 (replies)
 
HFBA: Great pun, great song. :)
 
   Mar-15-09 Amber Tournament (Rapid) (2009) (replies)
 
HFBA: <eternaloptimist: I have to tip my hat to Aronian w/ his brilliant sac 21.Rxg6!! ...especially considering this is blindfold chess. <hovik2003: easy win for Aronian now. Leko completely missed 21.Rxg6!!> Yeah, it's easy to miss things when you're playing blindfold chess.> ...
 
   Mar-14-09 Amber Tournament (Blindfold) (2009) (replies)
 
HFBA: <percyblakeney: Oops, engines mean that Moro just blundered and that 25. Rxc6 wins.> Could you please give a variation? Thanks.
 
   Mar-06-09 Carlsen vs Radjabov, 2009 (replies)
 
HFBA: <parmetd: stop staring at your stupid computers say he blew it and analyze it out you stupid morons.> Someone seems a bit pissed off here...
 
   Mar-06-09 Grischuk vs Anand, 2009 (replies)
 
HFBA: <Mateo: <HFBA: <Mateo: 22.Ng5 is not obvious at first glance. 22...Bc5+ 23.Kh1 e4 seems dangerous for White. Isn't Black winning? But 24.Rh3!! is strong. 24...exd3? 25.Qg6, White is winning.> How does white win after 25. Qg6. (I don't have a board in hand so I'd appreciate ...
 
   Mar-05-09 Radjabov vs L Dominguez, 2009 (replies)
 
HFBA: <xiko9: the position of black on C rank isn't good to avoid the run of a pawn...white can check the king and then promote the pawn after Ra8> As soon as white plays Ra8 and a7 black returns to the g7 square and a check is followed by black taking the rook and winning.
 
   Mar-05-09 Carlsen vs Grischuk, 2009 (replies)
 
HFBA: <AdrianP: The b6 pawn is a huge endgame asset if it can be held on to (which it looks like it can with c4 c5 etc. (it fixes b7 as a permanent liability and Bxa6 tricks are always in the air). I think it more likely that Carlsen preferred this way rather than that he 'missed' the ...
 
   Feb-01-09 Corus Group A (2009) (replies)
 
HFBA: Who would've thought the Dutch would finish on top of Morozevich and Ivanchuk? (Except Stellwagen of course, who stayed by their sides.)
 
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