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Member since Jul-24-03 · Last seen Dec-04-19
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   Helloween has kibitzed 1097 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-29-19 S Homa vs V Milov, 2006
Helloween: The fireworks beginning around move 22! Wow. Brutal calculation
   Aug-13-19 Botvinnik vs Keres, 1966 (replies)
Helloween: 27...Qd7 would have set one last trap to get the King out
   Aug-10-19 Ding Liren vs Carlsen, 2019 (replies)
Helloween: Amazing battle
   Aug-10-19 O Bernstein vs Spielmann, 1906 (replies)
Helloween: Or the simple (after 25.Kg2) Nxd1 26.Qxd1 Qc3, as was played in an actual over the board game by 2 IM's in 1995 which followed this exact game! Gyula Emode vs Vladimir Okhotnik
   Aug-04-19 Grischuk vs A Moiseenko, 2005
Helloween: This was a great struggle and tenacious effort by Black.
   Aug-03-19 A Giri vs J K Duda, 2019
Helloween: By move 11 Duda has a passive position from the opening(Scandinavian!?) but Giri plays quite passively himself after that. 33...Rb8! is the defensive idea that holds everything together, and a frustrated Giri incorrectly sacs the exchange and is then outplayed in the ending.
   Jul-27-19 J K Duda vs Grischuk, 2019 (replies)
Helloween: What an incredible game!
   Jul-23-19 Seirawan vs Timman, 1990 (replies)
Helloween: I feel like 26.Nxg7 would represent Nimzowitsch "evolutionary" while 26.Qxd6 is "revolutionary".
   Jul-21-19 Ponomariov vs Leko, 2010
Helloween: 48.Rxg4 is much more precise.
   Jul-20-19 G Apryshko vs D Frolyanov, 2018
Helloween: Sodium Attack with 1.Na3. Sharp play with a few interesting possibilities that the players avoided. Black plays 32...Bxd3 in the ending because of the drawing trap White has. Both parties had better opportunities in this game. Interesting nonetheless
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