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Hot Logic
Member since Dec-07-06 · Last seen Nov-29-16
I hail from Sydney Australia and took up chess in September 2005.

I love chess and have gotten many of my friends playing it as well. I'm always excited about promoting chess and even more excited about playing, discussing ideas and learning.

My ambition is to become a FIDE Master.

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   Hot Logic has kibitzed 235 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-01-16 Federico Perez Ponsa (replies)
 
Hot Logic: He is also a competitive Age of Empires II player under the name Fedex! http://www.aoczone.net/viewtopic.ph... for some details https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oIC... if you want to see a game that he played in
 
   Jun-04-15 Euwe vs Sultan Khan, 1932 (replies)
 
Hot Logic: Um... in case things are not clear here, in <Phony Benoni>'s case Black was completely winning after 1...axb5 2.a6 Be4 Black will stop white's a pawn AND Black's pawn has become a b-pawn, which will queen on a light coloured square - completely winning for Black (with ...
 
   Apr-24-15 W So vs Akobian, 2015 (replies)
 
Hot Logic: I'll put my vote in as well. I think that the arbiter was justified in his decision. It is So's responsibility to be aware of the rules - in this case ignorance is not an excuse, especially since he has been warned about this many times both on and off the board.
 
   Apr-24-15 Alekhine vs Gladstone, 1938 (replies)
 
Hot Logic: <newzild> I don't think the GOTD needs to be 'high quality' in the sense that both players play the engine approved moves etc. etc. Games like this one are educational for beginner and mid-level players. It demonstrates how to punish bad play. It has simple themes and is ...
 
   Apr-17-15 Nakamura vs Akobian, 2015 (replies)
 
Hot Logic: I thought it was a reasonable sac, especially with the open a and c files and the rook already on the a-file. Then Akobian starts playing limp moves like Ra5 and it seems like he is not taking the initiative and just wasting tempos. It is nonsense to criticise his b6 move as 'bad'
 
   Apr-03-15 S Guramishvili vs L Javakhishvili, 2015 (replies)
 
Hot Logic: Fritz is giving me 62.Kc5 (which was the move I was expecting to see) as drawn @32ply. Then it seems that Rc7 and Rd6-d8-d6 ad infinitum follows. Rh5+ just loses the pawn and can not hold onto the b-pawn either. Is there anything that I have missed? Or is 62.Kc5 a clear draw?
 
   Aug-17-14 Carlsen vs Radjabov, 2007
 
Hot Logic: <JanTimman> Shame on you for impersonating a famous grandmaster! After your 'winning line' Black marches his king onto the rook file (h file) and so long as his king starts on the right coloured square white will not be able to displace him and queen the pawn.
 
   Aug-17-14 Kramnik vs Radjabov, 2007 (replies)
 
Hot Logic: <FSR> Bad, d3 opens a double threat of both Skewer on g5 (after Nf3) and Qxc2. Black needs to play Kf8 and his position is not looking good.
 
   Jul-16-14 Kramnik vs Carlsen, 2012 (replies)
 
Hot Logic: <geigermuller> I don't see how, since the e3 rook is defended.
 
   Jun-18-14 S Baldazzi vs A Holmsten, 2001 (replies)
 
Hot Logic: I found the Rc7 idea but ALSO had the board flipped around in my head as well. I think it's because there is a rather unnatural situation with the white king on the 8th rank and the black king on the 6th. Usually you would expect matters to be the other way around and that a ...
 
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