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Ivan Karamazov
Member since Aug-14-20 · Last seen Aug-17-22
formerly posting as User: Dr. J

no reason for the change. i just felt like it.

my best-ever game is still at that link. i think it's way better than a lot of the vanity garbage that some people have uploaded. yes, i get cranky about this.


   Ivan Karamazov has kibitzed 34 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-26-22 J Carlstedt vs F Meyer, 2018 (replies)
 
Ivan Karamazov: <chrisowen: I badly went wrong here with pf3> chris, are you feeling okay? I can't make any sense out of what you wrote today.
 
   Feb-25-22 E Cordova vs A Riazantsev, 2020 (replies)
 
Ivan Karamazov: Black's combination is not as impressive as it seems. According to Stockfish, yes, Black does maintain a winning advantage, but Black's 32...e5 is inaccurate, since, as <al wazir> observes, White can give serious resistance by 33.Nb4 instead of the strange blunder ...
 
   Feb-08-22 J Platt vs E Richter, 1949 (replies)
 
Ivan Karamazov: So once again the solution to an "Easy" puzzle is "1... (Black checks)!; 2.(White makes a horrible blunder) (Black mates)!! This is not amusing. <cg>, please, PLEASE, stop doing that.
 
   Feb-03-22 A Brkic vs A Murariu, 2007 (replies)
 
Ivan Karamazov: Hello, <yrotciv>. I don't believe I've had the pleasure. Welcome (back) to the neighbourhood. But there seems to be something backwards about your username...
 
   Feb-02-22 Van Wely vs Stellwagen, 2009 (replies)
 
Ivan Karamazov: Let's see now: after 26...Nd5 27.exd4 e4, let's suppose White tries 28.Ne4. Not surprisingly 6secSF likes 28...Qxe4 (-15.33), then if 29.Ke1 [DIAGRAM] SF says 29...Rf3(-16.81). Can someone explain that move to me? Now on 30.Qd2 [DIAGRAM] SF says 30...Rg3. Huhhh?? Where did ...
 
   Jan-22-22 J Hellsten vs D Flores, 2006 (replies)
 
Ivan Karamazov: <chrisowen: Dr towed x> I did not!! - User: Ivan Karamazov a.k.a. User: Dr. J
 
   Jan-13-22 Lasker vs Pillsbury, 1893
 
Ivan Karamazov: <stockfish: 55...Kh8 56.Qf6+ Kh7 57.g6+ Kh6 58.g7+ Qxf6 59.gxf8=Q+ +- mate-in-19> sometimes stockfish's annotations are just bizarre. here 58.Qxh4+ is stronger, simpler, and faster.
 
   Jan-11-22 Steinitz - Zukertort World Championship Match (1886)
 
Ivan Karamazov: Re: "first" world chess championship: have you people all forgotten about the great Og-vs.-Ig match (11,482 BC)? Admittedly, documentation that far back is a bit scanty...
 
   Jan-04-22 Estrin vs M Weiss, 1971
 
Ivan Karamazov: <Abdel Irada: ... has anyone else noticed ...> Don't be silly. It's a miniscule image of a HUGE menorah!
 
   Jan-03-22 Janowski vs Rubinstein, 1907 (replies)
 
Ivan Karamazov: <"neither before, nor after, one can find something similar to the maneuver Qd7-Qd8-Qb8-Qa7-Qc5-Qb4"> Questionable, viz.: J Mieses vs J Mason, 1901 including Qc3-d1-h1-h2-d6 (followed soon by Qxc5xa7). However, Rubinstein's execution seems to have been more accurate. As
 
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