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Member since Sep-29-06 · Last seen Mar-15-07
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   JohnNash has kibitzed 17 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-01-07 Panno vs H Bravo Sedamanos, 1975 (replies)
JohnNash: 'who: who: <chessmoron> 31...Qd2 and then what. Black just doesn't seem to have an attack. For instance 32.Qe3 and I don't think black can afford to turn down the queen trade. 32...Qxa2? 33.Qh6 or 32...Qb4 33.Qe6+ and black is certainly on the defensive.' sure he can afford ...
   Jan-24-07 J Kristiansen vs B Jacobsen, 1976 (replies)
JohnNash: I agree with deep thought, that's the difference between human and computers, humans involve psychological aspect, computers only consider future moves, plies, depth. For me, this game only tells me one thing: whether winning or losing, always maintain a clear head
   Jan-22-07 Anderssen vs Zukertort, 1869 (replies)
JohnNash: hi! why not 7...dxc3?
   Dec-30-06 King's Gambit Accepted (C38) (replies)
JohnNash: Shut up you all and just play!!!
   Dec-22-06 Tal vs Smyslov, 1959 (replies)
JohnNash: I agree, Nbd7 also makes Black light square bishop futile, maybe that's why Tal played actively right away because he has many active pieces than Smyslov.
   Dec-16-06 Rybka (Computer) (replies)
JohnNash: thanks! :)
   Nov-30-06 M Lowcki vs Tartakower, 1937 (replies)
JohnNash: don't worry guys, got the answer, all i have to do is read the kibitzs
   Nov-12-06 Tal vs Polugaevsky, 1959 (replies)
JohnNash: I also agree with nolanryan and off ramp 12. Nf5 exf5 13. exf5 Bxf5 14. Bxf6 gxf6 15. Nd5 (attacking the Qc7 abd Be7)....Qb8 16.Rxe7+ Kd8 White's pieces are now active, there is material balance, and now white has not much of worries. Hey, I kinda like that Crafty thing,
   Nov-11-06 Zukertort vs Blackburne, 1883 (replies)
JohnNash: my God! I screwed up copying the positions before I analyzed it, that's why I wassn't able to get the combinations, instead of W: Rd3, I put W: Rd2, which made it c=more complicated
   Nov-10-06 Tal vs I Zilber, 1949 (replies)
JohnNash: <Actualy after move 27, Tal wanted to sacrifice more pieces.> I second that, I believe I saw a quote by Tal saying that first he thinks about how to sac his queen, then bishops, knights, rooks then pawns. :)
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