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Member since Feb-04-18
Wood pusher only. Seeing the spectacular tactics in the Game of the Day each morning shows how much more there is to the game than memorizing openings. Playing through games of Fischer, Kasparov and all the other greats is like listening to Mozart or Beethoven.
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   Knightf7mate has kibitzed 44 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-15-21 Robert James Fischer (replies)
Knightf7mate: Helios, As is well known, FIDE wouldn’t agree to Fischer’s desire to keep the title if there was a tie so they awarded the Given the multi-year saga of Karpov vs Kasparov for the crown, do you think in hindsight Fischer was correct to maintain this demand? I do. What do you
   Oct-11-21 So vs Sasikiran, 2015 (replies)
Knightf7mate: Chrisowen skeedily BAP! Your word play is pure Crop Dusters of Cow Dung and Spotted Cow Brewery FAF! The mammoth sac baddy nag busted you in the jawp! He huffled and puffled till clock time was NILL, then ran off for brewskis UNTILL he was ILL. Miss Towen skeedily BAP! Now the ...
   Oct-04-21 Mamedyarov vs A Adly, 2008 (replies)
Knightf7mate: <Whitehat> I played through your sequence. There is no saving the piece. The pin by bishop against knight, queen and rook is merely transferred by piece exchange to a pin by rook against knight and queen. Pawn to f4 is the end. It’s a very instructive example of the ...
   Jul-24-21 A Poluljahov vs D Lopushnoy, 2000 (replies)
Knightf7mate: Et tu e6?
   Jan-19-21 Mecking vs S Mareco, 2011 (replies)
Knightf7mate: There is a simple mate if 31...QxR. 32 QxN and there is no way to block mate by Qh6 or Qh7. But al wazir points out a longer journey - 31...Qc5+. After 32 Kh1 Nc5 I couldn’t yet see the path ahead. But the engine could! Mate in 8! 1) mate-in-8 (29 ply) 32.Kh1 Nf5 33.Bxf5 ...
   Jan-12-21 Fischer vs Benko, 1962 (replies)
Knightf7mate: A major Fischer game with less than one page of kibitzes, almost 20 years since this site began. Why this anomaly?
   Dec-08-20 Velimirovic vs G Dizdar, 1990 (replies)
Knightf7mate: Did you solve? Then you’re first. Otherwise I am
   Nov-29-20 Alekhine vs Yates, 1922 (replies)
Knightf7mate: Ah!! Thanks those ads are worse than annoying
   Oct-28-20 N Gaprindashvili vs Pomar Salamanca, 1973 (replies)
Knightf7mate: Another one of these White to play but black wins games..... it was so strange to see the black mate threat Qa1 and wonder move by move how does white escape - And he doesn’t! I thought I misread who plays first. From now on I’m going to check to make sure the player who ...
   Sep-26-20 Kasparov vs Caruana, 2020 (replies)
Knightf7mate: I didn’t realize it was Fischer Random until after White Castled. Then I restarted the game. I hope this style becomes more common because it relies more on your skill and understanding of the pieces than memorized opening lines.
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