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   MasterSavely has kibitzed 28 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-18-07 Greco vs NN, 1620 (replies)
MasterSavely: i think this is a game greco was teaching about poisened peices
   Apr-18-07 Korchnoi vs E Secchi, 1960 (replies)
MasterSavely: Lol, of course, i should have looked at the queen, i knew it was a bad position, but i thought it had to do with something with a knight sac or pawn c5
   Apr-16-07 Blackburne vs NN, 1863 (replies)
MasterSavely: This could end up as a puzzle one day.
   Apr-16-07 J Krejcik vs J Thirring, 1898 (replies)
MasterSavely: For a moment i was like, whoa, can't find it then i look up, Black to Play.... ohhh....
   Apr-14-07 Macieja vs Rozentalis, 1999 (replies)
MasterSavely: Well, it was quite difficult but after like 5 mins of thinking i noticed the rook sacrifice.... and queen check+pawn take... then the winning the rook and kicking him in black's base.
   Apr-09-07 Greco vs NN, 1620 (replies)
MasterSavely: <Deepblade> Actually most of the games Greco "played" he made, to teach his students.
   Apr-09-07 Greco vs NN, 1620 (replies)
MasterSavely: <skylark> thank you your explaining it well.
   Apr-08-07 McDonnell vs NN, 1830 (replies)
MasterSavely: that is a beautiful mate.
   Apr-08-07 Philidor vs NN, 1749 (replies)
MasterSavely: <Jaymthegenius> Kf2 isn't blunder, its more like hope chess. what if he didn't put that bishop there? 6.Kf2?(not a blunder.. but not the best move.) g6(could be anything....sorta) 7.Bb5+ Kd8 (Ke7 if you want to lose the queen.) Re1 Qf5 8.Re8++
   Apr-08-07 Kavalek vs E Formanek, 1970 (replies)
MasterSavely: i saw the first few moves, then i got messed up a little, still, a very good easter puzzle.
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