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Member since May-27-04 · Last seen Feb-24-21
Pretty much anything you find on Google when you search for "MatrixManNe0" is me. I don't imagine it's quite a popular name, so yeah.
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   MatrixManNe0 has kibitzed 229 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-13-13 Argue (replies)
MatrixManNe0: Not sure why Chessgames can't block by IP or something. They really need to step up right now.
   Oct-31-11 J Grundy vs P Ware, 1880 (replies)
MatrixManNe0: Anyone else notice the opening's ECO? Fitting.
   May-10-11 Morphy vs Duke Karl / Count Isouard, 1858 (replies)
MatrixManNe0: <Mozart72> That's a lie. You called him a redneck and you called me a redneck. Also, not all rednecks are disagreeable like that, so I don't understand what your problem is.
   May-09-11 L Christiansen vs Karpov, 1993 (replies)
MatrixManNe0: That is, cf. the Morphy game.
   Apr-15-11 S M Shyam vs E Berg, 2011 (replies)
MatrixManNe0: Why not 35. Bd3?
   Jun-06-08 Gelfand vs Adams, 1988 (replies)
MatrixManNe0: <jovack: I got this one in a few seconds. Too easy for a friday. 9/9> How do you "get" this one when it's not a puzzle? Or am I missing something here?
   Jul-02-06 N Gaprindashvili vs J Nikolac, 1979 (replies)
MatrixManNe0: I spy with my little eye an irrelevant error. 22. g4 should read 22.g4+ instead.
   Jun-02-06 Y Stepak vs Y Mashian, 1980 (replies)
MatrixManNe0: How come black didn't push the b-pawn after 125. Be8? For example: 125. Be8 b3 126. Ba4 b2 127. Bc2 a4 128. Be1 a3 129. Bc3 Kh7 and the Bishops are frozen, thus probably forcing a draw.
   Jun-02-06 L Popov vs I Rogers, 1986 (replies)
MatrixManNe0: I found this easier than the Thursday one. Didn't see it all the way through, but got the idea... Probably easier because I saw it before in a chess book... :/
   Mar-04-06 H Olafsson vs B Thorfinnsson, 2001 (replies)
MatrixManNe0: <mikejaqua> 18... Rxh7 would lead to 19. Bxf6 g(orB)xf6 20. Qxf6 f(orB)xe5 and white is up the exchange not to mention the gaping hole in black's kingside.
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