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Mistereous1
Member since Jul-21-04 · Last seen Aug-05-06
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   Mistereous1 has kibitzed 16 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-14-06 Quinteros vs Ribli, 1974 (replies)
 
Mistereous1: Don't you hate spending all the time analyzing the position...coming up with what you think the best move is, and THEN realizing it's Black to Move. #$@%%@!
 
   Nov-08-05 Ed. Lasker vs F Englund, 1913 (replies)
 
Mistereous1: took me a few seconds but I had a coworker stop by as soon as the puzzle loaded. I always thought there was a rule that you couldn't castle through squares that were threatened. Am I remembering something incorrectly...can someone clarify? thanks.
 
   Jul-25-05 T Haimovich vs V Slovineanu, 2001 (replies)
 
Mistereous1: Yes, but this may have been easy for a Monday puzzle. Not even sure there were enough pieces on the board that you could screw it up...lol
 
   Jul-14-05 Taimanov vs Petrosian, 1953 (replies)
 
Mistereous1: I'm not sure what the debate is about. How can a sacrifice unaccepted be a sacifice? Look at the question..."sacrifice unaccepted". If what you're suggesting is true then why is there a distinction between a gambit and a gambit unaccepted? They would both be gambits, whether it ...
 
   Oct-25-04 Bird vs NN, 1869 (replies)
 
Mistereous1: Easy puzzle, saw it immediately (typical for Monday's puzzles). Lots of gutsy moves by white. There is a lot of risk invloved with almost everything.
 
   Sep-22-04 J Krejcik vs R Muenz, 1911 (replies)
 
Mistereous1: Can Black counter Ng1 with Bc2. if the exchange is accepted you're down a bishop instead of a queen, a huge loss, but not insurmountable. Or if white plays Qc2, then the black queen may escape. What am I missing here???
 
   Sep-21-04 J Richardson vs A Eva, 1939 (replies)
 
Mistereous1: Hmmm, this one was far too easy. Knowing the theme of the week is trapped pieces, you look at the formation and it's obvious.
 
   Sep-16-04 Chiburdanidze vs M Sharif, 1995 (replies)
 
Mistereous1: I missed the puzzle...guess I should have had my coffee first. In reviewing the game, it looks as if Black was obsessed with taking Nd5 so much so that he left himself exposed. Is my thinking here correct?
 
   Sep-15-04 Przepiorka vs Reti, 1911 (replies)
 
Mistereous1: Saw the queen sack as the best move, but dismissed it looking for a mating attack...guess I have to remember not all of these puzzles lead to mate.
 
   Sep-13-04 Kasperski vs I Mazel, 1925 (replies)
 
Mistereous1: Not too much to comment on. I think Risingchamp is correct, once you get over the potential knight/queen maneuvers and notice the rook and the open file...it's pretty academic. Still a very well played game.
 
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