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   MoranCho has kibitzed 23 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Mar-02-06 Suttles vs Yanofsky, 1965 (replies)
MoranCho: 22 Qxe4? Nc3!! wins. 26...hxg5 27 hxg5 Nxg5? 28 Nxg5 Qxe5 29 Rh8+!! wins.
   Mar-02-06 Suttles vs L Joyner, 1965
MoranCho: Suttles game was lost well before he resigned here. He wanted to just see the technique.
   Mar-02-06 Anand vs Gelfand, 2006 (replies)
MoranCho: Certainly impressive play by Anand with his exchange sac, the bishop being very strong. Altho Gelfand trys to shake off the cramp at move 25 with 25...g5?, one can sort of see that this is the kind of position where the computer would do nothing but waffle ...
   Mar-01-06 Goldin vs Geller, 1989 (replies)
MoranCho: A bad game in which 17...Nf5?? (over the obvious 17...exd5, preventing the threat of Nde4 that was the purpose of 17...Nf5??) is simply an example of old age.
   Feb-13-06 Shredder vs Ikarus, 2005 (replies)
MoranCho: And I just can't get over it! I WON'T get over it.
   Feb-13-06 Shredder vs Garcia Palermo, 2005 (replies)
MoranCho: After all I've done...still just hateful's outrageous! Could anybody identify the 'teach me O genius' moron? He's a malicious, hateful individual, and worthless as a Chessplayer (and he knows it.).
   Feb-13-06 Chess Genius (Computer) (replies)
MoranCho: I was wondering if anybody knew of a way to open a cantaloupe with their bare hands.
   Feb-13-06 Ree vs Chess Genius, 1995
MoranCho: Well, these are certainly very interesting games of Chess from Khalifman, Van der Weil and Ree to easily get the draw against the computers, but I gather that the lessons of these games will mostly be lost on the programmers, because almost to a man, they are still ...
   Feb-13-06 T Krabbe vs Chess Genius, 1994 (replies)
MoranCho: I would rather have seen two rooks against 4 pawns, rather than 42 Rd3?
   Feb-13-06 J van der Wal vs Chess Genius, 1996
MoranCho: Well, this is certainly a great game by Van Der Weil, and not suprisingly, not any comments from the programmers here. I suppose the question is, why should I continue to give comments on this site?
   Feb-13-06 J Fluvia Poyatos vs Chess Genius, 1999
   Feb-13-06 Shredder vs Hydra, 2004 (replies)
   Feb-13-06 Hydra vs A Nickel, 2004 (replies)
   Feb-13-06 Khalifman vs Hydra, 2005 (replies)
   Feb-03-06 V A Loginov vs Gelfand, 1987
   Feb-03-06 Gelfand vs Shirov, 1998 (replies)
   Feb-03-06 Gelfand vs Leko, 1996 (replies)
   Feb-03-06 Gelfand vs Ftacnik, 1989 (replies)
   Dec-29-05 Silman vs Fedorowicz, 1976 (replies)
   Dec-29-05 Najdorf vs Silman, 1976 (replies)
   Dec-29-05 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
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