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NARC
Member since Feb-23-09 · Last seen Nov-21-20
I live in Ístra Ersboda, Umeň.
I once had a medium range rating.
I am isegrim on FICS
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   NARC has kibitzed 133 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-04-20 M K A Russell vs M Perez Candelario, 2002 (replies)
 
NARC: I really like todays pun.
 
   Aug-02-20 Kramnik vs Carlsen, 2020 (replies)
 
NARC: I think 14. Nd5 followed by 15. a4 looks interesting.
 
   Jul-31-20 M Karttunen vs Stellwagen, 2011 (replies)
 
NARC: I don't think Stellwagens opening play was bad. 19. ... Rc2 looks OK, and I think blacks position is still OK after 30 ... d5 . Maybe pressure to play for a win as black in a team game turned into too much of a gamble.
 
   Jun-10-20 Suba vs S Kindermann, 1984 (replies)
 
NARC: I thought white would play 65. Qg7
 
   May-28-20 Karpov vs Kasparov, 1985 (replies)
 
NARC: I think black piling up his rooks behind the e6 pawn is very fascinating, especially since the very mysterious rook manouvre not only looked on the e-file (not by far open) but also prevented accidents on h7 since the field f8 was made available for a black knight.
 
   Dec-31-19 L Stumpers vs H Kramer, 1948
 
NARC: Would 20. Rxe5 have been worth a try?
 
   May-27-18 Cochrane vs Mohishunder, 1854 (replies)
 
NARC: If I got things right 11. ... Bf6; 12. e5, Bxg5; 13. Qf7#
 
   Feb-17-12 Petrov Memorial Rapid (2012) (replies)
 
NARC: I have spent quite some time on a camping in Jurmala.
 
   Sep-28-11 Carlos Torre vs Ed. Lasker, 1926 (replies)
 
NARC: I really liked todays puzzle. It's a very non-standard position, so I would not call it a standard combination. If I was white and somebody found c3 against me in internet blitz it would take weeks for me to recover.
 
   Sep-16-11 Ivanchuk vs Ponomariov, 2011
 
NARC: Honza Cervenka: Thanks for pointing out 44. ... Kg5 after 43.Kxe3? 43...Re7+ 44.Be5 I would have fallen into the trap. Ivanchuk stayed out.
 
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