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Member since Jan-08-10 · Last seen Sep-22-14
I was not born in Ann Arbor, MI. I have not achieved a peak rating of USCF 2008. I do not currently reside in Newton, MA.

   Not has kibitzed 6 times to chessgames  
   Jul-26-10 Van Wely vs Kiril D Georgiev, 1997 (replies)
Not: <benjaminpugh> How about 28...Bd3 29.Rh4 Bh7 30. Qh6?
   Jul-24-10 S Estremera Panos vs L Cisneros Belenguer, 1991 (replies)
Not: @David2009: Nf5 is more accurate, but h4 is still forced mate. 37. h4 Kxh4 38. Nf5 Kg5. 39 Qh6 Kf6 40. g4! and mates.
   May-18-10 Shirov vs Bareev, 1994 (replies)
Not: It's pronounced Barey-ev, right? So the pun is extra groany ;)
   May-18-10 Piket vs M Schlosser, 1985
Not: I really don't understand the ending to this game. Why not 35...Kf8?
   Feb-20-10 S Sjugirov vs I Nepomniachtchi, 2005 (replies)
Not: Beautiful chess geometry. Nepomniachtchi is the least recognized of the Carlsen/Karjakin/Nepomniachtchi trio, and I think he deserves much more attention. In all of his games, it's astounding how he knows exactly where he wants all of his pieces, especially his king.
   Jan-08-10 Sicilian, Canal-Sokolsky (Rossolimo) Attack (B52)
Not: Ah, the Love Shack line.
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