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Member since Mar-14-09 · Last seen Apr-03-13
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   Nuncle has kibitzed 31 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-13-09 Mogusar vs T L Trippe, 1984 (replies)
Nuncle: <SamAtoms1980: I sacked the queen, not the bishop. Sacking the bishop looks too much like a nancy who's afraid to rub it in.> Sacking the queen looks too much like a patzer who's afraid to lose the only chance they'll ever have in their chess career to give up a queen for mate,
   Apr-25-09 Fressinet vs Kosteniuk, 2007 (replies)
Nuncle: Apparently Fressinet was not recording moves, so was unable to claim a draw. Presumably someone was recording, though.
   Apr-02-09 Anand vs Radjabov, 2009
Nuncle: <Ulhumbrus>If you don't like having the flaws in your analysis pointed out, don't post it.
   Mar-27-09 English (A20) (replies)
Nuncle: <FiveofSwords: i dont like the KID tho (I really cannot play cramped, closed or nearly closed equal material positions well at all. one thing all my openings do is absolutely not allow those sorts of positions.)> How odd. I always found that the KID practically plays itself.
   Mar-26-09 R Polzin vs H Fritzsche, 1996 (replies)
Nuncle: Black can save himself from immediate defeat with 7 ...Ne3, but nobody ever spots it. I've played this game twice as white, and both times my opponent didn't even realise he was in trouble until Bh6.
   Mar-20-09 Bishop's Opening (C23) (replies)
Nuncle: <That's not true; in fact, black's much better off in the Bishop's Opening than in the Ruy.> I think the difference is marginal, if it exists at all. White does well enough at GM-level with the Bishop's opening, so if the Ruy was /that/ much better, nobody would play 1 ...e5.
   Mar-18-09 P Cramling vs M Sebag, 2009
Nuncle: 6 Bxf6 is the most commonly played move in this position: Opening Explorer
   Mar-15-09 P Cramling vs Koneru, 2009
Nuncle: <This remarks suggest to me that it will be a mistake to discuss this any further with you.> Or you could just get over yourself and admit that 12 e4 Bxc3 13 e5 doesn't work.
   Mar-15-09 L Trent vs Mamedyarov, 2001
Nuncle: 32 Rxd3 loses to ...Rxd3 33 Qxd3 Qc1+ 34 Kg2 Qd2+
   Mar-14-09 King's Indian, Samisch Variation (E80) (replies)
Nuncle: <One day, DM romanishin called to my attention a recent line, found with the help of computers, where white actually has a solid advantage.> What is the actual line? Not that it matters that much, since GMs are still losing with the white pieces after taking the pawn, so I ...
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