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   Oniyate has kibitzed 33 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-10-07 Kramnik vs Topalov, 2006 (replies)
Oniyate: Bob726, just from glancing at the position, it seems after kd2, black plays 16..c3+. If 17. Kxc3, black follows w/ Nd5+, winning the queen. So white is forced to play 17. Kc2, or Kd3, black responds with either 17...Rxb2, or Be4+
   Jan-15-07 Shulman vs The World, 2007 (replies)
Oniyate: I say we play the chigorin or the albin counter gambit
   Jan-07-07 Morozevich vs Karjakin, 2006 (replies)
Oniyate: 4...nxe4?! qa4+
   Jan-06-07 Tiviakov vs D Kljako, 1989 (replies)
Oniyate: I dont have fritz on my computer anymore, but nxf6 seems winning as far as I can see. Even if Rd8, whites a pawn up, with a solid attack via ng5
   Jul-27-06 Morozevich vs Radjabov, 2006 (replies)
Oniyate: My theory, Chuck norris told the universe to get a job...and round house kicked it the face. Hence, the big bang
   Jul-25-06 Radjabov vs Carlsen, 2006 (replies)
Oniyate: Simsan, would you mind walking me through the process of setting up the tunnelier? O have the software on my home computer, all I need to know is how to reveice http pages from my home computer
   Jul-24-06 F A Stroud vs A M Fraser, 1961 (replies)
Oniyate: Nah, qe3 is still bad after 14...Bxc3. Queen cant take queen neither can bishop take c3 because of Qxd1. So b2xc3 is forced and I would assume Qd7 and an assault on the Qside would be cushing fairly easy. Plus black can double the rooks and control the d file as whites bishop is ...
   Jul-17-06 Aleksander Wojtkiewicz (replies)
Oniyate: I remember meeting him when I was about 13 years old with a 1200 rating. I remember he constantly smoked during the tournaments, often walking out for a break with only 20 minutes on his clock, taking atleast 10. He had conversations with my dad also. In fact, I was planning to find
   Jul-14-06 M Shereshevsky vs Kupreichik, 1976 (replies)
Oniyate: After qh5, g6, nb5, the game is completely eqaul. Nxb2, nxd6, gxQ, Bxb7 with 3 pawns for a piece, one of which is supported by a chain and very advanced with the knight to clear the sqaures ahead of it. White rooks can always threaten the knight and when it jumps to f4 or e5, white ...
   Jul-06-06 Grischuk vs Leko, 2006 (replies)
Oniyate: This is drawn, where is whites win? Time trouble maybe?
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