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Member since Feb-06-06 · Last seen Mar-20-21
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   Parriotblue has kibitzed 20 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-28-09 Bird vs Lasker, 1892 (replies)
Parriotblue: When this game was played, Bird was 43 years old and Lasker only 11.
   Sep-18-09 C Schultz vs C Carls, 1900 (replies)
Parriotblue: Well, I saw Qg3 as the best move but I'd like to know if 22...Rh2 is really necessary, I mean 22...Rh7, h6, h5 or h4 is winning too, right?
   Oct-24-06 The World vs A Nickel, 2006 (replies)
Parriotblue: Is 20.d4 Bb5 21.Nxb5 Qxb5 22.Rf3 a blunder?
   Oct-23-06 Gunsberg vs Janowski, 1902 (replies)
Parriotblue: Does anybody know what is happening to FICS?
   Oct-19-06 G Gnichtel vs P Carlsson, 2006 (replies)
Parriotblue: <bleedingpack> You really show me the way. Thanks
   Oct-02-06 Alburt vs K Lerner, 1978 (replies)
Parriotblue: <exOduz> Sorry, I mean 64.. Ke2. Thanks for analises.
   Aug-24-06 Ftacnik vs R Florjancic, 1998 (replies)
Parriotblue: What about 20.d6 Ne5? Is this line more difficult for White?
   Aug-11-06 Szabo vs N Padevsky, 1972 (replies)
Parriotblue: After 25.Qxd7 can Black keep fighting with Nd8?
   Apr-26-06 I Saren vs Larsen, 1973 (replies)
Parriotblue: <patzer2> In the lines you have analysed White always played 34.Kf2. What about 34.Kh2? I think Black's win would be more difficult. Could you give us your opinion? Thank you.
   Apr-16-06 Tal vs Huebner, 1979 (replies)
Parriotblue: It's difficult to agree whith 17...c5. Black gives White the opportunity for oppening the d file and get the c file oppened with the Queen in front of the King. With 19.Rh4 Tal gives Black a huge problem: keep the Queen in front of the King or the King in the same diagonal of ...
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