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Member since Aug-26-03 · Last seen Jun-16-17
Seth Homa
Michigan, USA
FIDE Master
USCF 2386 FIDE 2311
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   Phoenix has kibitzed 2226 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-20-10 United States Championship (2010) (replies)
Phoenix: 58.g4+ looks like a "!" to me. King then walks over to g3, and then Larry pushes the h-pawn. Looks like progress.
   Dec-15-09 Zzzzzz vs Joker, 2006 (replies)
Phoenix: <Yes, Abby Normal. > I always split a gut when that scene occurs in Young Frankenstein. Or is that 'Frankenshteen?'
   Dec-15-09 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
Phoenix: Thx, DCP23. I knew the banner wouldn't be there when I looked. I have yet to get one of these puzzles. :-)
   Dec-09-09 Carlsen vs McShane, 2009 (replies)
Phoenix: Carlsen made the dynamic King's Indian Defense look like a Lasker's QGD.
   Dec-09-09 London Chess Classic (2009) (replies)
Phoenix: The organizers must be pleased with how the tournament is going so far. Lots of fighting chess.
   Dec-08-09 McShane vs Short, 2009 (replies)
Phoenix: Oh the pain....
   Dec-04-09 Kasparov vs Waitzkin, 1988 (replies)
Phoenix: 7.f4 has often been cited as the <main reason> for questioning the soundness of the Modern Benoni. In fact, this 7.f4 move is why most black players prefer to enter the Modern Benoni after White has comitted to Nf3.
   Nov-22-09 Kosteniuk vs Mamedyarov, 2009 (replies)
Phoenix: 26.0-0-0 I bet she wasn't happy when she played that move.
   Nov-18-09 Kosteniuk vs Anand, 2009 (replies)
Phoenix: In light of the comments to Carlsen vs Kosteniuk, 2009 , may I propose the possibility that Kosteniuk lost THIS game because she was distracted by Anand's good looks?
   Nov-13-09 Tal Memorial (2009) (replies)
Phoenix: Gee, Carlsen wouldn't be planning a piece sac on e6, eh? Could he be a little less obvious :-)
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