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Member since Oct-09-04 · Last seen Jul-01-20
U1800 N.Y.S Chess Champ 2004 5.5/6 undefeated
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   Poisonpawns has kibitzed 1830 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-11-20 Rubinstein vs Marshall, 1912
Poisonpawns: Do you think black can hold in the opposite bishop ending after 34..Be6
   Feb-13-20 Emory Tate
Poisonpawns: Watch the sacrifice! A young Emory Tate vs Maurice Ashley 1993
   Sep-15-18 Knarik Mouradian
Poisonpawns: she is known as "knar" on icc
   Apr-03-18 James T Sherwin (replies)
Poisonpawns: "connor7" on ICC
   Apr-02-18 Tomas Hutters (replies)
Poisonpawns: "thutters" on ICC
   Mar-22-18 Francis Eric Anquandah
Poisonpawns: "ciseric" on ICC
   Feb-10-18 M Tratatovici vs Suba, 1987
Poisonpawns: brilliant sacrifices
   Feb-08-18 Deen Hergott
Poisonpawns: "Hawksmoor" on ICC
   Dec-06-17 W Morrison vs I Krush, 2016
Poisonpawns: 29.nf5! Good play by "the Exterminator"
   Dec-05-17 Sveshnikov vs Kasparov, 1979
Poisonpawns: Instead of g6(which is O.k) 33..Bc5 puts white in zugzwang right away.Since white can`t trade bishops without losing. 34.Be1 is forced.Black plays b4!; case closed. White king has to move back allowing Ke4 and moving the bishop loses the pawns on K-side.
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