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Prelate
Member since Oct-28-09
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   Prelate has kibitzed 20 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-28-18 Lokvenc vs O Trinks, 1925 (replies)
 
Prelate: Why does the score appear to be incomplete? I can only see up to move 12....
 
   Jan-01-17 Wei Yi vs L Bruzon Batista, 2015 (replies)
 
Prelate: @NBZ (3) Re7+ Kh8 Qxf6+ Kg8 Qxg6+ Bg7 Qxg7# :)
 
   Dec-30-10 B Kovanova vs N Pogonina, 2010 (replies)
 
Prelate: Awesome move! A chronic attack of chess blindness and contempt for such a seemingly wasteful move as Bd5 let me down, and I missed the solution by a galaxies width. Moral of this story? Examine even the really 'bad' moves several steps ahead - because "salvation may lie within"
 
   Nov-30-10 P Damiano vs NN, 1512 (replies)
 
Prelate: Bravo once!
 
   Nov-09-10 B Andonov vs Lputian, 1987 (replies)
 
Prelate: <Once> ought to make a collection of his posts and produce a book :)
 
   Oct-31-10 D Yanjindulam vs T Tsereteli, 2010 (replies)
 
Prelate: Rxg2 = the move of despair - which was the only reason I found it.
 
   Oct-20-10 J Klinger vs Glek, 1990 (replies)
 
Prelate: Like several other kibitzers, I spent several moments ruminating on the back rank mate, but digestion proved elusive so I switched to some kind of defensive move, which proved so insipid I spat it out again and returned to chewing the cud. Finally, the juices did their work and I ...
 
   Oct-12-10 Once chessforum (replies)
 
Prelate: I love your comments! They make chessgames.com several percentage points more exciting when puzzle time comes around. Your last post about stalemates, chess rules and chivalry was spot on! In the realm of chess, the age of chivalry never dies. "We who are about to get checkmated ...
 
   Apr-09-10 Englisch vs Gunsberg, 1885 (replies)
 
Prelate: I plugged for Rook d1 which wins just as cleanly as any other move as far as I can see, wood-pusher though I may be! 65. Rd1 Raa2 66. Ra8+ Kh7 (if Rg8 then 67. Rh1+ wraps things up) 67. Rd7+ Rg7 68. Rxg7+ Kh6 69. Rh8# (I just worked this through on the board-no pc's :P) ...
 
   Feb-24-10 R Fuchs vs Korchnoi, 1965 (replies)
 
Prelate: Patriot: <<Prelate>: Forgive me for potentially opening a can of chess worms, but doesn't ...25.Nd5 have the same interference effect with extremely similar results? I played through several lines following it and couldn't find a concrete refutation. Am I missing something?
 
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