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   Quant has kibitzed 35 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-14-06 Benko vs Vukcevich, 1969 (replies)
Quant: What if after 21. h3 Rae8 22. Nf3 ... Seems winning to me.
   May-14-06 Radjabov vs M Bluvshtein, 1997 (replies)
Quant: 18. Qc4+ Qf7 19. Qxf7+ Kxf7 20. Bxc5 bxc5 21. Rd6+ ... What am I missing? Is it really resignable?
   Mar-11-06 R C Balinas vs Korchnoi, 1968 (replies)
Quant: How is 28. ... Be5 refuted?
   Mar-09-06 C Lutz vs Ftacnik, 2001 (replies)
Quant: How about 32. Be6? It is not as forcing as the line played but might be more aesthetically pleasing.
   Jan-09-06 A J Goldsby (replies)
Quant: <> I demand you close A.J.'s (A Joke?) account. The link provided by aw1988 shows clear evidence that we are dealing with a malicious and socially retarded individual. His view on people with different sexual orientation is Hitlerian in it's vileness. Please act swiftly.
   Dec-16-05 Anna Iodo (replies)
Quant: <cus> 1. I have read them correctly so stop going berserk. You said <somehow it's sad but somehow it isn't>. If it ain't sad, then what is it? 2. May peace be with you, brother. 3. Seneca did not walk his talk. I really have no respect for people who teach about ...
   Oct-17-05 Veselin Topalov (replies)
Quant: <csmath> Obviously, I am one of those stupid "probabilists" (a CS student, in fact). My solution to your problem is as follows: 0.4 x 0.4 (he wins both games) + 0.4 x 0.5 x 0.8 x 2 (he wins one game, draws the other one plus the other guys draw their game as well) = 48%. It ...
   Aug-10-05 Alan Turing (replies)
Quant: <Robin01> a wheel perhaps?
   Jul-20-05 Shabalov vs Bologan, 2005 (replies)
Quant: wtf is wrong with 49. b8=Q? It seems that white had a decent advantage.
   May-27-05 Marjanovic vs M Vukic, 1980 (replies)
Quant: I would like to ask whether there is a forced win at all? I spent some time considering Bf3 but rejected it as there was no obvious win. Frankly, after checking the line with crafty I feel a bit fooled. What is the point in solving tactical problems that are inherently ...
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