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Rajiv Herman Kramer
Member since Jun-28-05 · Last seen Aug-02-16
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   Rajiv Herman Kramer has kibitzed 37 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-13-10 FIDE Grand Prix (2010) (replies)
 
Rajiv Herman Kramer: I wonder why Magnus Carlsen isn't taking part in the qualifications? He would dominate this field of players for sure. Is this Fide grand prix tournament the only possibility for someone to get a chance to challenge Anand? How does this work?
 
   Apr-04-10 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
Rajiv Herman Kramer: I remember that chessgames use to have a endgame database, i wonder whatever happened to it?
 
   Jan-29-08 Gibraltar Chess Festival (2008) (replies)
 
Rajiv Herman Kramer: How can Petrosian be a participant of this tournament, I thought he was dead.
 
   Jun-04-07 Euwe vs Capablanca, 1938 (replies)
 
Rajiv Herman Kramer: The knight on a6 is useless after 19 a3. Just like GM Alexandra Kosteniuk mentions in here podcast episode 18.
 
   May-01-07 King's Indian (E61) (replies)
 
Rajiv Herman Kramer: Is playing e3 instead of e4 a good alternative for white in this particular opening.
 
   Apr-12-07 O Moor vs L Klima, 2006
 
Rajiv Herman Kramer: I don't understand this game. Why didn't black take the white Queen after 25. Rxf4 instead of gxf5. Furthermore why didn't white play 22.Rd7 instead of the pointless 22.Qf3. Was white maybe scared of 22.Rxe3 or is this a blitz game
 
   Mar-21-07 K Berg vs G Welling, 1990 (replies)
 
Rajiv Herman Kramer: What happens after 23. e7xND6. Can Gerard prevent the mate?
 
   Dec-30-06 Zzzzzz vs Joker, 2006 (replies)
 
Rajiv Herman Kramer: <Rubenus: Indeed, black should have resigned at move 30.> No after move 2 Ke7.
 
   Dec-18-06 Bledow vs K Schorn, 1839 (replies)
 
Rajiv Herman Kramer: <Missing a monday puzzle might be embarrasing for some, but id dosenīt make you a bad chessplayer, even Kramnik, Topalov and the like miss stuff like this once in a while> Don't forget how Drawnik overlooked the mate in one against Fritz.
 
   Dec-17-06 Bronstein vs Kotov, 1949 (replies)
 
Rajiv Herman Kramer: Why would black play f5 in the analysis after the draw. I wouldn't play f5 because it weakens the kingside pawnstructure. I think Nd8 is a better move because the bischop has more freedom and you can activate the night to e5. The only downside is the loss of a pawn on ...
 
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