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Rookinstein
Member since Mar-26-06 · Last seen Apr-03-06
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   Rookinstein has kibitzed 12 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-31-06 E Vladimirov vs A V Kharitonov, 1977 (replies)
 
Rookinstein: correction in my msg. Actually it took me less than 10 secs.....
 
   Mar-30-06 J Cervenka vs J Schauer, 1993 (replies)
 
Rookinstein: Ultra-cool game by white there. He trusted his pass pawn, gave up his rook for bishop and even exchanged the queens. These type of games are gems in the chess world. Perfect example of manuevering ur king. The king on d6 was as worthy as a queen. with a solid rook on c1. ...
 
   Mar-30-06 S Kuemin vs R Staechelin, 2005 (replies)
 
Rookinstein: Found this one instantly. Nice one for a thursday puzzle 18.♖c7!! ♕xc7 19.♕h6!! gxh6 [19...♗f6 20.♗xf6 ♘xf6 21.♕xg7# which wud have prolonged the game by a move or two! lol] 20.♘xh6#
 
   Mar-29-06 Boleslavsky vs Teschner, 1960 (replies)
 
Rookinstein: <Tariqov>♖xg6 is the worst move u can play in that position. After ♘g6+ black played the only good moves available. And whats the huge difference between a 'mistake' and a 'blunder'??
 
   Mar-29-06 A Yegiazarian vs A Minasian, 2006 (replies)
 
Rookinstein: White should have played 15.♘d2 followed by ♘f1 followed by ♘g3 where his Knight wud have been more moble and aggressive in due course
 
   Mar-28-06 K Asrian vs A Pashikian, 2006 (replies)
 
Rookinstein: Got this instantly. ♖xh4 followed by♖h7+ ♔xh7 34.♘f6+ with an easy win
 
   Mar-28-06 W Potter vs NN, 1870 (replies)
 
Rookinstein: Is CG.com really running out of ides fthe game of the day? I mean how cud black play so stupidly and where the heck is white's queen? did they take it away thinking white cud win without the♕.
 
   Mar-27-06 Alekhine vs D Kirk, 1924 (replies)
 
Rookinstein: Fantastic game by Kirk withstanding Alekhine's attacks
 
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