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Ryan Razo
Member since Sep-01-04 · Last seen Sep-20-23
I live in Montalban, Rizal, Philippines. My favorite players are Mikhail Tal, Jose Capablanca and Mark Paragua.
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   Ryan Razo has kibitzed 155 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-11-19 USSR Championship (1952) (replies)
Ryan Razo: Could easily be otherwise a super tournament in itself
   Dec-22-12 Odd Lie (replies)
Ryan Razo: I've heard Paul McCartney is going to record another song. Its title is "The Girl is Mayan"
   Dec-15-12 Rodolfo Tan Cardoso (replies)
Ryan Razo: Thanks, User: , for changing this to RODOLFO Tan Cardoso. We, appreciate it.
   Oct-29-12 Wesley So (replies)
Ryan Razo: Greetings! If Wesley has to go to the top, he has to go there the hardworking-Mikhail-Moiseevich-Botvinnik-way. Many times in chess history do we see players who combine talent and great preparation reach the elite circle. Sure, he still has some ways to go, including his nerves ...
   Sep-02-11 Karjakin vs So, 2011 (replies)
Ryan Razo: An outside passed pawn is always dangerous, I wish Wes would strengthen his endgame skills. Still, his two draws in classical play against Karjakin is a big achievement. Good luck to Karjakin in the third round! ♔
   Aug-26-11 wordfunph chessforum (replies)
Ryan Razo: Greetings señores! Bd. 1: 19.exd5 Bd. 2: 20...fxe6 ♔
   Aug-07-11 Tal vs Hjartarson, 1987 (replies)
Ryan Razo: <DarthStapler> Ditto to that!
   Aug-07-11 Spassky vs H Niedermaier, 1986 (replies)
Ryan Razo: <newzild> 'Tactical castling' since it sets up the move 15.Nxe4. Black cannot take it because of the White rook on the d-file. If, however, Black persists with 15...♕xe4, then White simply replies 16.♖xd8+! then after 16...♔xd8 17.Bg5+ picks up the Black ...
   Jun-17-11 J Hector vs So, 2011 (replies)
Ryan Razo: d: 25…♕d7 26.g5 ♘f5 27.♕h7+ ♔f8 28.♘e2! ♔e7 29.♘d4 ♔d8 30.♘xf5 exf5 31.♕h8+ ♕e8 31.♕h8+ ♕e8 32.♕xg7 ♕e7 33.♕g8+ ♔d7 34.♖xf5 <also wins>) Now back to 23.Qh5, ...
   Jun-16-11 Mikhail Tseitlin (replies)
Ryan Razo: Is he somehow related to Mark D Tseitlin ?
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