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Shah Mat
Member since Jul-11-04 · Last seen Jun-16-10
sup guys patzer here but i seem to be capable of learning and pattern recognition, so i am like an ape in that respect.
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   Shah Mat has kibitzed 286 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-01-10 V Goglidze vs A Bannik, 1954 (replies)
Shah Mat: i peeked at the answer by accident. next time i'll experiment on Fritz 12 / Rybka, but at least i got the first move =P
   Apr-29-10 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
Shah Mat: knock knock who's there? ringo's most complex drumming.
   Apr-27-10 Shaobin vs Koneru, 2005 (replies)
Shah Mat: the revealed check after 30...d2+ gets the pawn across the finish line and winning is simply a technical exercise.
   Apr-26-10 V Vepkhvishvili vs Z Rukhadze, 1965 (replies)
Shah Mat: saw the queen sac immediately, then thought Rd8+, tried that out and saw it failed to the 7th rank rook, then went back to the Q sac and found it.
   Apr-23-10 Anand - Topalov World Championship Match (2010) (replies)
Shah Mat: <hehateme> i know far more women with BSc Chem. or Biology than men. In fact, the ratio of working scientists in those fields i am personally or professionally acquainted with is ~10:1. if you consider psychology a science, that ratio goes up. but i meet mostly field workers.
   Apr-21-10 M Ujtelky vs Parma, 1966 (replies)
Shah Mat: <Dr. J: Make that four of us.> Five. Thought i had it licked within a few seconds after ****ing the bed yesterday.
   Apr-19-10 H Hallmann vs W Schneider, 1931 (replies)
Shah Mat: yay monday puzzles. whenever the knight is aiming at f7 i look for the smothered mate.
   Apr-14-10 G Kuzmin vs Smyslov, 1978 (replies)
Shah Mat: looked for mate but completely missed it. maybe tomorrow.
   Apr-13-10 Smyslov vs Boleslavsky, 1941 (replies)
Shah Mat: took me about two minutes because i was looking for deflection combos on g8. once i saw the mate threat after Bc1 i knew i'd solved it. i didn't even see any way of black parrying the mate ie Re1+ but knew that any attempt would only prolong the inevitable since white only needs ...
   Apr-12-10 Potkin vs Caruana, 2010 (replies)
Shah Mat: i've found that before i even try to solve the puzzle, i look at the whole board, where all the pieces are because if i don't i miss some bishop off on h3 or something that screws up the whole combination. but once i saw the position the king was in, the queen sac on c1 jumped out ...
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