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SirChrislov
Member since Jul-05-06
All devil as I am-a damned wretch,
A hardened, stubborn, unrepenting villain,
Still my heart melts at human wretchedness;
And with sincere but unavailing sighs
I view the helpless children of distress:
With tears indignant I behold the oppressor
Rejoicing in the honest man's destruction,
Whose unsubmitting heart was all his crime.

from Tragic Fragment

– by Robert Burns, poet, farm labourer, supporter of French Revolution, rebel against Calvinism, rebel against the social order of his time, father of illegitimate child, father of two sets of twins, indulger in various amorous intrigues, husband, brother, achiever of literary success, lyricist, publisher, reader of Shakespeare, R.I.P. died 1796, aka Rabbie the 'ploughman poet'.

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puzzle known as PUPPIES ON ACID


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WHITE PLAYS & MATES IN 6.

Composed in 2017 by my nephew Danny J. (I call him DJ) Compuesto por mi sobrino Danny, solución 6.D5xh2# Rxh4 5.Dxg2+ Rxg4 4.De5+ Rf4 3.Dxh5+ Rf5 2.e8D+ Rg6 1.Cg4+

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   SirChrislov has kibitzed 1000 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-08-20 Yu Yangyi vs Di Li, 2015
 
SirChrislov: <WTHarvey> 43. Qxh7+ Kg4 44. Qh6 f6 45. Rxg6# 43. Qxh7+ Kg4 44. Qh6 Qf6 45. Rxf7 Qxf7 46. Qg5# [x] 43. Qxh7+ Kg4 44. Qh6 Qe7 45. Rxg6+. <This is my 1000th comment here on CG.com. Thank you all. I'm Out!> (but I'll be back.)
 
   Jun-08-20 M Vachier-Lagrave vs W So, 2020 (replies)
 
SirChrislov: For reals, homie.
 
   Jun-08-20 Viktor Korchnoi (replies)
 
SirChrislov: AylerKupp, that put a smile on my face, so thank you, and it's even more funny to me when I consider Korchnoi's complaint that a cup of yogurt delivered to Karpov during a WCC game might have a "secret code meaning." lol. btw... "When you play the Ruy López, it's like milking a
 
   Jun-08-20 Leonid Alexandrovich Shamkovich
 
SirChrislov: Fusilli: <wordfunph: Russian chessplayers some time in the 50s called Leonid Shamkovich "The Prince" because of his aristocratic chess style. ... which prompts the question: what the heck is an aristocratic chess style??> good question. sounds fancy to me. like ...
 
   Jun-07-20 Carlsen vs J Xiong, 2020 (replies)
 
SirChrislov: The sheer genius in ditching the a-pawn, seeing it has done enough damage and switching operations over to the other wing, knowingly with an active rook. simply exceptional.
 
   Jun-07-20 Clutch International (2020) (replies)
 
SirChrislov: man, I can't follow that trio (Maurice, shahade, Yasser). Maurice with his dramatic act/behavior, Jenn "I'm being paid, so I'll pretend to be fascinated" Shahade, and yass just puts me on snooze mode. sorry, but I find them quite dreadful, no chemistry like the Jan ...
 
   Jun-07-20 Lindores Abbey Rapid Challenge (2020) (replies)
 
SirChrislov: you're right. and it's nice exchanging thoughts with you guys but our chats do get submerged under layers of banter n discussions, don't it?
 
   Jun-07-20 Caruana vs Korchnoi, 2011 (replies)
 
SirChrislov: Four years ago, on a day like today (06, Jun,2016) Viktor Korchnoi, Russian-born chess grandmaster, dies at 85. I found this nice article from the NY times: <At 79, ‘Viktor the Terrible’ Outsmarts an 18-Year-Old> By DYLAN LOEB McCLAIN Published: January 29, 2011 The ...
 
   Jun-06-20 Clutch Champions Showdown (2020) (replies)
 
SirChrislov: <Annie K.: Chess innovations, 2020: why play only in one major event at a time? First, it was Grischuk playing both in FIDE Online Steinitz Memorial (2020) and Chessbrah May Invitational (2020) at the same time. Now both Nakamura and So decided to try this multitasking thing ...
 
   Jun-02-20 Nakamura vs D Dubov, 2020
 
SirChrislov: Analysis Evaluation Line 0.13 45... Kh7 46. Rxg4 Rb3 47. Kh3 e5 48. Re4 f6 49. f4 Kg6 50. fxe5 fxe5 51. Kg4 Kf6 52. Rc4 Ke6 53. Rc6+ Kd7 54. Rb6 e4 55. Rb7+ Ke6 56. Rb5 e3 57. Kf3 e2+ 58. Kxe2 Rxg3 59. Kd1 Kd6 60. Rb6+ Kd5 61. b5 Kc5 62. Rb8 Rg1+ 63. Kc2 Rg3 64. b6 Kc6 65. ...
 
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