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   Sleepyeyeguy has kibitzed 13 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-01-06 Unzicker vs Keres, 1956 (replies)
Sleepyeyeguy: Monday puzzles make me happy Yay for rook sacs!
   Apr-30-06 G A Popov vs P Angelov, 1960 (replies)
Sleepyeyeguy: I always find on these puzzles that finding the first few steps of the winning lines is rather easy, but finding the followthrough is the difficult part. I found the first few steps of this with the knight sac and then Qg5+ and Qf6+, but it begins to get fuzzy soon after.
   Apr-13-06 T Kilpi vs Taimanov, 1996 (replies)
Sleepyeyeguy: I saw 26.Rf2 instead of Rg1.. is there a significant difference? By the way, I really enjoyed this puzzle, and don't usually look things through.. this I finally saw after taking the time to look more than 2 moves ahead
   Mar-31-06 E Vladimirov vs A V Kharitonov, 1977 (replies)
Sleepyeyeguy: << Is disappointed...This was way too easy for a Friday puzzle. Yesterdays was much harder
   Mar-30-06 S Kuemin vs R Staechelin, 2005 (replies)
Sleepyeyeguy: At first I thought 19.Bxd5 was the key move because I initially thought it was necessary to remove the knight from the defence of the f6 square but then just 19...exd5 anyway and my attack is gone, then I saw the line 19.Rc7 Qd8 20.Rd7 Qxd7 21.Qh6 Bf6 22.Bxf6 with mate in the ...
   Mar-29-06 Boleslavsky vs Teschner, 1960 (replies)
Sleepyeyeguy: Was a no problem... piece of cake... piece of crumb cake.
   Mar-28-06 K Asrian vs A Pashikian, 2006 (replies)
Sleepyeyeguy: I really don't play it out in my head, I just saw the key line and stopped...32.Rxh4 Nxf3 33.Rh7+ Kxh7 34.Nf6+ Kg7 35.Nxd7 blah blah blah. don't know.. not extremely exciting
   Mar-24-06 Keres vs Gligoric, 1959 (replies)
Sleepyeyeguy: So are there any problems that anyone sees with my line that doesn't lead to an equally valid solution? let me know
   Feb-09-06 Vaganian vs G Botterill, 1975 (replies)
Sleepyeyeguy: I saw the combination all the way to move 16 and a half, then on move 17 I was thinking 17. Ng6, Qxg6 18. Qe7+, Kg8 19. Rh3, Bg5 20. Nxf6+ or something... I took the hard way out. Oh well. The key move 11.Bf7 was obvious... fun puzzle
   Jan-06-06 Topalov vs Bareev, 2002 (replies)
Sleepyeyeguy: ok... so I have 23.Nxb5, axb5 24.Rxd5, exd5 25.Qe7+, Kb8 26.Qe5+, Ka7 27.Rxb5...etc. Maybe it's just a transposition of the other one, but this is the one I found :-) (if there's something wrong with it let me know, I'm only a 1400)
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