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Member since Apr-06-10 · Last seen Jul-10-20
1. e4 player as White. Sicilian and King's Indian Defense as Black. 1900 player in standard time controls, trying to break into the 2000s.
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   SpiritedReposte has kibitzed 936 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-09-20 Sokolsky vs Korchnoi, 1954
SpiritedReposte: A korchnoi rope a dope.
   Jul-07-20 D Dubov vs Carlsen, 2020 (replies)
SpiritedReposte: Because the queen sac is stronger. The resulting position white can do nothing. The d2 knight is a sitting duck pinned every which way. Black can build his attack at leisure while almost any move white makes loses material. Quite the positional win. Black can literally win ...
   Jul-06-20 Tal vs Uhlmann, 1971
SpiritedReposte: <12. Nf5!> Tal playing such a move against you...good luck. Playing through I expected 15. Rxe6+ which looks to win as well?
   Jun-09-20 V Osnos vs J Yuchtman, 1969
SpiritedReposte: <34. ...Be3!> Lightning strikes.
   Jun-01-20 E Jimenez Zerquera vs Botvinnik, 1967
SpiritedReposte: <35. ...Bc5!> A decoy that also uses pinning and promotion motifs.
   Apr-30-20 de Firmian vs K G Shirazi, 1986
SpiritedReposte: What a clever shot <30. ...Qe4!> de Firmian no doubt shaking his head in disbelief.
   Apr-13-20 J Elbilia vs Shirov, 1993
SpiritedReposte: <17. ...Be5!> <22. ...Ne4!> even the simple <13. ...Qxa6> Finding good moves all game long with the luxury of completely ignoring whites "threats".
   Apr-09-20 Gulko vs Savon, 1978 (replies)
SpiritedReposte: Great play. Not sure, but I think white can go <25. Rxd3!> in the final position and everything's off limits because of various threats.
   Apr-09-20 G den Broeder vs T de Veij, 1980
SpiritedReposte: Whites bullet proof king.
   Mar-26-20 S Hamann vs Uhlmann, 1963
SpiritedReposte: <21. ...b6> A quiet sting that brings the light squared bishop decisively into play.
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