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Stavr0gln
Member since Jul-08-04 · Last seen Jul-03-05
I am a poor chess player from wisconsin USA

   Stavr0gln has kibitzed 8 times to chessgames  
   Jun-26-05 G Fuster vs Simagin, 1949 (replies)
 
Stavr0gln: what if white does 32 qd2 ? I dont see how black wins after that, though I am certain is it something simple.
 
   Mar-16-05 Petrosian vs M Pavey, 1955 (replies)
 
Stavr0gln: MYEEEEEEEEH I GOT IT in 1*10-24 seconds hahahahahaha nyanyanya
 
   Mar-12-05 Fischer vs Benko, 1959 (replies)
 
Stavr0gln: I do not understand why black would capture the harmless bishop with his knight instead of preventing himself from a very perilous situation (even without analysis you can tell he is in some deep sht).
 
   Mar-03-05 Tal vs K Darga, 1960 (replies)
 
Stavr0gln: Damned tricky. . . I hate chess right now
 
   Aug-11-04 Spassky vs Sveshnikov, 1973 (replies)
 
Stavr0gln: Can someone tell me why black resigned? It seems to me that if he takes whites a8 bishop with his rook he is ahead. I may be missing something, but this is driving me nuts!
 
   Jul-28-04 S Izbinsky vs Viakhirev, 1909 (replies)
 
Stavr0gln: Qf5 seems to me to be the move of choice, I see no move for white other than to exchange his queen for the rook on f3 leading to an easy mate for black
 
   Jul-24-04 Portisch vs L Lengyel, 1964 (replies)
 
Stavr0gln: It seems that no matter what the puzzle is, several people will all rush to be the first to call it easy
 
   Jul-18-04 Z Lach vs D Brychta, 1994 (replies)
 
Stavr0gln: Ok, Black's move 16. . .QF6 makes no sense at all to me, is there any logic to it? or is it just a mistake? Was he thinking his knight could capture the queen?
 
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