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Member since Jan-20-11 · Last seen Dec-11-19
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   TeaChess has kibitzed 24 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-30-19 J K Duda vs G Gajewski, 2016 (replies)
TeaChess: Is 67 Kb2 a mistake? Black can take c4 pawn.
   Apr-12-19 Portisch vs Pachman, 1967 (replies)
TeaChess: Agree with what <Santiago Abdala> said in Jan15.
   Feb-19-19 N Bijlsma vs D Brandenburg, 2009 (replies)
TeaChess: 24. ... Nc2+ is a forcing move and mates faster.
   Dec-22-18 Yudasin vs Krasenkow, 1988 (replies)
TeaChess: Ngf4 is my choice. Qh1 is a crazy move.
   Dec-16-18 Shirov vs Adams, 1992 (replies)
TeaChess: Got the idea but thought black would play 29... Nf6, too much to calculate.
   Dec-15-18 L Fernandez Siles vs Antonio Hernandez, 2008 (replies)
TeaChess: Engine suggests 32.Ng8+, better than h4.
   Dec-09-18 P H Nielsen vs V Chuchelov, 2003 (replies)
TeaChess: Got Nd8. The game continuation is fun to watch.
   Dec-08-18 A Tate vs R Vedder, 2008 (replies)
TeaChess: Easier than Friday, isnít it?
   Dec-07-18 E Korchmar vs E Poliak, 1937 (replies)
TeaChess: Must be a forcing knight move. c7 e7 f6 not working, so b4 is the answer. Black cannot take it imo.
   Aug-31-18 S Williams vs D Guthrie, 2017 (replies)
TeaChess: Got the first two moves. Chose 27. Ne6 instead.
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