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Member since Feb-22-06 · Last seen Jun-29-08
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   TheUnkraut has kibitzed 243 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-20-08 Baku Grand Prix (2008) (replies)
TheUnkraut: thx for that!
   Dec-01-06 Kramnik - Deep Fritz (2006) (replies)
TheUnkraut: <acirce> you are right with your remark. SSDF says the list was "weighted" in the beginning by a few man vs machine-games. But, of course, this involves several questionable implications.
   Nov-28-06 Deep Fritz vs Kramnik, 2006 (replies)
TheUnkraut: I was there at the bundeskunsthalle yesterday-and all i can say to what has happened: Unbelievable!
   Nov-25-06 Kramnik vs Deep Fritz, 2006 (replies)
TheUnkraut: Some will call this game fascinating,because it is holy kramnik playing there. "It's so precise, so accurate, so deeply calculated!"-It's none of this all,it is just boring. It's really a shame that kramnik is now officially allowed to call himself "worldchampion".
   May-23-06 Quinteros vs Tukmakov, 1973 (replies)
TheUnkraut: 40. R:d6
   May-21-06 MTel Masters (2006) (replies)
TheUnkraut: Oh-sorry! Just see-its two more hours till the first timecontrol-missed that
   May-19-06 Smyslov vs Guimard, 1962 (replies)
TheUnkraut: There was no other real sensemaking possibility than 28. cxb6. You only have to check out what happens after after Re1+.
   May-16-06 Zhong Zhang vs Sadvakasov, 1998 (replies)
TheUnkraut: Well, it smelled like Ra3:, and it was Ra3:-)
   May-14-06 Kamsky vs Svidler, 2006 (replies)
TheUnkraut: (Mrmelad) though it was surely impressive to see kamsky win against kasparow in dortmund 92, it has to be said that this game was more a loss of kasparow than a win of his young opponent. Kasparov had "overheated" a kings-indian with two sacfrifices. After this famous game, ...
   May-14-06 Benko vs Vukcevich, 1969 (replies)
TheUnkraut: Oops-First one that i have ever missed here! Looked at it, found 21.Rf8 instantly, checked it for 30 seconds- white seemed to win queen and game if black took the checking knight in the mainline afterwards. So I looked at the notation...-what??. Then i realized that there was no ...
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