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Timetraveller
Member since Feb-23-04 · Last seen Mar-12-18
I live in Dallas, TX. I've been playing tournament chess since 1970, and have been rated as high as mid 2200s.

   Timetraveller has kibitzed 29 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-10-12 E Terpugov vs Petrosian, 1957 (replies)
 
Timetraveller: <sevenseaman>: Just for the sake of correctness, Fischer had white in the even games in Spassky - Fischer 1972. This position is in fact from game 5 of that match when Fischer had Black.
 
   Jun-03-10 Chigorin vs Gunsberg, 1889 (replies)
 
Timetraveller: <nariga> Perhaps you overlooked 31...Qxh4# at the end of your line
 
   Jun-18-08 W Ernst vs Unzicker, 1948 (replies)
 
Timetraveller: Is there a scoresheet error here, or did Black really hang a rook on move 28?
 
   Jun-14-07 Grischuk vs G Seul, 2004 (replies)
 
Timetraveller: <orior> After 22...h6 23.Rxh6+ Kg7 there are a lot of ways to win, but 24. Qg1+ is quite quick.
 
   Jan-29-07 Z Asefi vs Daryl Allen, 2004 (replies)
 
Timetraveller: <Gerard Donohue>: I'm afraid 35.... Ne3+ cooks your solution. (36. K moves, Nxd5, or 36. Bxe3, Qe7)
 
   Jan-03-07 J Eriksson vs J Hellsten, 2006 (replies)
 
Timetraveller: <nimzo knight> I also assume you meant 19. Rd4 is strong, and it would be except for the reply 19... Nb3+
 
   May-01-06 Unzicker vs Keres, 1956 (replies)
 
Timetraveller: <durnstein, al wazir, and kavalerov> It's really much simpler than that in the Kh7 line: After 33...Nxa5; 34. Bxe6+, Kh7; 35. d7, Nc6; 36. d8=Q, Nxd8; 37. Bf5+ is now totally convincing as 37...g6 is met with 38. Rd7+
 
   Nov-18-05 Marshall vs G Marco, 1904 (replies)
 
Timetraveller: <khense> I've got to agree with necrosis, I think 45...bxc6 wins. After 46. Nc5, b2 the best I see is 47. Rf7, Kb8; 48. Rf1, Ra1 . Another try is 46. Rxc7+, Kb8; 47. Rxc6, Rb4 . Amazing swindle by Marshall.
 
   May-25-05 G Simon vs P Weirich, 1986 (replies)
 
Timetraveller: <Marco65> 27. Rd7 is a fascinating try, but after 27... g5, Black is threatening both exf3 and Nxd7. Black's position looks kind of loose, I agree, but I don't see a clear win for White and he's going to be down material shortly.
 
   Apr-27-05 Haarlem vs Rotterdam, 1846 (replies)
 
Timetraveller: <backyard pawn:> Actually, 31. e6 is quite convincing, since the black bishop is hanging due to White's threatened 32. Rxd7
 
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