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Uhohspaghettio
Member since Feb-03-11 · Last seen Jul-07-20
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   Uhohspaghettio has kibitzed 20 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-08-15 Fischer vs Tal, 1959 (replies)
 
Uhohspaghettio: The queen does go on f3 in the main line of 6. Bc4. No guys these moves are all standard book and you won't be able to pick out the first inaccuracy made without a lot of research and likely a computer.
 
   Nov-30-12 S Vlahovic vs Averbakh, 2007 (replies)
 
Uhohspaghettio: Isn't Yuri the exchange up here? Did he fall asleep?
 
   Jul-17-12 V Gashimov vs L Dominguez, 2011
 
Uhohspaghettio: Maybe the entire scorecard is corrupt, or alternatively maybe both players wished to lose for purposes of the competition. If it's the latter, they should have resigned at the earliest opportunity (perhaps after 1 move, to avoid the controversy seen when two players agreed to
 
   Jan-19-12 de Firmian vs G Welling, 2011 (replies)
 
Uhohspaghettio: de Firmian gives white a (well in control) after 3... Qd6 in MCO-14. Then for something like the Vienna Game he will dismiss them as being equal. I don't know why he didn't just castle kingside instead of engaging in ...
 
   Aug-02-11 S Buecker vs R Stone, 1999
 
Uhohspaghettio: Why the hell didn't black play 2... e6 and 3... d5 ???
 
   Jul-29-11 Mackenzie vs J Mason, 1882 (replies)
 
Uhohspaghettio: onesax, Black had no other option than to move his Queen. Your comment is not funny or amusing in the slightest. I feel some people are getting up on their horses a little early, saying it was an obvious draw much earlier. In fact despite looking more simple, Queen endings ...
 
   Jul-17-11 Korchnoi vs Karpov, 1974 (replies)
 
Uhohspaghettio: And I don't know where you're getting this "all his other no-shows"... Fischer only withdrew from a very small handful of matches in his career, less than half a dozen as he said himself. Many chess players withdraw from matches giving all sorts of reasons, it's not unusual ...
 
   Jul-16-11 Tatiana Kosintseva (replies)
 
Uhohspaghettio: this girl is some babe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! my god!!!!!!!!!!! :dddd
 
   Jun-16-11 V Afromeev vs S Sestjakov, 2004
 
Uhohspaghettio: Read this about Afromeev by Baburin: http://susanpolgar.blogspot.com/200...
 
   Apr-02-11 Smyslov vs A M Galliamova, 2001
 
Uhohspaghettio: Give him a break, he was nearly 80! PS: Ivanchuk? What was he doing there... :P
 
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