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White Blood Cells
Member since Oct-21-04 · Last seen Oct-22-04
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   White Blood Cells has kibitzed 7 times to chessgames  
   Oct-21-04 Karpov vs Gulko, 1996 (replies)
White Blood Cells: Good game. This game makes me feel like "even you have materials down, try your best and you can win!" Karpov is a master piece player in this game. I wonder what is going on with Karpov's Chess Life right now.
   Oct-21-04 Robert James Fischer (replies)
White Blood Cells: Dose anybody know why Fischer's games are stopped playing or recording from 1992? Is he too old to play chess?
   Oct-21-04 Leko vs W Heckel, 1989 (replies)
White Blood Cells: 23. a5?? is the mistake. It is a Great Sacrifice too! Nice puzzle, <>!
   Oct-21-04 P Potemkin vs Alekhine, 1912 (replies)
White Blood Cells: I woud say these are the bad moves NN made: <13... Ndb4 14. Nxf5 Qxf5 16. g4? and 17. gxf4?? (I don't think NN saw the Mating Net)> If I was NN, it is possible that I am going to make these mistakes. Interesting Game!
   Oct-21-04 Bird vs NN, 1869 (replies)
White Blood Cells: I think 9. Be7 is kind of like <9. Be7?!>. 10. Nc6 is not a good way to drive the Knight away. Are there any safe moves that NN could have played?
   Oct-21-04 Botvinnik vs Tal, 1961 (replies)
White Blood Cells: 7... d5! is a good move because Black can take on f1, losing possibilities of castling for white. 30... Rxb8?? 31. Ra6#. Black would've have resigned on move 26. Ra8+!. That move is unstoppable of losing Material or mating net. Good game!
   Oct-21-04 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
White Blood Cells: Hi guys. I am <Knight13>, as you know who he is. I've created a new account for kibizing much more seriously as possible using this account. I will try my best. Thank you all for your patient. Melvin Lin
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