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Member since Jul-24-06 · Last seen Jan-14-20
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   WickedPawn has kibitzed 137 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-31-17 Zoltan Gyimesi
WickedPawn: I still remember Zoltan's shocking win over A. Sharyazdanov in round 11 of the World's U20 in Medellin 1996 to finish tied 3rd (won by Emil Sutovsk). I happened to be roaming by their table when they shook hands. Sharyazdanov was the current European U20 champion and gave ...
   Dec-27-16 V Gunina vs A Muzychuk, 2012 (replies)
WickedPawn: The final knight-rook mate threat is similar to what GM Gildardo Garcia pulled here after the striking 38...Rg2!!: " [DIAGRAM] " White to move (resign). J M Bellon Lopez vs G Garcia, 1976 .
   Jul-15-16 S Megaranto vs E Hossain, 2007 (replies)
WickedPawn: <whiteshark: After <37...Rb8? 38. Qc7!> black would have resigned immediately.> What if 38...Rb4
   Jul-08-16 M Vachier-Lagrave vs Mamedyarov, 2015 (replies)
WickedPawn: Can somebody explain the pun? Thank you.
   Jul-01-16 Nisipeanu vs Caruana, 2015 (replies)
WickedPawn: <Penguincw: Happy Canada Day to the Canadians on this site!> Nice gesture. O Canada, we stand on guard for thee!!!
   May-16-16 Tirso Alvarez
WickedPawn: I'm afraid to disagree. The ending 'ez' in Spanish means 'son of' as the ending 'sson' in Scandinavian languages, 'Mac' in Scotland', 'O' in Ireland, 'oglu' in Turkish, 'Beni' in Arabic origins, etc. Álavarez means 'son of Álvaro' as González is 'son of Gonzalo', López 'son of ...
   Apr-22-16 D Will vs S Robinson, 2012 (replies)
WickedPawn: Hey CG, What the heck is going on today for god's sake.
   Apr-16-16 Caruana vs S Shankland, 2016 (replies)
WickedPawn: This game is got to be GOTD soon. Any idea for a pun <FSR>?
   Apr-16-16 A Marder vs Capablanca, 1913 (replies)
WickedPawn: Interesting that after 15.Nxe5 'winning' a pawn, 15...Nxe5, 16.Qxh5, Bg4 traps the white queen I would have taken on e5 immediately in a blitz game.
   Apr-14-16 Yifan Hou vs E Tairova, 2006 (replies)
WickedPawn: I guess that after 53...Qd8, white goes 54.Ne4 and nothing stops 55.Nf6++ or 55.Qf7++ (on 54...g5). Is this correct?
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