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Member since Aug-28-04 · Last seen Feb-26-21
Live in Washington DC area, not active in tournaments since '96, but rated at 1750 then, enjoy trying to emulate styles of Bronstein or Tal or Morphy

   ZZpatzer has kibitzed 53 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-31-17 Spassky vs Fischer, 1972 (replies)
ZZpatzer: <Vyrak> if Qxa4, then 28...Qxe4 and mate soon after. if 28. Qd2, then 28...Bxd1 29. Qxd1 Qxe4 29. Qd2 Nd3 with -5.15 according to Shredder
   Apr-21-14 Alatortsev vs Koblents, 1945 (replies)
ZZpatzer: <Once> just happy to read your analysis (echoing what <M.Hassan> said) as the puzzle itself was too easy even for me....
   Sep-25-13 Robatsch vs T van Scheltinga, 1963 (replies)
ZZpatzer: I found this one difficult to win against crafty...
   Sep-17-13 Topalov vs Ponomariov, 2005 (replies)
ZZpatzer: <Abdel Irada: Let us not forget that "sumer" is no longer "icumen in," but "going to bed."...> WAIT, you speak <chrisowen>'s language?! Please be all C3PO and interpret his analysis. Please? Thx.
   May-31-13 E Berg vs Hector, 2012 (replies)
ZZpatzer: Play this position against crafty here:
   Apr-03-13 Tseshkovsky vs V Inkiov, 1983 (replies)
ZZpatzer: Endgame trainer link for this position here: Black gives up too much material to avoid mate with 21.Bxh6
   Mar-22-13 Tarjan vs J M Hodgson, 1983 (replies)
ZZpatzer: Crafty thinks 11...Kg8 is better than the move played. Endgame trainer link:
   Mar-19-13 Okhotnik vs Dieter Kurka, 2013 (replies)
ZZpatzer: this one is worse... J Johannsdottir vs V Magnusdottir, 2012 Tricky opening. It seems that 4...Nd5 may even have started things down the wrong path
   Feb-19-13 G Kanefsck vs R Cristobal, 1999 (replies)
ZZpatzer: First move not so hard, Nxf7. It's one of those "move first, ask questions later" kind of puzzles. Endgame trainer link:
   Feb-07-13 Ljubojevic vs R Gunawan, 1983 (replies)
ZZpatzer: <SpikyYo: What if 18.Bxd4? I can't see how wrong it could be for white after that.> It seems 18....Bxh2+ 19. ...Qxd4 set up many attacking possibilities that would prove fatal for White.
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