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Member since May-22-05 · Last seen Aug-13-22
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   blackjacki2 has kibitzed 168 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-03-20 NN vs Cochrane, 1822 (replies)
blackjacki2: Every puzzle is a monday puzzle if the opponent doesn't play the best moves
   Jun-09-13 I Nikolayev vs Makarov, 1983 (replies)
blackjacki2: 32...Kh8 33. Ng6+ Kh7 34. Nxf8+ Kh8 35. Ng6+ Kh7 36. Be5 Nxe5 37. Nf8+ Kh8 38. Qxb7 and black loses the queen. is my guess, im not very good at chess. took me an hour just to come up with that.
   Dec-23-09 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
blackjacki2: Karjakin/Carlsen have 2000-2009 as years covered but that might count as ten years
   Oct-22-09 Ahues vs Sultan Khan, 1930 (replies)
blackjacki2: very easy thursday puzzle. especially with rook pinned there aren't a lot of moves available
   Aug-20-09 Gligoric vs Sveshnikov, 1986 (replies)
blackjacki2: <What is the solution to your problem Jim? To play Qh6 Rg8, Rb8 and pin the rook and allow Qg7#?> Again, that loses to mate in one. The solution is to play 30. Rb8 d2 31. Rxc8 Qxc8 32. h3 with mate to follow in a few moves. Far superior to the 30 Rxd3 line taken in this ...
   Aug-11-08 I Kan vs A Bannik, 1952 (replies)
blackjacki2: First monday puzzle I can remember that didn't kill a piece on the first move
   May-09-08 Ljubojevic vs G Tringov, 1982 (replies)
blackjacki2: I got it kind of.... my idea was crafty's line except 41. Qxa5. not sure where that would lead
   May-07-08 M Dutreeuw vs O Salmensuu, 2001 (replies)
blackjacki2: and now to Olli Salmensuu for the blackie move of the day. Olli? Olli: ROOK X E4 thanks Olli
   Dec-23-06 Santa Claus (replies)
blackjacki2: Dear Santa, Hi
   Oct-31-06 W Adams vs H Lyman, 1946 (replies)
blackjacki2: "The variation was given its name by Tim Harding in his 1975 book on the Vienna Game in which he said that the bloodthirstiness of this was such that "a game between Dracula and the Frankenstein Monster would not seem out of place.""
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