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brainof7
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   brainof7 has kibitzed 19 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-20-08 A Nickel vs The World, 2008 (replies)
 
brainof7: d5 just seems good. Rc8 is very norm, ad sacrifices the ability to work here. White has no clear line against d5 which claims the center, opens up the dark diagnol to the queen, retains the ability to castle to either side. Poitionally it seems better than just a crude Rc8 right ...
 
   Oct-15-08 R G Wade vs R F Boxall, 1953 (replies)
 
brainof7: that was easy, what stops the fork, the f7 pawn!
 
   Aug-30-08 Gunsberg vs Chigorin, 1890 (replies)
 
brainof7: 35... Rxf3 36. Qxf3 Qd2+ and i have a really hard time beating a computer from that position but it is definately winning.
 
   Aug-26-07 Taimanov vs Yusupov, 1980 (replies)
 
brainof7: Why sac the rook? i dont get it... There isn't really a way for black to just outright win in this position, and if it was done because of "Touch Move" or bieng blindfolded that would be a really poor GOTD
 
   Aug-26-07 L Ogaard vs Tisdall, 1987 (replies)
 
brainof7: get move one... didn't see the whole thing though, i thought the puzzle was to try and make a queen...
 
   Aug-21-07 Zsofia Polgar vs J Kontra, 1982 (replies)
 
brainof7: I cant believe i saw this right away... I suppose i wouldn't find it in a game, but its still kid of cool that i go it so fast.
 
   Jul-27-07 The World vs G Timmerman, 2007 (replies)
 
brainof7: as much as i despise d4, our opponent just knows e4 better... i switch...
 
   Jun-15-07 J Penrose vs Blau, 1957 (replies)
 
brainof7: hurray i got it! Origially i was looking for some kind of followup with a sac where bxe7 then bxg6+ type of thing, but then when i realized it didnt go anywhere it all made sense.
 
   May-13-07 Makarichev vs Alburt, 1978 (replies)
 
brainof7: i saw all the moves reqired to break it up, and i knew that with the pawn on that square that the bishops white diagnol coupled with the rooks/queens stacked attack on the e file would be mate. I also found that if Bxd6 (is thsi variation move 16, but there are different orders you
 
   May-12-07 H Karner vs A Bandza, 1985 (replies)
 
brainof7: I had 18... Nxf7 19... g3 if 20. Kh2 you play queen h4+ ready to win. if 20. Kg2, you do gxf2+... Rd1+ if 20. Kh3, you do Ng5+ prepared to try and win the queen. if 20. Kxg3, you play Rg8+ Basically, its all good, i just cant figure what white would play to the Nxf7, Which is ...
 
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