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Member since May-20-05 · Last seen Dec-12-08
I'm a fourteen years old boy that's interested in chess. Rated: 1430

And I believe that's about it :P

Woot. Defeated a 1866 rated player during 7th of Jan!!!

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   chessfreako has kibitzed 219 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-09-08 Kupreichik vs Chekhov, 1976 (replies)
chessfreako: Hmm went through the move but couldn't find anything after 19.. exf3, completely forgot about the rook at g8. T_T Anyways, something I noticed, I was wondering why not 28.Re2. Seemed to solve plenty of problems since the bishop stationed at c4. But suddenly I realized. 28. Re2 ...
   Jul-14-06 M Shereshevsky vs Kupreichik, 1976 (replies)
chessfreako: This is one very interesting game.. However, I think white actually has a chance to equalise and draw the game even with a piece down... I played a game out myself with 17. Qh5 17. Qh5 g6 18. Nb5 gxh5 19. Nxd6 Nxb2 20. c5 f5 21. Bd5+ Kh8 22. Nxc8 Raxc8 23. Bxb7 Rb8
   Jun-16-06 C Mansfield vs Znosko-Borovsky, 1928 (replies)
chessfreako: seems to be reminding us about being smart alecks today Lol. First Bxh7 in the puzzle and now this Nxf7 in the game of the day. Lol WE GET THE HINT.
   Jun-11-06 Riumin vs V Sozin, 1931 (replies)
chessfreako: Wow... This is quite a good specimen of how to aattack on the kingside... Quite surprised nobody found this game before... 21. h4! Clears up the h-file and allow white to dominate it while black's rooks and queen are stuck on the queenside. 21.. h6? Isn't a good move as it just
   Jun-11-06 Z Domnitz vs Pachman, 1973 (replies)
chessfreako: <urpppppp> Yes I meant 25. Re3.. Made a mistake thx for correcting it :). <The17thPawn> Thx for the compliment... :>
   Jun-08-06 K Walbrodt vs Steinitz, 1895 (replies)
chessfreako: Quite a nice match played by both white and black... However, 28. b3? by white totally crushed all chances of a draw in the game with the ensuing 28.. f4!. White might have put up a better game with 28. Ba5!?. Giving the possiblity of 29. Qd8+ after 28.. Qxa2... How it would ...
   Jun-06-06 V Akobian vs O Dimakiling, 2006 (replies)
chessfreako: There is nothing wrong with 27.. Bc8. If eg. 27.. Ng5 was to be played, black would lose his queen. 28. Qh8+ Ke7 29. Nc4+!!
   Jun-05-06 J Tay vs K Grigoryan, 2006 (replies)
chessfreako: Very intersting game... It started out with white having the upper hand before a drawish position and the win. 10. Ng5 is something to think about... Can someone draw up a analasis of it? I think the downfall of Black to her much weaker opponent was 43.. Nxe4? 43.. Bxe4! would ...
   May-15-06 S Short vs N Ahern, 2005 (replies)
chessfreako: This should have been a very easy Monday puzzle. If not for the fact that I spent 5 minutes refusing to believe that I can't force a smother mate. LOL
   Apr-27-06 F Dahlhaus vs U Jost, 1999 (replies)
chessfreako: Lol.. The pun is killing me...
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