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chessnme
Member since Feb-09-06 · Last seen Jul-15-11
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   chessnme has kibitzed 5 times to chessgames  
   Feb-21-06 Yanofsky vs Uhlmann, 1966 (replies)
 
chessnme: I saw 20....Qc5 which I thought allowed for a winning exchange - (but it doesn't) winning the knight...and chasing the queen....but blacks attack on the a3 pawn was brilliant...I learned something new with this attack method. Nice combination of check x pawn, check x pawn, check x ...
 
   Feb-21-06 Illescas Cordoba vs Karpov, 1994 (replies)
 
chessnme: <Mateo: <chessnme: 35. nc5 seems to be a less agressive move than e5> I guess you meant 36. Nc5. White cannot play 36. Ne5 because of 36... d3!. If 36. Nd3? (or 36. Nf7) Qf3, Black wins. In any case, Black will win easily with the advance of the d pawn to d2.> white did
 
   Feb-09-06 Bisguier vs Fischer, 1956 (replies)
 
chessnme: I believe Fischer was thrown off by Bisguier's 4 pawn open - I have not seen Fischer confront that in a Kings Indian opening before - Fischer was baffled and played baffled, in my humble opinion. He should have been able to capitalize on Bisguier's over commitment of his pawns - ...
 
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