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child of my tears
Member since Jan-04-05 · Last seen Oct-25-06
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   child of my tears has kibitzed 111 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-14-06 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
child of my tears: <notyetagm> After 2...Qh4 white can simply play 3.Nhxg7, connecting his knights. Its then a question of whether black can win a knight or not. I think white gets away with, at worst, rook and pawn for two pieces. White's last move was indeed Ng5? obviously intending ...
 
   Jan-08-06 C McNab vs J Pedersen, 2006
 
child of my tears: Cute little rook trap. If 33...Rc5 then Bb4 . If 33...Rxf3 then Kg2. Black's 32nd was a blunder (Rb5 or Kg8 were better) but his position was already poor by then.
 
   Jan-06-06 Topalov vs Bareev, 2002 (replies)
 
child of my tears: <kevin86> 27...Qa5?? loses immediately to 28. Qb7+ but black is finished whatever move he makes.
 
   Dec-27-05 Anand vs Milov, 2005 (replies)
 
child of my tears: <pawntoefour> I think rapid is 5-20 mins per player while blitz is less than 5.
 
   Dec-14-05 Kasparov vs E Gambale, 2004 (replies)
 
child of my tears: Are 6. h3 and 7. a3 moves from the book? They look like the kind of moves patzers play against me in the opening...but if Garry plays it I guess it's not unsound.
 
   Dec-13-05 World Cup (2005) (replies)
 
child of my tears: <Vallejo Pons, Linares 2005> +1 -5 =6 including 2 losses each to Kasparov and Topalov and one to Adams. He tied last with Kasimdzhanov, who was also his only scalp.
 
   Dec-01-05 Kasparov vs Deep Blue, 1996 (replies)
 
child of my tears: But does Bd8 not just shut out the rook e8? Bb8 at least maintains some presence for black on e5. After 30.Bd8, e5 does not seem feasible any time soon to try and activate the e8 rook. At least the rook a8 is on the queenside where the threat is. Does anyone have some ...
 
   Nov-29-05 K Kokolias vs F Sigalas, 2005 (replies)
 
child of my tears: <Hoozits> White has too many threats of his own for black to have the luxury of pushing these pawns at move 31. White could just ignore it and play 32.e6 or something. At least I think that is why, I don't have time to check with Fritz
 
   Nov-28-05 Hydra vs Ponomariov, 2005 (replies)
 
child of my tears: Hydra was really all over Ponomariov in this game, although there's no disgrace in that for Pono. Some of Hydra's moves seem so quiet to my eyes, its only moves later you realise how wickedly positional they really are.
 
   Nov-28-05 I Rabinovich vs Levenfish, 1927 (replies)
 
child of my tears: 4. Be2 followed by 5. Bf1 is so ugly. Perhaps bishops are better than knights, but they certainly aren't so good you'd want to lose two tempos in the early opening just to keep them.
 
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