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coastalferg
Member since Dec-14-04 · Last seen Nov-22-15
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   coastalferg has kibitzed 69 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-09-11 Vaganian vs N Pogonina, 2011 (replies)
 
coastalferg: i suppose 17...cxd3 is losing... i know thats what i would play without even thinking.
 
   May-13-10 Topalov vs Anand, 2010 (replies)
 
coastalferg: topalov should have played a kings gambit
 
   Sep-24-09 Viswanathan Anand (replies)
 
coastalferg: Does anyone know how Vishy got his hair back... Here he is thinning on the top of the head in 2005 Anand vs Leko, 2005 Then three years he has a head of hair to rival Kramnik: Kramnik vs Anand, 2008
 
   Sep-08-09 Shirov vs Aronian, 2009 (replies)
 
coastalferg: shirov was in terrible time trouble, the feeling i got was that his flag fell, but i do not know it to be a fact.
 
   Sep-04-09 R Mamedov vs M S Thejkumar, 2009
 
coastalferg: i agree 57.Rb6+ and the forced exchange of rooks is winning easily. black either losses the rook or the a pawn promotes.
 
   Apr-29-09 Akobian - Shulman Rapid Match (2009) (replies)
 
coastalferg: what ever happened to 1.e4? has it been established by computers that it does not give white an opening advantage? even if it has, i will continue to give morphy and fisher their due by playing it in at least half my white games :-)
 
   Jan-05-08 Morozevich vs Kramnik, 2001 (replies)
 
coastalferg: thats Qf1 sorry not Qf8
 
   Dec-21-07 K O'Flaherty vs O Benson, 2005
 
coastalferg: ulgy opening
 
   Dec-19-07 Ivanchuk vs Anand, 2001
 
coastalferg: i would like to have seen this rook endgame played out. anyone know if this was a tiebreak rapid or blitz game? or was it standard time controls?
 
   Nov-30-07 S Halkias vs I Miladinovic, 2001
 
coastalferg: 8...Nxc3 is a serious blunder, but white somehow misses the forcing continuation 9.Bxd8 Nxd1 10.Be7 Re8 11.Ba3 traps the knight. Of course in case of 10...Nxb2 black simply wins the exchange with Bxf8
 
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