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dr.noooo
Member since Oct-03-05 · Last seen Jan-11-06
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   dr.noooo has kibitzed 38 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-11-06 E M Jackson vs Marshall, 1899 (replies)
 
dr.noooo: Too easy: even in a game, you look and say to thyself.... if that bishop could only.....and bingo
 
   Dec-31-05 Alburt vs Vasiukov, 1967 (replies)
 
dr.noooo: I toyed with knight taking at f3 and getting three pawns for the piece: only after another look did the sac at g2 hit me with the notion of breaking through with the pawns, pinning the king. After that the rest of it was easy enough, but over the board I have no doubt I would have ...
 
   Dec-29-05 Russian Championship Superfinal (2005) (replies)
 
dr.noooo: Krammnik may or may not be over the hill. Nobody knows. The long and short of it is, until there is a real meeting of say the top twelve players in the world, in a long elimination match, say over a couple of months, each playing each for two games the first month, then say the top
 
   Dec-28-05 A Wilhelm vs W Bareiss, 1971 (replies)
 
dr.noooo: The easiness of this problem derives from the constricted possibilities: what else is there here except the dumb rook move. And then of course the old windmill trick. Though I never heard of the Frankenstein variation: anybody here know of the history, etc?
 
   Dec-26-05 Janosevic vs Petrosian, 1978 (replies)
 
dr.noooo: The only reason this puzzle deserves to be here, since it is so easy, and it does deserve its place, is that the piece that makes the entire combo possible is one of Tigrans beloved knights. It was he, remember that said he loved rooks since they could be sacrificed for knights.
 
   Dec-19-05 Keres vs A Peet, 1932 (replies)
 
dr.noooo: The sort of game that plays itself after the black queen gobble gobbles. Keres did this sort of thing with barely a glance at the board, almost resembles a blindfold exhibition quickie.
 
   Dec-19-05 World Cup (2005) (replies)
 
dr.noooo: Something should be said about the format however: there is something woefully wrong with a setup that creates a new so called world champ every year. Five in five years, that's ludicrous. Going back to Capa and Alekhine was likely the best way to do it. There was no doubt that ...
 
   Dec-11-05 Jansa vs D Marovic, 1974 (replies)
 
dr.noooo: For me the tough move was d5. The first part was easy, denuding the king, much like yesterdays, and creating the corridor the poor guy had to march around in. The rook lift was also easy. It took a while to see that the pawn push explodes the center open, cant be taken upon pain of
 
   Dec-10-05 Yates vs Alekhine, 1930 (replies)
 
dr.noooo: right from the first almost a kings indian, and a good one. Nobody in his right mind these days would play a Ruy the way Yates does.
 
   Dec-10-05 A Bannik vs Tal, 1955 (replies)
 
dr.noooo: the key move in the combo is queen to h6, with such an air conditioned igloo of the poor kings its not too hard to find the other moves, all forced.
 
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