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Member since Jun-17-05 · Last seen Jun-29-22
I like to play Chess960 especially, and have an information site about it here:

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   drleper has kibitzed 270 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-13-22 Blackburne vs Steinitz, 1862 (replies)
drleper: The pun is a winner!
   Mar-26-22 Carlsen vs Navara, 2022
drleper: Smooth finish.
   Nov-04-21 Zhou Jianchao vs Yu Yangyi, 2021 (replies)
drleper: Hmm, why are you posting reams of computer analysis at different moves and depths!?
   Jul-30-21 Carlsen vs S Martinovic, 2021
drleper: <keypusher: <Jamboree> SF14 thinks you're absolutely right about moves 59 and 63. Thanks for sharing this amazing ending!> Since there's only 7 pieces left this one is tablebase solved, and Jamboree's analysis is correct, incredible ending. The only wrong step I found ...
   Dec-07-20 M Z Ali vs B Westin, 1987 (replies)
drleper: 7...h6 putting the question to the knight.
   Oct-31-20 R Nezhmetdinov vs G Ilivitsky, 1947 (replies)
drleper: Incredible game.
   Oct-30-20 Morphy vs J Schulten, 1857 (replies)
drleper: I'd always seen it online as Alekhine, something like: <To beat me you have to do it three times – once in the opening, once in the middlegame, and once in the endgame.>
   Oct-30-20 Nakamura vs Lenderman, 2020
drleper: I see white spent some time making patterns with the rook.
   Oct-08-20 Gelfand vs Kramnik, 1994
drleper: Kramnik mentioned this game during the round 3 commentary for Norway Chess 2020, when Judit asked about "painful lessons" (this game was an example). He mixed up the move order and just lost a pawn by accident on move 5. Discussion is here:
   Nov-22-19 Grischuk vs Duda, 2019
drleper: Would have been nice to see 45.Rxd3+ cxd3+ 46.Kxd3, and black is totally busted: [DIAGRAM] The bishop watches the b pawn, and the king can wind towards the h file for the wing pawn. Nothing much for black to do.
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