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Member since Jun-17-05 · Last seen Jun-04-23
I like to play Chess960 especially, and have an information site about it here:

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   drleper has kibitzed 277 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-15-23 G Canfell vs J Lakner, 2005 (replies)
drleper: Nobody expects Qg3+
   Feb-13-23 Tal vs G Ballon, 1986 (replies)
drleper: <Messiah: You are very clever, please share additional things.> Well, the comment was more interesting than your pointless dig :)
   Jan-16-23 Lasker vs Rubinstein, 1914 (replies)
drleper: <Honza Cervenka: Rubinstein should not go for the Rook ending by 54...c5? With Bishops on the board black could probably hold the game with optimal play, or at least his practical chance on successful defense would be much greater there than in a Rook ending, where white can ...
   Nov-25-22 D Anton Guijarro vs J Moussard, 2022 (replies)
drleper: 80.h4?? gxh4?? is not a move order glitch, it really happened (the increment was 10 seconds). Unfortunately for white the bishop was the right colour for a win, so 80...Bxa4 81.hxg5+ Kxg5 was not even good enough for a draw. Over 5,000 rating points at the board—happens to the ...
   Nov-04-22 D Bicknell vs J Gomez Baillo, 1991 (replies)
drleper: Looking over a big database, hanging the N on g4 in this line (and sometimes the opponent not even taking it) is more common than you would expect. An interesting case of chess blindness induced by automatic moves that make/parry a threat.
   Nov-01-22 Nepomniachtchi vs Nakamura, 2022 (replies)
drleper: If you set your viewer to pgn4web you can see the moves, but the start position is missing so it doesn't work properly :)
   Oct-17-22 C Yoo vs Caruana, 2022 (replies)
drleper: <jerseybob: <FSR: 49...Rxb4+ is a trivial draw, as was 58...Rxb4+, but I guess Caruana was playing for a win?!> 58..Rxb4+ is certainly a book draw, but in the earlier case Caruana may not have been so certain about allowing a passed b-pawn. Only thing I can think of.> ...
   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 J Zhou vs Y Yu, 2021 (replies)
drleper: Hmm, why are you posting reams of computer analysis at different moves and depths!?
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