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   duckets has kibitzed 15 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-24-05 B Gamback vs R Nevanlinna, 2001 (replies)
duckets: I agree. Phenomenal.
   Jan-14-05 Albin vs A Csank, 1890 (replies)
duckets: Reminiscent of the debate yesterday about when to resign...
   Jan-13-05 L Ross vs D Gurevich, 2004 (replies)
duckets: Does anyone have a collection of games where GM's blunder away an obvious win in the endgame? Perhaps a few examples of such might help support panigma's position. In my experience, however, if a GM were to screw up, it would not be at a point in the game where material and position
   Jan-11-05 J Gonzalez Garcia vs Kasimdzhanov, 1998
duckets: Talk about a lonely king...
   Jan-10-05 B Blumenfeld vs Alekhine, 1908 (replies)
duckets: 30.♘h4 is what I meant to say earlier.
   Jan-10-05 Fischerandom Chess (replies)
duckets: Ughaibu is on to something there. Randomly chosen destination #327...nuclear waste dump site A13, Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico, USA.
   Jan-03-05 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
duckets: I live in the Northeast, and have been to Yankee Stadium and Fenway Park dozens of times each. I have to admit, I was awestruck by Wrigley when I was in Chicago a couple of years ago. The best part is watching the relief pitchers jump out of the way of line drive foul balls as they ...
   Jan-03-05 Korchnoi vs P H Nielsen, 2005 (replies)
duckets: Nice job showing us the time remaining for each player, Excellent site here.
   Jan-03-05 Denker vs I A Horowitz, 1933 (replies)
duckets: Pardon me, you are correct. I am relatively new to this site, and I am not yet familiar with the Opening Explorer. I did not realize that had differentiated the Queen's Gambit Declined openings as such. My apologies. Maybe next time I will try to do a little research ...
   Dec-23-04 Alekhine vs Gilg, 1926 (replies)
duckets: Karl Gilg actually has a pretty big following in my local club. I have personally not examined his games, but admirers claim that he often played down a piece instead of resigning as seems to be the norm nowadays, and patiently waited for a blunder from his opponent.
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