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Member since Feb-25-07 · Last seen Aug-10-17
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   dw98 has kibitzed 13 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Aug-29-16 Illescas Cordoba vs E Dizdarevic, 2003
dw98: 48. ...RxR as well. The last moves must be recorded wrong.
   Jun-07-13 N Pjatakhina vs A Saakova, 1967 (replies)
dw98: <sleepyirv:> <Is Nh4 a thematic move in this opening? Presumably White played it for some purpose but it appears to mostly serve as a target to break up the pawns in front of the White King.> I agree. Presumably, white played Nh4 to allow and support an f4 pawn thrust, but ...
   Oct-06-11 A A Smorodsky vs Flamberg, 1914
dw98: Why don't you play there anymore? - toe
   Jul-24-11 Bird vs Chigorin, 1899 (replies)
dw98: How about Bb2 or Bg5?
   Aug-24-10 Teichmann vs Przepiorka, 1907 (replies)
dw98: The end position looks drawn.
   May-23-10 Svidler vs Gelfand, 2010 (replies)
dw98: This is the Rubinstein variation, the variation that analysts believe doesn't offer white good chances to win and has largely been the reason the Spanish Four Knights has been shelved from the white repertoire for most of the past century. How ironic that this is how Svidler got his ...
   Jul-19-08 Hamppe vs Meitner, 1872 (replies)
dw98: Heidenfeld's analysis is identical to mr.basso's given here earlier.
   Apr-27-08 Igor Ivanov vs Kudrin, 1989 (replies)
dw98: 30...Nxh7 31. Rxh7+ Kxh7 (31...Rxh7 32.Rg8#)32.Rh3+ Bh4 33.Rxh4#
   Dec-17-07 Nunn vs Tal, 1988 (replies)
dw98: "After 20...Nd5 21.Rxf7 Qxe3+ 22.Qxe3 Nxe3 23. Rd3 Black's knight will be lost to a discovered check."
   Feb-26-07 Ruy Lopez de Segura (replies)
dw98: Damiano analyzed a poor opening and rightfully condemned it, but it was named after him anyway - See Ruy Lopez vs Leonardo di Bona, Rome. I read that Senior Lopez gave advice such as to place the board such that the light shines in your opponents eyes. Anyway, I think the opening named
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