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epiclurker
Member since Jun-01-05 · Last seen May-17-20
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   epiclurker has kibitzed 18 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-29-10 Carlsen vs L Dominguez, 2010 (replies)
 
epiclurker: chessmoron: good question. I thought about it and it looks to me like Dominguez might have been worried about 40. Rf1. After that there's a pretty gnarly exposed check with 41. Ng5. But then again, what do i know...Did you come up with anything?
 
   Aug-27-08 Jean-Jacques Rousseau (replies)
 
epiclurker: rousseau horny!
 
   Aug-08-08 Bacrot vs M Penalver, 2004 (replies)
 
epiclurker: 26. Qd1!??
 
   Aug-30-07 Rybka vs Ehlvest, 2007 (replies)
 
epiclurker: to have a rook pawn missing is hardly traumatic to one's game. i mean the rook is instantly in play and under no real threat....i suppose that here it does impede rybka's king side castling -- but the same can be said for ehlvest's. a sort of false odds game to me.
 
   Aug-05-07 Taimanov vs V Arseniev, 1960
 
epiclurker: a fine demonstration that an isolated passed pawn can be dangerous - even in the early middle game. taimanov expertly judges that the exchange on d4 will not be a positional liability and from move 12 he sees to it that his judgement is vindicated
 
   Jul-23-07 Kramnik vs Illescas Cordoba, 1993
 
epiclurker: the coached annhiliates the coach
 
   Jul-23-07 Kramnik vs Lautier, 1993 (replies)
 
epiclurker: drawnik??? intense, brutal play by young kramdog
 
   Jul-22-07 Browne vs Portisch, 1978
 
epiclurker: portisch plays a mean queens gambit declined
 
   Jul-17-07 Von Gottschall vs Saemisch, 1926 (replies)
 
epiclurker: excellent endgame play by samisch
 
   Jul-17-07 Kramnik vs Y Doornbos, 1999
 
epiclurker: actually, this game brings to mind magic johnson's 'no-look' passes. kramnik eyes the kingside hard with his queen and bishop while setting up a 'dunk' of the two queenside pawns. i hate sports analogies.
 
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