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   extremepleasure has kibitzed 54 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-11-07 Flear vs J Aagaard, 2007 (replies)
extremepleasure: It seems that Glenn Flear missed a golden opportunity to win this game. Had he played 22.Nc7! instead of 22.Bg3 he would have had almost a wining position after 22...Qc7 23.Rf6! Qh2 24.Rg7! Kg7 25.Bh5! Re5 (if 25...Qe5 26.Rf7+ Kg8 27.Bd8 Bc8 28.Qe5 Re5 29.Rc7 Rh5 30.Rc8+ ...
   May-22-07 Mtel Masters (2007) (replies)
extremepleasure: Hello there. Here I agree with Veigaman (sorry Plato). I agree that objectively speaking Kf2 was the best move (and actually it is not that hard to find this move for Topalov or anybody else). However, if your opponent is under severe time preassure the best move is the one
   Mar-12-07 Robert James Fischer (replies)
extremepleasure: Plato, Believe me that you're not the only person whom I disappointed throughout my life. I've learned to live with it.
   Mar-10-07 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
extremepleasure: extremepleasure: chessmoron, 1.Rh8+! Kh8 2. Qh3+ Kg8 3. Qe6+ Kh8 (or Kh7) 4. Rh2 mate.
   Mar-04-07 Morelia-Linares (2007) (replies)
extremepleasure: csmath, DF10 has become a commercial software only after its match with Kramnik! Do not ignore Anand. If he wants he certainly can find the ways of defeating Rybka 2.3 in a match.
   Mar-04-07 Paul Keres (replies)
extremepleasure: 1.Qa2+! ba2 2. Nc6! There is no move to prevent the threat of Nd4, which threatens mate both on c2 and b3. This is very nice indeed.
   Mar-04-07 Nigel Short (replies)
extremepleasure: skiskichess5, May ask you why US is that important in this totally irrelevant forum? What will happen to US if all the people in this forum suddenly start to bash US altogether? Why do you feel that you're obliged to defend US in a chess forum all the way, even at the ...
   Mar-01-07 Deep Fritz vs Kramnik, 2006 (replies)
extremepleasure: square dance, The move c4 doesn't change the essential dynamics of the position in the first place as the bishop has no future on b3 and it will go to c2 anyway. Besides, by playing c4 you shut your own bishop on a6. In my opinion putting the bishop to a6 by playing a5 was ...
   Feb-28-07 M Vujovic vs M Basman, 1981 (replies)
extremepleasure: Sambo, I believe that white's best move to punish the awkward 1..g5 is 2.h4! rather than d4. In that case black's pawn position on the king's side would have been seriously crippled, and thus 1...g5 would have been a completely pointless move.
   Feb-18-07 Old Benoni (A43) (replies)
extremepleasure: whatthefat: ''You're not being very precise. First you wish to talk about the objective outcome of chess as a mathematical problem, but then you say things like this: <If you make the best move which the position demands starting from the very first move, any inaccuracy ...
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