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faulty
Member since May-16-15 · Last seen May-17-22
I'm a weak player but I just love watching better players. This helps me relax. I started following Magnus when he was ranked number 70-something in the world and I am still his fan. I believe I will still be his fan when he is out of top 100. I just hope this does not make me a glory-hunter.

   faulty has kibitzed 206 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-02-22 A Vajda vs Ahues, 1927
 
faulty: the position after white move 36 is fairly spectacular. definitely belongs to the 'chess painting' collections as the depiction of 'i'
 
   Apr-30-22 A Gabrielian vs M Krylov, 2009 (replies)
 
faulty: folks, ignore the computer analysis. enjoy passionate chess
 
   Apr-25-22 A Galliamova vs A Bodnaruk, 2014
 
faulty: I cannot see any way for white to win. 95... Nf5 96. Kd5 N*d6 97. ed6 and draw. what am I missing? can't be THAT stupid :(
 
   Apr-24-22 Taimanov vs Averbakh, 1953 (replies)
 
faulty: what a pity I cannot find the game Botvinnik-Smyslov where somewhere at move 40 Botvinnik went e2-e4, Smyslov made a mistake c7-c5, Botvinnik, I think, moved his bishop, and the black resigned. would be 'deferred Sicilian'. could someone look for it with some search system?
 
   Apr-12-22 A C Martin vs E Wolk, 1947 (replies)
 
faulty: considering that 'wolk' is from the Slavonic word for the wolf, my first thought was (after seeing the pun): 'there is a wolf somewhere'
 
   Mar-28-22 Richard Rapport (replies)
 
faulty: and so, Rapport is 100 percent in the Candidates. no theoretically possible combinations left which could eliminate him
 
   Mar-28-22 FIDE Grand Prix Leg 3 (2022) (replies)
 
faulty: and so, Rapport is 100 percent in the Candidates. no theoretically possible combinations left which could eliminate him
 
   Mar-21-22 Sergey Karjakin (replies)
 
faulty: The Candidates is played in June-July. ok, it is getting interestinger and interestinger...
 
   Mar-15-22 FIDE Grand Prix Belgrade (2022) (replies)
 
faulty: dear beatgiant, I shall try to explain my fears. You (mostly) presented cases of tournaments where the players were playing for the win in the tournament (e.g. Gibraltar masters) or there were few places giving access to the next 'level'. In short, if we have a, say 12-14-16 day ...
 
   Mar-14-22 S Mariotti vs Timman, 1974 (replies)
 
faulty: Am i seeing things or white is not a pawn down?
 
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