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Member since May-28-03 · Last seen Oct-11-11
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   gogulko has kibitzed 25 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-27-11 Lasker vs J F Barry, 1904 (replies)
gogulko: Lasker had white in this game. Game score needs correction.
   Dec-20-10 Emanuel Lasker (replies)
gogulko: When he lost to Torre, Lasker did not use the arrival of the telegram (not given to him by his wife, but a tournament official) as an excuse. I can't find his exact words at the moment, but at the time and later he complimented Torre's play.
   Dec-28-09 Bird vs Lasker, 1892 (replies)
gogulko: Lasker was born in 1868, not 1869. On December 24. Same day as Richard Teichmann
   Jul-04-09 Viktor Korchnoi (replies)
gogulko: The grandmasters who did not sign the petition condemning Korchnoi were Botvinnik (he had nothing to fear), Bronstein (because he already had nothing to lose), Spaasky (obvious) and Boris Gulko - even then Gulko was playing a "match" against the Communists - and winning.
   Dec-06-08 Boris Gulko (replies)
gogulko: I believe Gulko himself is working such a book.
   Nov-24-08 Oll vs Gulko, 1983
gogulko: Among amateurs, White should play on. And maybe even masters wouldn't have the technical skills to win this, although most should. But for a GM, especially one in Gulko's class? White is dead lost, and it's all a matter of technique: White's a pawn down, without compensation and no ...
   Jul-23-08 Lasker - Tarrasch World Championship Match (1908) (replies)
gogulko: Jul-23-08 cannibal: <keypusher> wrote: Actually, when you leave out his comeback in the mid-30s (which was still impressive enough, but had mainly financial reasons) and maybe some events in his very early career, the ONLY serious competitions he didn't win were Hastings ...
   Jun-13-08 M Langer vs Gulko, 2008
gogulko: 31. ,,, Nxe4 32. Qxg4 Nxc3 threatening 33. ... Bxd4+ and 34. ... Nxc5 might also work.
   Jun-13-08 D Ippolito vs Gulko, 2008
gogulko: Is this all time wins in U.S. Championships? Or some other list? Who are the top 10?
   Jan-17-08 Carlsen vs N Ibraev, 2004 (replies)
gogulko: 1. … hxg5 2. Rxf7 Rf8 ( 2. … Ne7 3. Qxe5 Kxf7 ( 3. … Nf5 4. Qxf5 ) 4. Qxg7+ Ke6 5. Qf6# ) 3. hxg5 Rxf7 4. Qh7+ Kf8 5. g6 Re7 ( 5. … Rf6 6. Qh8+ Ke7 7. Qxg7+ Ke8 ( 7. … Kd6 8. Ba3+ Kc7 9. Rh7 ) 8. Rh8+ Rf8 9. Rxf8# ) 6. Qh8#
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