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Member since May-14-16 · Last seen Jan-31-19
Used to be about USCF 2250 but haven't played a tournament game in 10 years.

   graphvariety has kibitzed 14 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-12-18 Petrosian vs Lutikov, 1959 (replies)
graphvariety: Let me ask a stupid question. What is wrong with 35. fxe4? What does Black have that I'm missing?
   Nov-12-18 J Sefc vs Petrosian, 1957
graphvariety: It's like watching a cat toy with a mouse for a week before finally eating it.
   Oct-29-18 E Eliskases vs Stein, 1966
graphvariety: White did not show up for this game. Moves like 11. Ng1 are not chess. If you are going to do something abject like 20. Qf1 then you might as well play 21. fxe4 instead of going like a sheep to the slaughter. And if 24. b4 is the best you can come up with then you might as well
   Oct-24-18 Nezhmetdinov vs Lusikal, 1951 (replies)
graphvariety: You gotta be kidding me. Did this really happen?
   Oct-24-18 Nezhmetdinov vs Aronin, 1950
graphvariety: @chancho: You probably meant 27... Re7. Then 28. Qh1! looks crushing, as Black seems to have no more than spite checks. E.g., 28... Rxe2+ 29. Kxe2 exf4+ 30. Kd1 Bc2+ 31.Kc1.
   Oct-22-18 Suetin vs Nezhmetdinov, 1964 (replies)
graphvariety: What's wrong with 32... Rxf2?
   Oct-22-18 Khromov vs Nezhmetdinov, 1966 (replies)
graphvariety: After Nezh played 17... h5, I do wonder whether Mr. Khromov thought to himself, "I'm about to get posterized."
   Oct-21-18 Karasev vs Nezhmetdinov, 1973
graphvariety: Not to take anything away from Nezhmetdinov's genius, but doesn't 15... c3 win outright?
   Oct-21-18 Nezhmetdinov vs Sokolsky, 1957
graphvariety: If you look at the final position for the first time, what's the chance you will believe that the a1-rook started life on h1?
   Oct-21-18 Nezhmetdinov vs Y Kotkov, 1965
graphvariety: Typical Nezhmetdinov game. He just tears things open with h4-h5xg6 and doesn't care squat about losing a piece, Just when Black thinks he has defended comes g2-g4 with a fresh line-opening and Black is overwhelmed. 32... Qc6 holds out longer, but 33. Qxc6 Bxc6 34. Be6 Ne8 35. ...
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