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meliihhh
Member since May-14-08 · Last seen Feb-06-21
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   meliihhh has kibitzed 5 times to chessgames  
   Sep-17-11 M Zlotnikov vs Waitzkin, 1998 (replies)
 
meliihhh: makahajo, after 49.Qxf7, which is a good try, Black can win in two ways. I saw that 49..e4! is winning, simply taking away the f3 square from the king, and threatening checkmate: 50..Qh3+ and 51..Qh1 mate. The only defense is 50.Rh1, after which 50..Nxh1 51.Kxh1 e3! (not 51..Qxg3??
 
   May-14-08 E Atalik vs S Atalik, 2006 (replies)
 
meliihhh: hehe. Isn't it weird to play against one's wife? And the wife should improve her endgame technique! :)
 
   May-14-08 S Atalik vs E Atalik, 2006 (replies)
 
meliihhh: gunnar,and coundillar, you should save your stupid jokes to yourselves. Suat Atalik is our (Turkey) most talented player,and I won't let you two talk like this. For those who do not know, he is in the top 150 in FIDE's list. Nevertheless, I think he can give lessons for "bed" too, ...
 
   May-14-08 J Sarwer vs Waitzkin, 1986 (replies)
 
meliihhh: Mr. Sarwer, Mr. Waitzkin talks quite positively about you,when he analyzes this game (in a chess game,as a tutorial) and he says you are a very strong player..So I find it QUITE INAPPROPRIATE that you say "he went to the bathroom,crying",etc etc. I remember crying myself when I ...
 
   May-14-08 Waitzkin vs Palatnik, 1998 (replies)
 
meliihhh: hello everybody. helios, after 27..Rb6, Mr.Waitzkin would play 28.Rh1, followed by the intrusion on the 7th rank, and with the help of the queen, white would have a huge attack,while black is doomed to passivity. So this does not really "suit" GM style play. And,well,Palatnik is a ...
 
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