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mmmmisha
Member since Apr-02-05 · Last seen Jul-11-17
Back in the game after many years of minimal playing, and am now doing some study for the first time since high school (when I read Rubin Fine on openings. Born and raised in Sydney, Australia, now San Francisco has been my home for over 30 years.
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   mmmmisha has kibitzed 8 times to chessgames  
   Nov-15-10 Onischuk vs Robson, 2010 (replies)
 
mmmmisha: Why didn't black take the pawn at <12...Rxh2>? Castling doesn't seem that valuable when the h file is already half-open and white's knight is up at g5. On the other hand it certainly would have ensured that the black king was stuck in the middle. Is there a more immediate ...
 
   Mar-01-10 Topalov vs Grischuk, 2010 (replies)
 
mmmmisha: I realize 18. Nd4 is strong because of the sac at e6, but why not 18.Rh1f1? If ...Qxg7, 19. Rxf6, or 19.QXe5 (the troublesome Knight) with open d and f files, plus the Black Queen is misplaced. Also prevents the black Queen retreat to f6, followed by the Queen exchange on e7 that ...
 
   Mar-28-07 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
mmmmisha: <Knight13> Actually it's a recent self-portrait of me before my morning coffee. :-)
 
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