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moocow
Member since May-19-05 · Last seen Feb-17-18
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   moocow has kibitzed 63 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-20-07 Mtel Masters (2007) (replies)
 
moocow: Bxb5 is too slow. Both 52. g5 and 52. Kg5 win in response. One nice line is 52. Kg5 Bxa4 53. Kf6 Be8 54. Ke7 Bf7 55. g5 a4 56. g6 Bxg6 57. fg a3 58. Kf6 a2 59. h7+ and mate follows.
 
   Feb-17-07 Nigel Short (replies)
 
moocow: From Azmaiparashvili's response to Short, quoted on Chessbase <As for referring to me as a “dunderhead” and claiming I won the European Championship by cheating, I will bring Mr. Short as one of FIDE officials to account before the FIDE Ethics Commission for dishonoring me as a ...
 
   Dec-16-06 Garry Kasparov (replies)
 
moocow: Should the fact that Raffael is currently on playchess (@1600 GMT) be taken to indicate that a) Kasparov did not get arrested at the "March of the Dissidents" today or b) Raffael is not Kasparov? ;)
 
   Oct-04-06 Kramnik - Topalov World Championship Match (2006) (replies)
 
moocow: What an unpleasant human being Danailov is. Has he thought to perform a parallel analysis on Topalov's games from San Luis and compare statistics? It's pretty obvious that any top GM will get a significant % of moves matching those suggested by a good program. Furthermore, once you ...
 
   May-09-06 K Vygodchikov vs Alekhine, 1910 (replies)
 
moocow: If 23 Nb6, Qh3! wins outright. Nf4 follows.
 
   Mar-17-06 Viktor Korchnoi (replies)
 
moocow: I appreciated that video very much!
 
   Mar-10-06 Topalov vs Leko, 2006 (replies)
 
moocow: <keypusher> 64. Ng4 Kd4 65. Kg6 gets swindled after b4 66. Nf2 b3 67. Nd1 Kd3!
 
   Jan-24-06 Ed. Lasker vs F Englund, 1913 (replies)
 
moocow: E Canal vs NN, 1934 is rather pretty.
 
   Jan-22-06 Topalov vs Gelfand, 2006 (replies)
 
moocow: 18... Nf6 19. Rb4 b6 20. g4 is one try to create an initiative. It looks slightly illogical to play both Rb4 and g4 as when the Black knight comes to d5 it will be with tempo; but I think the inclusion of b6 may be more useful for White than Black, as c6 is then slightly loose. ...
 
   Jan-14-06 Corus Group A (2006) (replies)
 
moocow: My apologies. I have the wrong position on my board :(
 
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