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Member since Jan-10-06 · Last seen Feb-11-06
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   morpstau has kibitzed 270 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-07-06 M Aaron vs Fischer, 1962 (replies)
morpstau: 29. Rd2??? has to be one of the worst blunders by a master, what an oversight.
   Feb-07-06 S Danailov vs Topalov, 1989 (replies)
morpstau: With the threat of 39... qb7. This is fatal for white and is the decisive move.
   Feb-06-06 E Schiller vs Hastings, 1975 (replies)
morpstau: Too easy
   Feb-06-06 J Parkes vs 80 T, 1979 (replies)
morpstau: What does 80 t mean? Maybe 80 times worse than any other computer around today. lol
   Feb-06-06 Tal vs A Vooremaa, 1971 (replies)
morpstau: what a ass woping and indeed a tactical gem full of lightning bolts.
   Feb-06-06 Wilhelm Steinitz (replies)
morpstau: ya godditt sissta
   Feb-06-06 Beliavsky vs Larsen, 1981 (replies)
morpstau: I see than computers are the better of humans concerning annotation that is.
   Feb-06-06 Fischer vs R Henry / R Thacker, 1964 (replies)
morpstau: The tactic c4 Bxc4 Bxh6 gxh6 Qg4+ regaining the bishop 2) Next, if Black doesn't take it, White grips on to d5, and will stick his bishop on a1-h8
   Feb-06-06 Bird vs Morphy, 1858 (replies)
morpstau: Yes KNIGHT13 your correct Morphy had no more than a draw after 22. kb1!! For this oversight by both players Morphy has been chastized by critics for not casolidating his position and being a pawn up with black. But this is what set Morphy apart from all the other Mortals of his ...
   Feb-06-06 Ponomariov vs Kramnik, 2003 (replies)
morpstau: The move 9. ... b6 by Kramnik seems to be novelty which leads to a tranpose to a Queen-Indian defense structure for black (typical d5 pawn structure). But Kramnik lost too much time with Knight and queen bishop so it seems he could not find time to push c pawn. This created ...
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