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Member since Jul-12-09 · Last seen Aug-06-22
Hi i'm 17, i'm rated 1870 uscf at the moment, you can find me on fics as "muwwatalli" if you would like.

I frequently drop pieces and forget all my opening theory, so i just pretend that i have a sacrificial/unorthodox openings style.

   muwatalli has kibitzed 104 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-18-12 Gelfand vs Anand, 2012 (replies)
muwatalli: <Joshka> I agree with everything that you just said.
   Apr-13-12 Bagirov vs S Winge, 1990
muwatalli: nice game, Winge is probably an under rated otb player if he is only a master as I believe he has played for the title of correspondence world champion. As I am a 1. b3 player on occasion I was looking over Bagirov's chess games with this opening on my chess board and couldn't ...
   Jan-01-12 Klovans vs Bagirov, 1969 (replies)
muwatalli: just looked at the position and my comment and still have no clue as to why a draw appeared here.
   Dec-29-11 Robatsch (B06) (replies)
muwatalli: I am looking for some sacrificial/attacking players who play the pirc and/or robatsch defense to study their games, or perhaps just players with low draw percentage?
   Dec-03-10 Frank Marshall (replies)
muwatalli: a small bit of wisdom from marshall's "my fifty years of chess." "In gambit openings the cardinal rule for each player is to 'git thar fustest with the mostest men.'"
   Dec-02-10 Marshall vs H E Atkins, 1903 (replies)
muwatalli: 25 b3 is a fairly amazing swindle, i suppose white should have simply accepted the ending with a rook for piece and 2 pawns after 29 Qd3 Nxh7 30 Qxd6 Bxd6 etc.. i saw this game in his "my 50 years of chess" and he doesn't even mention 29 Qd3 but his annotations are rather sparse ...
   Nov-27-10 Nimzowitsch vs Spielmann, 1905
muwatalli: Yes, it is very difficult to believe that white cannot win this somewhere, perhaps he should have tried for a better version of the ending with 29 Kf3 Bg4+ 30 Rxg4 hxg4 31 Kg2 Qe8 32 Bd5 Qxh8 33 c4 when white's king is safe from checks, and he could slowly try and march his queen ...
   Nov-23-10 muwatalli chessforum
muwatalli: oh, sorry for the late response, i rarely look down here, and that sounds like a great idea to me, bach's art of the fugue and 6 organ trios always make me want an organ.
   Oct-21-10 Spielmann vs Moewig, 1904 (replies)
muwatalli: spielmann played this Qf3 variation twice in 1904 and both games he obtained terrible positions out of the opening! the other game was this one Spielmann vs Duras, 1904 you would think he would be the better prepared in a fairly rare gambit variation of his choice, in this ...
   Sep-06-10 von der Lasa vs Anderssen, 1845 (replies)
muwatalli: <just a kid Black could have resigned on move 28.> i suppose he could have, but it would have been extremely premature, since black had a perfectly playable endgame with 2 pieces for a rook and 2 pawns, and white has no immediate threats or even a single passed pawn. ...
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