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noone2
Member since Aug-22-03 · Last seen May-04-06
I am a player of approx master strength. If anyone would like to consider me as a chess tutor - please e-mail me at loub(at)canada.com

   noone2 has kibitzed 108 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-01-06 Samuel Reshevsky (replies)
 
noone2: Botvinnik is an interesting WC. Unlike most WC apart from Lasker - Botvinnik had a profession away from chess. This may explain his "poorer" performances in first WC - and winning subsequent rematches. Sam Sloan remarked that these appeared to be warmup rounds to Botvinnik. Maybe he ...
 
   Apr-27-06 D Podhraski vs S Jeric, 2001 (replies)
 
noone2: 11 Rhe1 looks like an error to me. Instead 11 B:e6 f:e6 12 N:e6 with a dangerous white initiative
 
   Jan-11-06 E M Jackson vs Marshall, 1899 (replies)
 
noone2: I like this combo, and I think these types of mating themes are a Marshall trademark. I am talking about striking moves that involving multi-take scenarios all of which lead to overwhelming advantage or mate. Take for example this game and Marshall-Lewitsky. I've seen others posted ...
 
   Jan-06-06 J C Benjamin vs B Taborov, 1976 (replies)
 
noone2: I don't understand black's 20... R:f7 at all - looks to me like 20... Kh8 is fine
 
   Jun-23-05 Hydra vs Adams, 2005 (replies)
 
noone2: the threat is Rd6 followed by e:d5 26 ... Rc6 neutralizes the threat
 
   Jun-01-05 Smyslov vs T Florian, 1949 (replies)
 
noone2: Any reason that black doesn't play 16...N:g5 17 Q:g5? I would guess there is no tactical refutation - just a white plus due to the passed d pawn and awkward black N
 
   May-19-05 Adams vs Topalov, 2005 (replies)
 
noone2: 34 Ne8 ? I had fully expected 34 Nb7 with a white plus. Hard to understand this game
 
   Apr-08-05 E Grant vs Salov, 1983 (replies)
 
noone2: what's wrong with 26 Nh4? with the idea of 26 ... B:h3+ 27 Ke2 Ng3 28 f:g3 R:e3 29 Q:e3!
 
   Apr-06-05 Tal vs L Mista, 1973 (replies)
 
noone2: <Ezzy> 33... Rc5 34 d:e6 a:b3 35 e:f7+ K:f7 36 Q:g6+ Ke7 37 Q:h5 R:c2+ 38 Kb1 lights out for black
 
   Mar-24-05 Kasparov vs Mephisto, 1985 (replies)
 
noone2: <Mating Net: Those doubled Rooks on a totally closed C file sure came in handy for Black.> Very consistent with the quote of the day!
 
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