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ntc
Member since Apr-23-05 · Last seen Jan-05-07
I'm a procrastinating college student in Michigan, USA.

http://www.eecs.umich.edu/~ntclark


   ntc has kibitzed 15 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-08-06 A Haik vs Skembris, 1981 (replies)
 
ntc: There's no way to prevent 22. Rxf8
 
   Feb-20-06 Wojtkiewicz vs Ftacnik, 1993 (replies)
 
ntc: Someone want to explain 28. Ndc4 for me? I'm baffled.
 
   Nov-19-05 Sajtar vs Szabo, 1953 (replies)
 
ntc: Hmmm. I was thinking h5 right off the bat, opening the possibility of Nxf3 later.
 
   Nov-05-05 Ivanchuk vs Kulaots, 2002
 
ntc: Oh, jeez. How did I miss that... Thanks, <keypusher>
 
   Jun-10-05 Hydra vs A Nickel, 2004 (replies)
 
ntc: <The person who won two correspondence games against Hydra probably had an engine running day and night doing deep analysis on every move. I don't think they count as wins because you can't monitor cheating in correspondence chess.> Actually, he did have the aid of a computer, and
 
   Jun-02-05 E Sheripov vs Thanh Son Nguyen, 2001 (replies)
 
ntc: Anyone have a guess as to what Sheripov was thinking with 36. Qf4?
 
   May-20-05 Vyzmanavin vs Zhidkov, 1985 (replies)
 
ntc: That move was nice!
 
   May-07-05 L Dominguez vs E Mortensen, 2002 (replies)
 
ntc: Nevermind. I forgot about the knight... I need a nap.
 
   Apr-30-05 Zsuzsa Polgar vs Denker, 1989 (replies)
 
ntc: Heh. I guess everyone makes stupid mistakes from time to time :)
 
   Apr-29-05 Ashley vs L Christiansen, 2002 (replies)
 
ntc: <THE pawn>, correct me if I'm wrong, but the white knight is also stuck defending the pawn on h3. This allows the black king to block the a pawn with his king, while advancing his e and f pawns. White either gives up the a-pawn (which looks drawish to me), or loses due to the ...
 
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