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Member since Jun-14-05 · Last seen Aug-20-21
I live in Saltillo, México and started playing chess after finishing my university studies. I've a rating of about 1700 but I am working on getting better.

   peabody88 has kibitzed 138 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-17-12 Aronian vs Kamsky, 2012 (replies)
peabody88: What we are seeing at this moment (8:22 ET) is Aronian-Kamsky according to chessdom.
   Sep-07-11 Dominguez Perez vs Polgar, 2011 (replies)
peabody88: Kc1! Should win now.
   Jul-24-11 Nakamura vs Kramnik, 2011 (replies)
peabody88: Chessdom states 40.Rh2 is the actual move.
   May-07-11 Mamedyarov vs Gelfand, 2011 (replies)
peabody88: 20.Bd4
   Jan-18-11 Giri vs Nakamura, 2011 (replies)
peabody88: <Kazzak: Are we in transmission error, or is Naka thinking and thinking?> Chessdom is showing the same position, so I guess Naka is just taking his time.
   Jan-05-11 Reggio Emilia (2010/11) (replies)
peabody88: It seems Onischuk took a poisoned pawn in h4 and now Vallejo has a very dangerous attack going. Let´s see who was right in the end.
   Dec-15-10 London Chess Classic (2010) (replies)
peabody88: <<The Rocket>: Why was howell-Mcshane an agreed draw in a easily winning position for white? Let the conspiracy theorys begin..> Nothing more sinester than lack of time. If the clocks from the chessdom transmision where acurate Howell had about 40 seconds for his last
   Dec-08-10 Short vs Kramnik, 2010 (replies)
peabody88: <<I play the Fred>: Did Kramnik let Short off the hook in allowing the knight exchange?> Exactly my feeling.
   Nov-23-10 The World vs N Pogonina, 2010 (replies)
peabody88: Changing to Rxa8 now. Thanks to all the team for the hard work on this line and on all the other ones.
   Nov-02-10 Carlsen vs Topalov, 2010 (replies)
peabody88: <bezzazz: 29. d5 automatically wins material or not?> No, 29... Ne5 attacking the Queen gives time for a Bishop retreat.
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