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Member since May-27-03 · Last seen May-25-15
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   pedroska has kibitzed 12 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-15-03 S Cacho Reigadas vs J M Gomez Esteban, 2001 (replies)
pedroska: That makes much more sense, as: 75.Kc6 h2 76.Nd6#
   Sep-11-03 T Helin vs J Kiltti, 1996 (replies)
pedroska: <everyone> Yeah ... I never play the Giouco as white so I got dragged by the Q sac. It appears to be pretty standard knowledge that I did not have. Anyway I am now convinced that 9. Nxg5 is no good. That is ... the problem started much earlier for white (all the previous ...
   Sep-11-03 Queen's Indian (E12) (replies)
pedroska: Acceptable ? Probably yes. But much less effective, as after: 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nc3 b6 White has the option to play 4. e4 So it seems that b6 did not do enough. I believe modern opening theory recommends plaing a Nimzo-Indian in this scenario: 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. ...
   Aug-25-03 Fischer vs T Hartwell, 1964 (replies)
pedroska: <patzer2> Sure, Bb2 is not playable, that's why Qe5+ is strong. Also, you are right. A simul is just a simul.
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