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reprizent
Member since Jan-07-05 · Last seen Jun-03-06
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   reprizent has kibitzed 11 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-17-05 Gong Qianyun vs Sun Furong, 2001 (replies)
 
reprizent: What a sudden turn of the situation !! I didn't look at the result and followed the whole game ... I was looking when and where white would hit the final punch ... aaaaand BOOOOM: almost from nowhere, black takes the advantage and it's so fast! I think white has cried after this
 
   May-02-05 Sadler vs Hebden, 1988 (replies)
 
reprizent: 26. fxg6 seemed the best "solution" for black indeed. BU t I think the threat with Nf6 was always there. I will have to see all possibilities to judge if black has a chance to escape.
 
   May-02-05 K Bayer vs Falkbeer, 1852 (replies)
 
reprizent: It's a classical, but it's still beautifull!
 
   Apr-30-05 Kavalek vs Matulovic, 1966 (replies)
 
reprizent: Incredible! White starts the pressure from the 14th move! From that moment, every piece is well-disposed to destroy black.
 
   Apr-22-05 Tal vs Suetin, 1969 (replies)
 
reprizent: Damn, Tal is a serial killer! lol
 
   Apr-13-05 D D van Geet vs Guyt, 1967 (replies)
 
reprizent: This attack iz za booomb :)
 
   Apr-09-05 L Stumpers vs Euwe, 1946 (replies)
 
reprizent: <Calli> and <John Doe> The whole attack was complicated! There were soooo many possibilities and Max can't think simple I think :) Personnally, I wouldn't have let my Queen threaten like this so long.
 
   Apr-03-05 Keene vs Robatsch, 1971 (replies)
 
reprizent: Incredible, the attack comes almost from nowhere ! You have an interesting style, Mr Keene!
 
   Mar-30-05 Keene vs Briant, 1988 (replies)
 
reprizent: <cjhasbrouck> 25. Bxf8 doesn't lead to mate because 25...Kxf8 Now if Qh8+, then 26. Ng8 or if 26. Qh7, then 26...Be8. Also with 25.Bxf8 25...Kxf8, if Nh7+ then follows Kg7 and that's the end of the attack. There is another solution I've seen: 25. Nh7 Possibility1: 25... ...
 
   Mar-17-05 I Rogers vs Huebner, 1988 (replies)
 
reprizent: I do not totally agree ... I think black didn't defend good, cuz 37...Qd2 was the best move for black instead of 37...Qe5(?!) Playing Qd2 put a pressure on white's rook on e1 and threat mate at the same time. White wouldn't win easily like this... even if 38. Qxb7, white's mate ...
 
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