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Member since Feb-02-05 · Last seen May-09-17
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   safar has kibitzed 74 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-14-17 P Mutesi vs Amen Miladi, 2016 (replies)
safar: Watch the movie! It is wonderful! The story, the African background and culture, and the innocence of the children.
   Dec-02-16 Carlsen - Karjakin World Championship Match (2016) (replies)
safar: When was the last time a world championship match had a queen sacrifice?
   Mar-28-16 World Championship Candidates (2016) (replies)
safar: Well done Karjakin. One full point ahead of the crowd. But he will have to play a lot better to beat Carlsen.
   Jun-21-11 Bazna King's Tournament (2011) (replies)
safar: Carlsen-Karjakin is a draw, so they tie for first place. What is the tie break?
   Dec-02-10 Alekhine vs W N Dinger, 1933 (replies)
safar: Actually after 29...Kf7, 30. Nd6+ nets teh rook. On 29...Kf8 30. Nxe7 Rxe7 31. Rxd8 wins a piece.
   Oct-28-10 Nanjing Pearl Spring Tournament (2010) (replies)
safar: Draw!
   Jan-30-10 Corus Group A (2010) (replies)
safar: Nakamura-Caruana 1/2-1/2 but they went right to the end!
   Jan-19-10 Capablanca vs Bogoljubov, 1924 (replies)
safar: I remember an incident quoted in an article in "Capablanca's Greatest Chess Games" by Horowitz I think, where a group of players were analysing an endgame. Capablanca happened to walk past and the players sought his input. Capa did not analyse the position or suggest moves. He just ...
   Nov-26-08 Robert James Fischer (replies)
safar: The arguments regarding who was the greatest will go on forever, but the list must contain Kasparov, Fischer, Capablanca. Of these, one can probably count out Capablanca for the moment. Between any of the Russians and Fischer I would rate Fischer as better, because the Russians had a ...
   Nov-24-08 Shirov vs Topalov, 2008 (replies)
safar: In the final position black is lost after 38.Rh7.
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