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Member since Apr-14-05 · Last seen Dec-13-07
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   shinesaza has kibitzed 19 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-05-05 Kaido Kulaots (replies)
shinesaza: Strong player, he plays in a finnish team JyS also. Some of these strong estonians play in finnish club teams, which is very nice.
   Oct-28-05 Miikka Maki-Uuro
shinesaza: Hehee :) Yeah his name is even more finnish if written correctly: in the word Maki there is "a with 2 dots" (Mäki).
   Oct-07-05 Bacrot vs E Relange, 2005
shinesaza: Yeah, very nice play here! Bacrot is my favourite player nowadays.
   Jul-25-05 T Haimovich vs V Slovineanu, 2001 (replies)
shinesaza: <Richard Taylor> Well spoken! :)
   Jul-24-05 Pelletier vs Carlsen, 2005 (replies)
shinesaza: No comments on this game? =) <possible previous day scenario> Carlsen: Hmm.. should I recheck my nimzo.. naah, i'll just play some videogames. </possible previous day scenario>
   Jul-20-05 Smejkal vs Vogt, 1977 (replies)
shinesaza: I didn't find this easy at all. I actually didn't search for a mate, I tried to get something out of discovery check black can force with 42.. Bg5+. Finally found the win. Silent moves are much harder to find than some piece sacs etc. <Caissanist> (1) Took me about 10-15 ...
   Jul-17-05 Van Wely vs Topalov, 2005 (replies)
shinesaza: 2. e4 was already a mistake. Why to play against the French when you could choose 2. c4 (Van Wely is a d4-player anyway). Poor choise, probably cost him the win of this tournament.
   Jul-16-05 Botvinnik vs Euwe, 1948 (replies)
shinesaza: I solved it, but it took a while. First I thought 22. Ng6?! would work, but black can just move 22.. Rg8. Then I found 22. Qg3! and after that it was very easy to see the rest.
   Jul-14-05 Portisch vs Bronstein, 1973
shinesaza: This was a fun game :P Even I could understand what was going on.
   Jul-11-05 P H Nielsen vs Sutovsky, 2005 (replies)
shinesaza: Sutovsky defended this nicely. 12. Bxf7+ is well known theory, but it seems to favour white.
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