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Member since Sep-21-09 · Last seen Jun-11-11
I play chess online and a little otb.

   shuttlechess92 has kibitzed 6 times to chessgames  
   Mar-14-11 T Hillarp Persson vs Giri, 2010
shuttlechess92: Brilliant
   Dec-29-09 M Isgandarov vs Naroditsky, 2007
shuttlechess92: 12.. Bxg4! is a pretty shot that reminds us how critical move orders can be in the super sharp english attack.
   Dec-20-09 Gelfand vs L B Hansen, 1993 (replies)
shuttlechess92: I think that it should be 1-0, as stated in the book How Chess Games are Won and Lost. besides - after 67... Rb8 68. Ka6, and Rc8, black's toast.
   Dec-17-09 Ni Hua vs R Palliser, 2001
shuttlechess92: move 29 Rhe1 black to play Rxa3! and white is destroyed on the all the focal points around his king.
   Dec-17-09 R Cannon vs R Palliser, 2006
shuttlechess92: Love the thematic tactics. 17... Rxc3! foils white's plan of 18.Na4, Nb6, etc. 23...e4! 24. ...f4! is actually a King's Indian pawn sacrifice which gives black full control of the dark squares. This allows Black to fully utilize his "unique" dark bishop. great game. ...
   Nov-25-09 S Homa vs Shankland, 2009
shuttlechess92: 23...b3! was a creative pawn sacrifice that activated all of black's pieces.
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