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Member since May-12-05 · Last seen Mar-27-07
I'm a novice club player, and I will probably stay as such for a while since I my visits to my club (It's in danish) are rather infrequent. My other passions include my work, family and friends.

   siilarsi has kibitzed 56 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-21-07 Nunn vs E Bhend, 1978 (replies)
siilarsi: <zugzwang> By uploading I assume you mean dowloading and installing... Do you have an antivirus program? if not then install one, update it with the latest vira info, and run it (I recommend Avira: ). Which browser are you using? internet explorer? ...
   Dec-18-06 Bledow vs K Schorn, 1839 (replies)
siilarsi: <ahmadov: ... Still, it is really embarrasing to miss a Monday puzzle. This happens for the first time with me.> Missing a monday puzzle might be embarrasing for some, but id dosen´t make you a bad chessplayer, even Kramnik, Topalov and the like miss stuff like this once in ...
   Dec-09-06 Radjabov vs Deep Junior, 2006 (replies)
siilarsi: <chessmoron: says this is annotated by Radjabov himself. I doubt it. More like computer analysis.> And what is this difference between the given analysis and "normal" human analysis?
   Dec-08-06 Chiburdanidze vs T Zatulovskaya, 1976 (replies)
siilarsi: An instructive game, I think that 11. Ne4 deserves an exlamation mark. Beautifully punished by white.
   Nov-30-06 M Lowcki vs Tartakower, 1937 (replies)
siilarsi: <Confuse: <suenteus po 147> well I only saw Qb6+, then Qb5. didn't imagine the creative response from white... Kh1! so if you saw past that, then ur above me :> I think Kh1, after the queen check, is forced. I was looking at 31: ... Qc5+ 32. Kh1 Qb4 (thinking that ...
   Nov-28-06 D Kosic vs S Cvetkovic, 1994 (replies)
siilarsi: <Phony Benoni: Considered ...Bxg2, but there's a little problem with that move.> A potential monday puzzle with white to play and win after 39: ...Bxg2 A blunder in the same category as Kramniks yesterday ;)
   Nov-25-06 Kramnik vs Deep Fritz, 2006 (replies)
siilarsi: <Sneaky: <isn´t that a bit far fetched?> Far fetched that a company spending millions of dollars on PR would want some insurance that it doesn't backfire in their face, > I assume the company which you you mention is Chessbase, and the PR is the match itself, surely ...
   Nov-23-06 T Hillarp Persson vs J Blas Correa, 2006 (replies)
siilarsi: <As blunders go, this one is fairly understandable;> It´s often easier to understand blunders than it is to understand good moves, anyway I´m not the next WCC (or Rybka), so at least it seems to me. Chess too me is all about blunders and mistakes, and explointing/avoiding ...
   Nov-23-06 Phony Benoni chessforum (replies)
siilarsi: You have by far the funniest biography I have read on, but maybe I have just been drinking too much coffee, which would make it the coffee talking, and coffee while delicious and nutrious have been proven to lack common sense.
   Nov-17-06 D Mayers vs F Rivola, 2001 (replies)
siilarsi: Oh and now I see that 5: ... c5 was played in this game. Sorry about that...
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