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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 dosenīt make you a bad chessplayer, even Kramnik, Topalov and the like miss stuff like this once in a
   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: <isnīt 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 the
   Nov-23-06 T Hillarp Persson vs J Blas Correa, 2006 (replies)
siilarsi: <As blunders go, this one is fairly understandable;> Itīs often easier to understand blunders than it is to understand good moves, anyway Iīm 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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