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stacase
Member since Oct-22-07 · Last seen Jul-05-22
I played a few tournements in the '90s and had a 1400 rating. I mostly play computers now.

Milwaukee, WI
USA


   stacase has kibitzed 1623 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-03-22 E J Gausel vs S Briem, 1996 (replies)
 
stacase: Insane? I thought it was as obvious as the north end of a south bound goat. Maybe Tuesdayish.
 
   Jun-27-22 B Starck vs D Bertholdt, 1962 (replies)
 
stacase: Good old fashioned Monday morning Queen sacrifice.
 
   Jun-14-22 E N Cooke vs A Turzo, 2001 (replies)
 
stacase: After 39...Rxh3+ White has to take the Rook or it's mate, and Black has to have noticed that if White's g2 Pawn moves, it opens it up for 40...Qf3+ and mate in short order anyway.
 
   Jun-13-22 A Ivanov vs M Taleb, 2003 (replies)
 
stacase: 27.Rxc8+ Ouch! That took about three seconds to see.
 
   Jun-11-22 W Bialas vs Uhlmann, 1951 (replies)
 
stacase: 17...Bxh2+ pops the White King out of his hidey hole like squeezing a ripe pimple. The rest is not so easy.
 
   Jun-07-22 Unzicker vs Tal, 1975 (replies)
 
stacase: When you see the opponent's King and Queen lined up, it's time to think about how to arrange an exchange in your favor. 32.Qxe5 does the trick in this case.
 
   Jun-06-22 A A Zaremba vs R Antonio, 1995 (replies)
 
stacase: One of those little homilies that appear when you post says that Bishops are best at long range support.
 
   Apr-25-22 V Gunina vs A Galliamova, 2014 (replies)
 
stacase: Setting up the discovered attack is my favorite thing to do. But when your opponent sets it up for you???
 
   Apr-21-22 J G Caetano Netto vs J Gondim, 1946 (replies)
 
stacase: Pretty easy Thursday, darn near played itself.
 
   Apr-18-22 B Katalymov vs G Ilivitsky, 1959 (replies)
 
stacase: The e5 Pawn's motor is running. How to advance to e6 and discover the attack on Black's Queen? Ha! There's a Bishop that can do the job.
 
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