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   tomfoolery has kibitzed 11 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-06-09 Loek van Wely (replies)
tomfoolery: How tall is Van Wely, heightwise?
   Jul-26-08 A Sokolov vs McShane, 2002 (replies)
tomfoolery: Why not 18. f3?
   Jul-25-08 Karpov vs Kasparov, 1986 (replies)
tomfoolery: And additionally, computers just don't play the same chess humans do. Unless Rybka disagrees tactically, it's not always right.
   Jul-25-08 Vidmar vs Maroczy, 1932 (replies)
tomfoolery: Surely it wasn't a draw when the endgame started. There are only a very few collection of three pawns up positions that are drawn. Surely White can push his d-pawn somewhere.
   Jul-24-08 Bacrot vs E Inarkiev, 2008 (replies)
tomfoolery: <notyetagm> No offense intended, but what was the point of that? It was a simple blunder, and not any interesting move in chess.
   Jul-18-08 Raymond Keene (replies)
tomfoolery: How did you become a grandmaster? Was it simply a case of cracking open many a book?
   Jul-18-08 Petrosian vs Fischer, 1970 (replies)
tomfoolery: I assume that this being 1970 this wasn't a rapid match?
   Jul-12-08 Geller vs Keres, 1951 (replies)
tomfoolery: <AdrianP> I'm suprised Geller didn't play that immediately. The gaping hole on f5 is a big clue.
   Jul-11-08 Alekhine vs Foltys, 1936 (replies)
tomfoolery: There's absolutely no way the rook endgame after move 35 is lost for black.
   Jul-11-08 Spassky vs Kholmov, 1971 (replies)
tomfoolery: If black wants to avoid immediate demise 19...Kh8 looks in order, I'm analyzing without a chess computer and thus may miss some fairly obvious tactics, but white seems to be hard pressed to find anything other than 20. Qh6 f6 21. Bxf6 Nf7. 22. Qf4 loses a piece because there ...
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