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Member since Sep-13-05 · Last seen Sep-22-06
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   vmur2000 has kibitzed 151 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-19-06 B Kreiman vs L Christiansen, 2002 (replies)
vmur2000: @EmperorAtahualpa O Henry is a famous author known for twists in the tale at the end.(in the last line many times)
   Aug-17-06 Blackburne vs A G Howard, 1862 (replies)
vmur2000: I tried every logical continuation for white but found that there is no attack even thru any kind of preventing loss of exchange and imm b4 struck out in seconds!I think the theme for this week shd be "white/black to play and surive"
   May-23-06 Quinteros vs Tukmakov, 1973 (replies)
vmur2000: If there was not a pawn on e4 then I think black escapes this mate atleast
   May-19-06 G Borg vs A Kunte, 2000 (replies)
vmur2000: Why not N*e4 instead of f*e4?
   May-12-06 O Bernstein vs Salwe, 1907 (replies)
vmur2000: ok got it myself.The Bishop escapes after white plays f4.Hmm.
   May-09-06 Bronstein vs Shamkovich, 1961 (replies)
vmur2000: Rh8!! looks most appropriate.There is no place for emotion in chess.
   May-08-06 Keene vs Timman, 1974 (replies)
vmur2000: Mr Ray keene.I really like all your games.Your annotations seem down to earth and not scary.There is a such a note of sincerity to explain to the viewer about your motives.Thanks a lot and continue to guide us.
   Feb-28-06 Vasiukov vs V Hora, 1965 (replies)
vmur2000: Boring game.Black just played aimlessly
   Feb-11-06 Smyslov vs J Rubinetti, 1970 (replies)
vmur2000: I dont think the move played was a combination.If Black plays a1Q then e6 R*a1 is forced and it is a draw according to Junior because e6 simply loses owing to R*a1 Q*c3 e6 Q*d4+ .
   Feb-06-06 A Niedermayer vs P Haba, 1996 (replies)
vmur2000: Easy one!Well said sneaky
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