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Member since May-20-04 · Last seen Jul-14-06
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   error has kibitzed 33 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-13-06 Znosko-Borovsky vs Chigorin, 1902 (replies)
error: You're right Honza. The game has been deleted from the collection. Thanks!
   Apr-25-06 E Glass vs F Igel, 1928 (replies)
error: Where's the win?
   Apr-12-06 Euwe vs A Chepurnov, 1924 (replies)
error: I could be missing something, but I don't see anything better than 35.Bxd2. The move 35.Kh3 Qf1+ loses, and 35.Kg3 Qg1+ 36.Kf4 Qc1! threatens a powerful discovered check. So where is the hidden combination?
   Feb-24-06 Lasker vs R L Sze, 1911 (replies)
error: <who> If you really want to see Lasker being crushed in a serious game, check H Caro vs Lasker, 1890
   Dec-29-05 G Minchev vs V Velev, 1994 (replies)
error: Isn't 13Bxd6 14.fxg6 Bg3+ 15.Kd1 hxg6 better for Black? Returns the piece, but gains more air and equals the position.
   Dec-20-05 Amos Burn (replies)
error: It would be great to have a photo of Burn with his large beard in this site.
   Nov-01-05 Sam Loyd (replies)
error: It would be interesting to look that four-move problem "little footsteps" published by the "Mirror of American Sports" in 1885. Does anybody have it?
   Sep-26-05 Gunsberg vs NN, 1879 (replies)
error: I just noted this is probably the longest mate I've ever seen given by a bishop. Of course it can be even longer it the bishop was at the square "a1". Anybody knows such a case?
   Sep-15-05 Schlechter vs H Wolf, 1904 (replies)
error: <Sneaky>, your Game Collection: Underpromotions is great, but in this particular game I think White is not escaping from perpetual check. Instead, I suggest you to change the note to: "Take the Knight to avoid getting mated!"
   Sep-09-05 Ivanchuk vs Yusupov, 1991 (replies)
error: All right <euripides>, I think your continuation looks good for Black. So, 34.Bxf4 apparently was the best move. But I don't think the same about 36.Rab1? If White played instead 36.Rdb1 Ne4 37.Ke1 Qg1+ 38.Bf1 Qf2+ 39.Kd1 Qxf1+ 40.Kc2 Qxe2+ 41.Kb3 leads to a similar position but
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