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Solid DD
Member since Nov-12-06 · Last seen Dec-02-08
Hello to you. I am an unrated player from Malaysia.
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   Solid DD has kibitzed 8 times to chessgames  
   Oct-20-08 T Giorgadze vs Petrosian, 1956
 
Solid DD: Did Petrosian miss a tactical opportunity on move 41. to simplify into a winning ending or is the outside passed pawn that dangerous? Seems like 41. ... Ng4+ 42. Kg1/h1 Rxg2 43. Kxg2 Ne3+ 44. Kg1 Nxf1 45. Kxf1 Qxh3+ and etc. wins
 
   Sep-08-08 Jansa vs Smejkal, 1969 (replies)
 
Solid DD: To Once, Thanks for clearing that up. I found that shortly after I posted. To ToTheKings, That was in response to Confuse's question on what happens if White played 34. Rd2
 
   Dec-31-07 Caro-Kann (B10) (replies)
 
Solid DD: Hi all, I've been thinking of playing the Caro-Kann lately as it looks quite easy to play and very hard to go wrong. I've played some online games lately and found it much to my liking. Here's a recent game I played. Comments and analysis much appreciated. Online game, 25m+0 1. ...
 
   Jan-13-07 Sicilian, Najdorf, Opocensky Variation (B92) (replies)
 
Solid DD: <gambitfan> the classical sicilian is listed under <Sicilian-Richter-Rauser>. Hope that helps.
 
   Jan-13-07 Y Shulman vs The World, 2007 (replies)
 
Solid DD: Hello everyone. I'm kind of new here so this'll be my first CC game. I vote for 1... Nf6 and aim for a NID/KID/GID. If he avoid the nimzo with Nf3, maybe we can play a benoni.
 
   Nov-29-06 F Blatny vs V Olexa, 1954 (replies)
 
Solid DD: I'm guessing Black resigned because he/she cannot prevent the promotion of the c-pawn. Not without making sacrifices at least.
 
   Nov-19-06 Sicilian, Taimanov (Bastrikov) Variation (B47) (replies)
 
Solid DD: Hello all, I'm been thinking of purchasing The Safest Sicilian by Alexander Delchev and Semko Semkov which is based on this repeitore. Can anyone here who has this book give any comments about it?
 
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