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Brian Watson
Member since May-31-03 · Last seen Oct-04-05
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   Brian Watson has kibitzed 231 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-04-05 A J Goldsby (replies)
Brian Watson: <hangingenprise> <<brian Watson> something of an admission: exposing you for what you are. <hayton3> pants down: exposing LMAJ for what he is. Does that help you brian?> I can just picture you -- fatuously oblivious of your illiteracy -- smirking at what
   Sep-11-05 E Tate vs Shulman, 2001 (replies)
Brian Watson: <sam> <32.h5 Be8 33.Qg4 Bd7 34.Qg6> ..Rc6, threatening ..d5, and if 35.Bd5 then of course the thematic Nxb3.
   Sep-09-05 Kotronias vs R Djurhuus, 1995 (replies)
Brian Watson: (That was a joke).
   Sep-08-05 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
Brian Watson: <acirce> <Fact is that the Iraqi resistance is saving lives on a mass scale by keeping the US busy in Iraq. If the occupiers had managed to stabilize the situation, who knows what country they might have been bombing right as we speak.> Patience, we will get to ...
   Sep-08-05 B P Watson vs A J Goldsby, 2003 (replies)
Brian Watson: How could I resist kibitzing this game, but I'm not the player in question -- though I might have been more tempted to take credit if white had won ;) Mr Goldsby could give you a more intelligent answer (I'm unrated), but my opinion FWIW is 25.Rfd1 a4 26.Na1 Qc4. After white ...
   Sep-07-05 Deep Blue vs Kasparov, 1997 (replies)
Brian Watson: What I find most suspicious is Deep Blue's refusal to submit a urine sample. What was he trying to hide?
   Sep-05-05 E Najer vs Landa, 2003 (replies)
Brian Watson: <What do you guys think of 9. O-O?> Complicated!!
   Sep-05-05 B Galstian vs A Anastasian, 2005 (replies)
Brian Watson: <anasthesia> Relax, it's just a little joke. You're beating a dead horse, that's all. 16.Bxh6 was a mistake, outright. It wasn't forced (your suggested 16.Bxe5 Rxf3?? doesn't work). Simply 16.Bxe5 Nxe5 17.Nxe5 d5 18.Ng6 is probably fine for white. 17.Bxg7 might be an ...
   Sep-03-05 Polgar vs Knaak, 1990 (replies)
Brian Watson: I think this was the first Polgar game I ever saw, in some chess column I guess.
   Sep-03-05 Polgar vs Bareev, 1996 (replies)
Brian Watson: Has <Jonber> left permanently? Haven't looked at this for a long time.. After 27..Qd5, black's rook is still hemmed in and white still has a space advantage. Doesn't there have to be a way for white to win?
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