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Member since Jul-12-06 · Last seen May-20-10
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   EdgeFor15 has kibitzed 18 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-05-10 Illya Nyzhnyk (replies)
EdgeFor15: If he had one more nik or nyk in his name, he would resemble Nyuk Nyuk Nyuk.
   Jan-29-10 L Lovik vs F Vallejo Pons, 2010 (replies)
EdgeFor15: Lasse getting smashed.
   Jan-24-10 D Howell vs Nyback, 2010 (replies)
EdgeFor15: Clap clap Nyb├Ąck. What a performance. Marvellous knight maneuvres Nb8-c6-e5-g4-e5-c6-a5 and Ng8-e7-c6-xd4 letting white take center with cxd4. Impressive queen handling Qd8-f6-g6-f6-d8 as well. Can anyone count how many tempos he lost?
   Dec-08-09 London Chess Classic (2009) (replies)
EdgeFor15: "Klasik" is just fine. Alisha Klass is also just fine.
   Oct-07-09 Svidler vs Nakamura, 2009 (replies)
EdgeFor15: It looks quite hard to plan something for black after 15 b3. Almost any move available seems to weaken his position more or less.
   Aug-20-09 Vaganian vs Gligoric, 1978
EdgeFor15: So ladies. Are you more into Gligorical on Vaganial stuff?
   Aug-18-09 Van Wely vs Short, 2009 (replies)
EdgeFor15: What is with this Short guy? Wins after wins.
   Aug-16-09 Y Drozdovskij vs K Tikkanen, 2009 (replies)
EdgeFor15: Finns do this kind of embarassing things in all possible games. Once we scored three own goals against Russia in a football game. In another occasion an own goal by us at the last minute prevented us from advancing to WC (or was it EC?) games. Two times we have been leading Sweden
   Aug-11-09 Irving Chernev (replies)
EdgeFor15: Another quote of the day. "Every chessmaster was once a beginner" That isn't much of a quote, have to say.
   Aug-01-09 Anand vs Aronian, 2009 (replies)
EdgeFor15: This is huge game by black, I think. In my opinion Qb3 and Qf3 are somewhat waste of time in these sort of positions. In this game white plays both Qf3 and Qb3. The humble Qe2 is possibly the strongest queen move in the opening. 16... Bxc3 is quite a move. Black gives up his ...
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