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Erdkunde
Member since Oct-10-07 · Last seen Dec-27-07
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   Erdkunde has kibitzed 26 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Nov-11-07 I Ivanov vs V Mezentsev, 2000 (replies)
 
Erdkunde: Wow. Thrust and parry, punch and counterpunch. Impossible to predict who would win at any stage of the game.
 
   Nov-11-07 Rozentalis vs Dokhoian, 1986 (replies)
 
Erdkunde: Extraordinary, un-obvious tactics especially for a position lacking those devious horses.
 
   Nov-10-07 Geller vs Ree, 1969 (replies)
 
Erdkunde: 19. Bxf7+! is a very nifty little tactical shot.
 
   Nov-08-07 Topalov vs Polgar, 1994 (replies)
 
Erdkunde: what's going on! lol
 
   Nov-08-07 Korchnoi vs Averbakh, 1959 (replies)
 
Erdkunde: Definitely easier than the average Thursday puzzle. Black pulls off a win with a nice little tactic after surviving White's attack and losing only a pawn. Good defensive and counterattacking play - Averbakh comes back from the brink in what looks like one of Korchnoi's own "cheap ...
 
   Nov-05-07 Steinitz vs J Minckwitz, 1870 (replies)
 
Erdkunde: Deleting one's posts so that it looks like someone is posting to themselves is a very childish way to "win" a debate...
 
   Oct-15-07 Karpov vs Beliavsky, 1994 (replies)
 
Erdkunde: I assume that if 14. ...e5 then 15. Bxf6 e4 (15. ...B or gxf6 16. Ng5 threatening the Queen and mate) 17. Qxd4 Qxd4 18. Bxd4 exf3 19. Bxf3 wins a pawn?
 
   Oct-15-07 Krogius vs Smyslov, 1967 (replies)
 
Erdkunde: Smyslov seems to have a fondness for sacrificing his Queen.
 
   Oct-15-07 Fischer vs Tal, 1960 (replies)
 
Erdkunde: I guess if 19. Kxf1 Rxh2 then 20. Nxc7 Rxh7 wins a piece by virtue of the Rh1+ threat, while if the White Queen goes to g7 or f7 then the complications following 20. ...Rh1+ lead to either mate or the loss of a piece for White.
 
   Oct-15-07 Znosko-Borovsky vs Salwe, 1907 (replies)
 
Erdkunde: Agreed, <themindset>. You only have 7 legal moves, so at the very least you could find it by brute force.
 
   Oct-14-07 Aronin vs Kantarovich, 1960 (replies)
   Oct-14-07 Smyslov vs I Rudakovsky, 1945 (replies)
   Oct-14-07 Reshevsky vs Fischer, 1965 (replies)
   Oct-14-07 Tarrasch vs E Thorold, 1890 (replies)
   Oct-14-07 Portisch vs Taimanov, 1959 (replies)
   Oct-14-07 Allies vs Nimzowitsch, 1921 (replies)
   Oct-13-07 K Treybal vs Nimzowitsch, 1923 (replies)
   Oct-13-07 Nyzhnyk vs S Kovacevic, 2005 (replies)
   Oct-12-07 M Gurevich vs Short, 1990 (replies)
   Oct-12-07 Alekhine vs Tartakower, 1927 (replies)
   Oct-11-07 Alekhine vs Capablanca, 1924 (replies)
   Oct-11-07 Petrosian vs I Pogrebissky, 1949 (replies)
   Oct-11-07 Peter Hugh Clarke (replies)
   Oct-11-07 Kick Langeweg (replies)
   Oct-11-07 Deep Fritz vs Kramnik, 2006 (replies)
   Oct-10-07 P F van Hoorn vs Euwe, 1927 (replies)
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