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Member since Aug-27-03 · Last seen Feb-24-20
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   M3ANDROS has kibitzed 17 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-06-19 Fischer vs Najdorf, 1962 (replies)
M3ANDROS: Can we appreciate for a hot second the star of the show == the knight at f5? It's a beast!
   Jun-04-19 A Pomar Salamanca vs M Johansson Sr, 1966 (replies)
M3ANDROS: Am I missing something here? I only see the position up to move 13. I can't see the rest of the game...
   May-31-19 Waitzkin vs Blatny, 1997
M3ANDROS: Just saw a wonderful game analysis by Josh Waitzkin on YouTube. Check it out! Excellent game by Josh!
   Mar-26-13 Petrovsky
M3ANDROS: That's what I want to know, too. Single name, too. :)
   Feb-12-13 S Pavlov vs I Ibragimov, 2013 (replies)
M3ANDROS: I don't get it!? What's wrong with playing the immediate 23..Ng3+ forking the queen and winning the game immediately!? I wouldn't have played 23..Rxc4. Can someone please explain? :)
   Oct-11-12 A Liang vs Kaufman, 2012 (replies)
M3ANDROS: Great game by a precocious little one. Instead of the text, Awonder missed a simple mate in 2 with -- 36. Qe6+ Kf8 37. Qe8#!
   Oct-08-12 Carlsen vs Caruana, 2012 (replies)
M3ANDROS: The position reached at move 61 is almost virtually identical to this classic! Fischer vs Keres, 1959 In Fischer v. Keres, the position came at the 81st move.
   Oct-03-12 Gelfand vs Kasimdzhanov, 2012 (replies)
M3ANDROS: Poor Rustam - he fell into a Gelfand mating net. Second time he's done it in this tournament. The first time it was in Round 2 with Nakamura's 60. Rd2+ with mate to follow: Kasimdzhanov vs Nakamura, 2012
   Oct-22-11 Kramnik vs Polgar, 2011 (replies)
M3ANDROS: Someone with a powerful machine announced mate in 45 moves from the final position! "The engine has found an absolutely certain way to force a mate in 45 moves, at the very latest. It does not necessarily mean that this is the shortest possible mate (as in a chess problem)." ...
   Sep-18-11 Fischer vs Reshevsky, 1958 (replies)
M3ANDROS: @Paraconti: the game you refer to is this one: Ivanchuk vs Kasparov, 1994 Great game, especially 11. Bh6! was a killer by Ivanchuk!
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