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Martha Stewart
Member since May-11-09 · Last seen Mar-08-22
I enjoy decorating, cooking, and insider trading.

   Martha Stewart has kibitzed 24 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-08-22 P Papp vs M Lomineishvili, 2010 (replies)
 
Martha Stewart: "Maia's Papp Smear"
 
   Apr-24-19 Gelfand vs Karpov, 1994 (replies)
 
Martha Stewart: This is one of those humbling games for me. I don't have the cerebral capacity to understand half of the moves. I'm going to quit and go back to checkers.
 
   Nov-14-18 P Pcola vs P Pal, 2000
 
Martha Stewart: can't comprehend cockamamie correspondence correctly
 
   Sep-13-17 So vs Bluebaum, 2017 (replies)
 
Martha Stewart: The only place for his queen to go is to h6, and then he is down a knight on the subsequent exchange.
 
   Feb-12-13 Valerie Vette vs C Chaude de Silans, 1996
 
Martha Stewart: Very typical of men comments.
 
   Oct-10-12 J Visockis vs R Lindblom, 2012 (replies)
 
Martha Stewart: This would be a good Monday puzzle from at move 40. (or a good Thursday puzzle from 39.)
 
   Aug-13-12 R Gerber vs K Spraggett, 2012 (replies)
 
Martha Stewart: I've never played in a tournament, just computers and online. But I've looked through this tournament and see several games that were draws very early on in the game. It seems to me that they could be played out a bit further, try to draw the opponent into making an error in ...
 
   Jun-26-12 D Drozdova vs I Ivakhinova, 2012
 
Martha Stewart: "Someone's Inna kitchen with Dina." Nice game.
 
   Dec-08-11 Plaskett vs B Neuenschwander, 1978
 
Martha Stewart: I just don't understand how he could Beat Neuenschwander.
 
   Aug-29-11 Janosevic vs A T Arnason, 1978 (replies)
 
Martha Stewart: It's understandable. 1.e4 can be very daunting. In terms of pieces, they're even, but white is now much further ahead in terms of development. Maybe Arnason had a long day of games ahead of him, and wanted to save his energy for less aggressive openings.
 
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