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Poisonpawns
Member since Oct-09-04 · Last seen Oct-12-21
U1800 N.Y.S Chess Champ 2004 5.5/6 undefeated
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   Poisonpawns has kibitzed 1875 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-26-21 Wojtkiewicz vs Shabalov, 1994
 
Poisonpawns: looks like a fixed game
 
   Sep-01-21 Adorjan vs Larsen, 1977
 
Poisonpawns: Great stuff by Larsen. Those knights; looking so dismal on the back rank sprang to life and became the heroes of the game. Im thinking white can improve with 34.Bd5 and try to take the fight to black while his pieces are still some what uncoordinated, besides white is also down ...
 
   Aug-25-21 Vladimir A Muratov
 
Poisonpawns: Anyone have a photo of this guy? Im annotating his game against Krasenkov in 1988 USSR CH
 
   Aug-24-21 Krasenkow vs V Muratov, 1988
 
Poisonpawns: Immortal sacrifice from Krasenkov and can be found in Polgar`s Middlegames chess tome. Blacks best chance is to play 28..Kf8 but white is still better in the resulting ending
 
   Aug-11-21 I Bukavshin vs Rapport, 2015
 
Poisonpawns: Looks like a game between 2 engines for sure. Black had chances to draw with 23..Rf5 and 26..Rfe8 After 26..Qd4 White takes control for good.
 
   Aug-11-21 Ivan Bukavshin
 
Poisonpawns: His death was quite suspect. He was either poisoned or he overdosed. He had 4X normal amount of no-spa in his system. This is what caused the "Stroke"
 
   Jul-03-21 C Peptan vs Ashley, 1998
 
Poisonpawns: Good Ending by Maurice
 
   Jul-03-21 Kraai vs Yermolinsky, 2005
 
Poisonpawns: Jesse Kraai`s analysis of this game https://youtu.be/hqaQ6DZ-M_Q
 
   Apr-10-21 Anand vs R Hess, 2018
 
Poisonpawns: @move its a 52.. Tablebase draw
 
   Apr-10-21 Korchnoi vs Huebner, 1971 (replies)
 
Poisonpawns: Questions:Korchnoi could win a piece with 28.Rf1; why did he not play it? Why did Huebner play 25..Re8?! instead of the natural 25..Rf8. The idea of Bf8-Be7-Bd8 etc getting the bishop in the game takes so much time; its not worth leaving the rook on e8.
 
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