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Member since Jun-30-11 · Last seen Feb-15-17
Hello, i've been a member of this community for awhile but have just recently started becoming involved in providing my own kibitz here.

I am a tactical-heavy player who sees beauty in attacking chess. You can find my handle PromoteToKing on both and FICS, even though I am ranked probably around 1600, my seeks are usually set for opponents 200+ points above myself.

Thank you for your time.

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   PromoteToKing has kibitzed 10 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Sep-17-13 Eljanov vs Karjakin, 2013 (replies)
PromoteToKing: Great attack from Elijanov, the Queen and Knight posted on g5/h6 respectively almost seems like an amateurish attempt for a mate. However Karjakin did not see the threats that would come about with 21. Bd5 where 22. Qxg6+ will soon follow.
   Sep-17-13 Le Quang Liem vs Grischuk, 2013 (replies)
PromoteToKing: Nice endgame play from both. Black prevent's White from trading rooks, while White keeps his Rook very active, harassing the Black King. @ Sastre, that would've been an exciting way to force the draw
   Sep-17-13 Dreev vs D Andreikin, 2013 (replies)
PromoteToKing: Great play from Andreikin, utilizing the strength of his Rooks & Bishop to totally hamper the White Queen's mobility, while creating a deadly attack on the K side. Notice how White's Rook only moved one time during the entire game (2 if you count castling).
   Sep-07-13 A Korobov vs Jobava, 2013
PromoteToKing: Surely this endgame shouldn't have turned out like this. Despite having 4P to White's 5P, Black being the exchange up, should certainly win this game.
   Sep-05-13 Mamedyarov vs M Matlakov, 2013
PromoteToKing: Another fierce attack for Mamedyarov. With both bishops staring down the king's position at move 8, you can tell he has something sinister prepared.
   Sep-04-13 Eljanov vs Jakovenko, 2013 (replies)
PromoteToKing: Lovely endgame play from Elijanov. Very instructive lesson on how to consolidate slowly consolidate your pieces when faced by a harassing queen
   Aug-30-13 I Popov vs M Ragger, 2013 (replies)
PromoteToKing: 2 losses aren't better than 1 loss 2 injuries aren't better than 1 injury 2 blunders aren't better than 1 blunder.
   Aug-30-13 P Darini vs D Andreikin, 2013 (replies)
PromoteToKing: After 45. Rd2 will follow 45...Re1+ 46. Kg2 47. Rg1+ and Black wins the Queen.
   Aug-29-13 Yifan Hou vs Shirov, 2013
PromoteToKing: Also in addition to Karpova's variation, it's also important to note that in the case of 38. Rxf5 which seems to renew the threat of perpetual check, black will continue with 38...Qxf2+ 39. Kh3 (avoiding any checks for the moment) and now instead of 39...gxf5?? allowing ...
   Aug-21-13 Kramnik vs G Bwalya, 2013
PromoteToKing: Hello, Isilimela. In the final position, Kramnik's advantadge is overwhelming. Some ways the game might end if black were to continue would be: A) 31...Nh5(to try and trade rooks and create some sort of space for future maneuvers) 32. Nf7+ Rxf7 and white should win easily ...
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